Download the free guitar tabs for this Double Stop Guitar Solo in D major here:

The main idea for this guitar solo was to use hybrid picking and double stops to create movement while improvising over a one-chord groove. During this double-stop solo, the backing track stays on the D7 chord!

One of the improvising techniques I like to use is “W.W.X.D.?” (=what would X do?), the X in this case being David Grissom. I tried emulating his use of double stops and open strings, working them into my own playing. 

Have fun with this Double Stops Guitar Solo in D major!

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