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This approach towards slide guitar is often neglected by players who want to get into it because the proper techniques are overlooked. The tilting and angling of the slide for achieving true accuracy are very important, and of course, the all-important right-hand dampening goes a long way towards achieving this sound.
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This lick from the song made popular by Howlin’ Wolf, and then later by others such as The Rolling Stones, is always a good starting point for players wanting to create a “low and high” part that is synchronized as one interesting slide piece together.
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Over the years, blues songs and their respective solos have resulted in some truly classic introductions that can really set the tone and mood for each particular song or solo. Those same unforgettable introductions can also teach us a great deal about the song or solo.
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This is a great style, and again requires a really deft right-hand technique. Many of the great funk players such as Jimmy Nolen, Cornell Dupree and Curtis Mayfield have always utilized their right hands to great percussive heights, and this is really what is at the heart of these kinds of runs.
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This is a subject near and dear to me, as I’ve been playing and teaching slide guitar now since the ’60s, and have really seen it all when it comes to this fascinating subject.
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