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These are some very rare and unusual positions to find these kinds of notes in, and they can really help build up your ability to pick at a rapid speed.
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Here are some great open position licks that really evoke the style and touch of the great Stevie Ray Vaughan, and many other greats such as Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Buddy Guy and Otis Rush.
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This is a technique that is rarely taught properly, and one that can really help tune the ear. This is because, basically, we are tuning one string to the other when we are playing this kind of run. These “unison” bends are often associated with the playing of Carlos Santana and Jimi Hendrix, and are an instantly recognizable musical element to lead guitar playing.
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This use of vibrato is obviously a very critical guitar style. To begin with, there are several kinds of vibrato, some of which are more suited to certain situations than others. In this lesson, I’ll give a quick demonstration and overview of these different approaches and how they should be properly created, pointing out along the way how so many players do these the wrong way.
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This subject may seem just like another fingerpicking idea, but in this case, we are truly playing a lead “part” above the constant bass. Also, most of the time, we see this bass in the “shuffle” or “dotted 8th” form, whereas this exercise is based on straight 8th notes, played at a fairly rapid clip.
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