ExAmpleS 10-note strinG-pair cells
quinLtuplets) eLxample, example 3 Again, we’re using the same string-pair cells as in the previous two examples, only even more notes are crammed into each bar. It may look daBunting the page (32nd but, if, as in the previous you practise targeting the note at the start of each beat (always either on thAe first finger of the fretting hand or the tapping finger of the picking hand) the internal rhythms should take care of themselves.
EELLh9ow,7ratheLr rhythmLic example 4 Here, we use a different string-pair cell that introduces one chromatic note per string. Again, physically this is quite easy to play because there are no stretches required between the middle two fingers. Note
va≠riation than spacing the notes evenly, is created by holding onto the picking-hand taps longer than all the5othe7r no8tes, for a more ear-catching effect.