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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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Today I’m going to talk about combining harmonics with certain chord positions. Harmonics can be found all over the guitar, and it’s something u should experiment with when you have time.
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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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Here’s a great application of the “hybrid” style of picking, added to Chuck Berry-style licks. This is a great lick that I first picked up in this manner from the great Danny Gatton. It involves a wonderful kind of syncopation that is strictly established by the “hybrid” picking style. As you’ll see, it creates a kind of “circular” motion to the lick, with a nicely “pedaled” root note.
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