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example 1 even though quintuplets are used here, you should find them features notes that are duplicated on each string (D and e notes). relatively easy to play because of the fingering layout on each string. When example 2 This example features a mixture of odd-note groupings (nine playing four notes per string it’s quite difficult to get a gap between the notes per beat, seven notes per beat) as well as straight 16th-note triplets.
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