ExAMPLE CARL VeRheYen MASteRCLASS ...CONTINUED
[Bar 32] This effect is achieved by bending up the first string so that the second string is trapped under the fretting finger with it. With the strings locked in such a way releasing the bend on the first string causes a contrary upward bend on the second string (and vice versa). Too much fun! [Bars 33-36] Another finger-twisting semiquaver phrase which uses chromatic approaches to target notes in the chord. Again, slow practice is the key so that you build up the muscle memory not only to replicate this but so you can adapt it into other musical contexts. Notice how bar 35 again uses similar material to bars 3 and 17 but now with an ending target in bar 26 of F (the root of the underlying chord).