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00:30The Cluck or Chuck sound is a percussive sound produced by almost simultaneously striking the string with one finger and damping it with another. Almost everyone who does this has a method that works for them and it is not easy to teach. Usually it involves holding the fingers so one sticks down slightly farther than another and striking the strings sharply but not following through so that the second finger stops on the strings. It produces a click sound that can be subtle or very strong and loud.
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