Here’s the final section from my youtube video “Tapping Arpeggios with Pachelbel’s Canon“. Along with more multi-finger tapping this example features a re-ocurring ‘hammer on from nowhere’ sprinkled throughout each measure on several different strings. This involves striking a fresh string in a ‘hammer on’ fashion which should ultimately produce volume equal to the tap and pull off notes. If this technique is new to you please proceed slowly, accurately, and steadily with the beat. And as usual, practice with a metronome. As you work through the example you’ll notice triad ‘shapes’ that each hand outlines. These shapes are the various chord inversions of each subsequent chord that is outlined (chord names are placed above there corresponding measures). Enjoy!
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