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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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Stevie Ray Vaughan in many ways followed in Jimi Hendrix’s footsteps, and loved to emulate many elements of Jimi’s style of playing. For one, he loved to tune down like Hendrix did. Also, by playing with a rhythm section (Double Trouble) similar to Jimi’s, Vaughan was able to create similarly “large” sounding rhythm parts that could really fill up the sound.
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Here's a terrific, and rather advanced lesson that's a real test for your left, or fretting hand! We'll be doing some advanced, "index finger only" bends that pertain to the G string, while holding down some other notes as part of an overall chord.
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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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The king of rock and roll guitar, Chuck Berry has always been a master of the double-stop, or "harmony" lick. These are among the most imitated and recalled licks of all time, and in this lesson you'll really see how they are created.
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