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These are highly specialized runs that incorporate not only harmonized runs, but the shifting into higher positions that take the harmony to higher places. It’s important to understand these kinds of runs so you can experiment with others and find some new places to create new and interesting harmonies.
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Hybrid picking is what I always refer to as "pick and finger.” An extremely versatile and flexible technique, it allows you to combine the best of both worlds: flatpicking and fingerpicking together! This is great for learning the great piano-style licks of Buddy Guy, and the great pedal-steel sounds of Clarence White of the Byrds.
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Open G tuning is a very flexible open tuning and is used often in Slide guitar as well as in country blues styles. One of the most important things to keep in mind with open tunings is how the licks and chord positions are altered.
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This little guitar part packs a big punch when it comes to being able to use it in many other applications and keys. But the main reason for showing it here in A is to illustrate its versatility in that key, which allows us the open A to alternate with.
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This subject may seem just like another fingerpicking idea, but in this case, we are truly playing a lead “part” above the constant bass. Also, most of the time, we see this bass in the “shuffle” or “dotted 8th” form, whereas this exercise is based on straight 8th notes, played at a fairly rapid clip.
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