The History of Touchstyle -- A Two-Handed Tapping History about Playing Bass, Tapping on Guitar, and the Chapman Stick
The Spanish Guitar, a clever invention. You press a string to a fret to set its length. You strum the string to make it vibrate. The lower end of the string attaches to a hollow box, which then vibrates to make the sound loud enough to hear.
But with an electric amplifier, by tapping the string to the fret, the tiny sound can be made as loud as needed. So you don't need to use your second hand to strum.
You can now play an electric guitar or bass by tapping alone. That means that you can play with both hands simultaneously. Thus it’s been called “two-handed tapping.’ This new way to play is the revolution of the Touch-Style method. And with two hands playing, you're on the road to making twice as much music!
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