|“Tomorrow Is a Long Time” with Hybrid Picking, Part 1
“Tomorrow Is a Long Time” with Hybrid Picking, Part 1
In this lesson, you’ll learn a style of “hybrid picking” in which you use your pick and oneor two fingers to imitate fingerpicking, in particular the fingerpicking patterns Bob Dylan used to play his song “Tomorrow Is a Long Time.” In essence, in hybrid picking, your flatpick will play the bass notes that a fingerpicker would play with the thumb, while you play treble notes with one or two fingers of your picking hand. Scott walks you through the technique, showing you a couple of simple patterns on C and C7 chords, and also shows you a hybrid technique in which you use your pick to play one of the treble-string notes.
"Tomorrow Is a Long Time" (Available to subscribers)