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Now that you’ve got some serious country string bending under your belt, this is one of the more famous and recognizable riffs that utilize this technique.
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This is a great, tried and true lick I’ve used for years, and have always played it not only as a turnaround but also as a lick unto itself within songs. The variations that can be created with the use of this lick as a basis are mind-boggling, and I’ll be sure to show you some in the course of this lesson.
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“Dust My Broom” is one of the great Chicago Blues slide tunes as played by Elmore James and the Broomdusters, and the main lick is perhaps the most commonly used slide lick of all time. But it’s the second lick – or second verse lick – that we’re going to work with here.
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This is a very challenging technique and style that is the next natural step from last week's lesson, Harmonizing With Open Strings. This again, is a style I picked up largely from my late friend, the great Danny Gatton, and if you spend any time listening to some of his improvisations you’ll be sure to pick up on some of these banjo-like runs.
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This is one of the most fun styles to both play and teach, as its infectious “groove” orientation is a great combination of right and left hand dampening. It’s also a style where the right hand has to really think like a drummer with a relentless drive, while the left hand does its best to block, dampen and allow the sound of certain key notes in key spots.
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