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Hybrid Picking Etude - Adding Leads

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Lesson Excerpt: Now let's let loose. Time for the leads! Practice the lead parts separate from the rhythm parts and then try merging them together at a reasonable pace. When you think you're ready, head on over to the next page for the backing track!

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