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  1. Michael
    October 1st, 2014 @ 4:42 pm

    Surtenly I am not the first who is telling you that but it must be. In the patterns above its not at all triplets that you strum but the third and fourth sixteen. Maybe you shuffle them from time to time a bit but this also makes no triplets.
    Congratulation for the rest! I do like!