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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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This is a style I have always explored, but when my late, great friend Danny Gatton and I recorded “Tequila” for my eighth album, I really had a chance to stretch out with this style and learn from Danny what he chose to do within this unique technique!
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In all my years of teaching guitar, one of the most theoretical and essential lessons to learn and grasp quickly are the important differences between all the various blues notes and chords.
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Playing slide guitar in standard tuning – as opposed to an open chord tuning – is very different, and quite difficult because you have to take extra care in damping the strings. When you play slide in an open chord tuning, you always have that chord to go back to. Unfortunately, that’s not the case in standard tuning.
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This is a subject certainly worthy of its own lesson, as we now have a whole new perspective on chord work after the last few lessons on open G tuning. And open G tuning offers a lot of interesting variations in chords, especially since we now have three D notes in three different octaves, and we’re in G!
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