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Not only is the C7 chord position a very important and vital position for any guitarist, but it’s what can be done with the C7 chord that is most infinitely amazing and intriguing!
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This was one of the first blues chord “inflections” that I discovered in my formative years, listening to folks like Mike Bloomfield and T-Bone Walker. It’s very easy to imitate the sound, but it took me a while to actually discover that these slides came from 9th chords!!
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This is a classic variation on the kind of Blues guitar and bass unison lines that became so popular as the result of the great Chicago blues players. I’ve personally been playing this lick for years, even recording “Treat Her Right” on my second LP, Hot Pickups. If you listen carefully to the original recording by Roy Head and The Traits there are actually two guitars playing on this part. We’re going to be playing it as one part, homogenized together.
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Today’s lesson is going to show you perhaps the No. 1 reason for B.B King’s incredibly recognizable style and technique. Even though he is a truly masterful and complex guitarist, he has over the years been whittling his style down to some very basic “signature” licks and runs that are instantly identifiable, such as the ones I’m about to show you.
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This position is extremely useful, and of course, it’s not ONLY a turnaround lick. In piano playing circles, however, it is one of the most recognizable licks of all, and so much so that it’s almost become a cliché. Ray Charles was a master of this lick, but you can also hear it in the playing of other piano greats such as Jerry Lee Lewis, and some of the great New Orleans players like Fats Domino and Dr. John.
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