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Getting to know these positions is another one of those critical “building blocks” you need on the way to knowing all the correct “archetypes” of the guitar. First, we work on them in the open chord forms, and then see how they are as we use partial forms of them up the neck in closed forms.
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In this lesson I’m going to look at open string harmonies and pull offs that can be combined with descending double stop runs.
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This kind of position is most often associated with country and especially Southern Rock, which always has used many harmony positions. The secret behind this particular one is that it utilizes exactly the same position and bend approach in all 3 cases, creating what would be a three-part or two-part harmony.
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This is perhaps the single most important aspect of understanding rhythm and rhythmic guitar playing. One must remember that any instrument is to a certain degree a “percussion” instrument, and that it’s the constant and unrelenting rhythm of the right hand that determines the true sound of the rhythm lick, and that also carries over into the lead fills and licks as well.
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This great lick I learned right from Roy Buchanan’s first LP for Polydor, titled Roy Buchanan, from 1972. It’s a great example of how a country lick technique can be applied to the blues. It also illustrates the usage of a half-step or single-fret bend in place of a whole-step bend.
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