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Posted:Yep yep - you can do it any which way you want - it's just all down to timing and practice
You can wrap both at the same time, one just after another - one a few beats in between then the other - Just play and see what you come up with, and how many different places you can wrap it on - Current number I believe is 78
If you're doing simulaeneous wraps (i.e. both at the same time) you often need to turn your wrists back on themselves to ensure they both wrap....
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Posted:meh i never understood any of the stuff they tell me in the wraps section of this site, stick with the vids n the wraps.. ude be surprised how many wraps u can do. but the brst way ull learn is by screwing around and try to understand what u do )