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Bending two notes at a time is an art form many guitarists don't try to conquer. But in this lesson you'll see how there is really no mystery to it.
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This is yet another critical lesson for the guitarist who wants all of the tools of the trade. The suspended 4th is an important sound to begin to recognize, and it’s an important part of ear training. The positions are very different all over the neck, but their roots are, as always, based in the original open suspended 4th chord positions.
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Today I’m going to talk about combining harmonics with certain chord positions. Harmonics can be found all over the guitar, and it’s something u should experiment with when you have time.
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Let's face it, after awhile we all get tired of playing one note at a time and practicing scales all the time. This has it's merit, but in these lessons we're really getting down to the nitty-gritty of great guitar playing.
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This is a style and sound I first encountered while following the great Clarence White of The Byrds in the mid-to late ‘Sixties. Clarence, along with Gene Parsons, had invented the B-string bender. I did not realize that this was how he was getting his bending licks, so I simply started doing it with my fingers, emulating the more “mechanical” sound of the bender, and of pedal steel guitar, which is an instrument I was also starting to play at the time.
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