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Tass

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I was looking for some tips for the right hand fingerstyle technique and I thought maybe Ted had written something about right hand technique on the site and I came across a file called Right-hand chords but I can't understand what it is saying. What does he mean when he says 'Chords using an extra held strummed note(s) in the right hand' [confused] he also says try strumming, with the hand or a pick ? I'm sorry if this is a trivial question but I am really interested and want to know what ted means by this excersice.
I've attached the file

Appreciate any help in advance

Thank you 

 
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James

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Sometimes Ted played chords where he pressed one of the notes of the chord using the index finger of the right hand and then he strummed the chord with the pinky of the right hand.

Maybe Dan Sawyer can say more since he's mentioned on this page.
Tass

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oh that makes sense! Thank you !

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