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Robert Johnson's “Come On in My Kitchen” for Slide Guitar
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Robert Johnson's “Come On in My Kitchen” for Slide Guitar

This piece by the great Robert Johnson is one of the most identifiable slide songs and licks ever, and is an important part of slide guitar development for you. In this example, we are using open E tuning to play its classic main lick, as well as the famous slide fills it incorporates.

It involves many slide guitar techniques, as well as “literal” interpretation of the lyrics, and some really critical right-hand blocking and damping. This helps the “vocal” quality of the piece along, and helps you isolate the rhythmic parts from the more “lonesome” fills and licks that are so critical to this song. Hope you enjoy!—Arlen Roth

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Music lesson pioneer Arlen Roth is the quintessential guitarist. An accomplished and brilliant musician — and one of the very few who can honestly say he’s done it all — Roth has, over the course of his celebrated 35-year career, played on the world’s grandest stages, accompanied many of the greatest figures in modern music and revolutionized the concept of teaching guitar. Read More...

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