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Everyone loves the sweet and sultry sound of soul guitar, and these double-stop licks are what really sets this style apart from others. Throughout this lesson, the tasty double-stop approaches of Cornell Dupree, Steve Cropper, and Jimi Hendrix will be discussed, along with the proper techniques utilized with them.
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When one starts to utilize the various pentatonic scales, it becomes quite apparent that after awhile certain “outside” or “passing” notes become necessary to stretch these scales and their potential. What happens is there is a whole new array of licks and phrases that are born out of these notes being added, and the possibilities are endless.
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This technique is very Dobro-like in its sound and approach and has a great similarity to some of the licks we were doing previously in open G tuning, which means we’re using slide tilting and angling to create those great open position harmonies associated with this style.
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As I’m sure you’ve sometimes noticed, two-note positions are somewhat ambiguous and can define many different chords that share their notes. But it’s through the use of moving double-stop lines like the ones in this lesson that we can begin to understand not only the chord shapes they come from, but the chords we are moving to and from melodically as we shift positions.
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The harmonic “raking” technique is rarely shown, and it relates most to the old-time jazz styles of such greats as Tal Farlow, Joe Pass, Les Paul, and many others. I have adapted it to all types of styles, and once you know it you’ll find it a handy little technique that can be “thrown in” to many playing situations.
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