Tips: how to read old sheet music; looking at alternating thumb pattern

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This week, I touched on one of my favorite fingerstyle techniques: an alternating thumb that simulates the bass player in a band and can add some power and drive to your sound.

Also, a lot of folks get confused at the odd tunings shown on old sheet music. Here’s how to make sense of it, so you can actually play the songs!

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