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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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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 lesson is strictly aimed at building the guitarist’s movement from position to position, and is geared towards building your knowledge in new and higher positions and their locations.
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Learning the various patterns of "walking" or "string-jumping" basslines are one of the true building blocks for great blues and R&B guitar playing. It is also something that helps develop and add the "discipline" of time and structure to one's playing, all with the goal of adding classic and necessary tools to your arsenal of licks.
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There are certain chord shapes and forms that tend to be classified as “jangly”, and this is due to the use of suspensions, connecting notes, and also the stylistic way in which they are played. Many of these chords simulate the use of a 12-string guitar, and many came about as the result of the “Folk Rock” boom of the mid ‘60s.
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