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Hey guys. I've heard of glitch picking before but I have no idea what it is. Can anyone explain? It sounds like just another term for economy picking but does anybody know for sure?
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I think it refers to the articulation of muted strings, like the intro to Voodoo Chile.


Based on wat Ben Jammin said, a great example would be Iron Maiden's Phantom of the Opera. In the song they "glitch pick" a whole bunch a chords in the slow part.
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#4
Glitch picking, as described by Shane Gibson, is double picking the notes you play.
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