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The combination of shapes and scales on the guitar is probably the single most important tool to the improviser. Even when I first taught myself these kinds of positions, I was not yet truly aware of the fact that I was essentially creating a “double-exposure” of scale positions that could be easily taught.
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This style is equally suited to electric as well as acoustic playing, but clearly owes its origins to the acoustic players of early country music. We will work strongly on the right-hand patterns that help to establish the foundation needed to execute these licks properly, and it’s a great workout in “jumping” strings in a flatpick style.
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This is a style I have always explored, but when my late, great friend Danny Gatton and I recorded “Tequila” for my eighth album, I really had a chance to stretch out with this style and learn from Danny what he chose to do within this unique technique!
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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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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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