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This lick from the song made popular by Howlin’ Wolf, and then later by others such as The Rolling Stones, is always a good starting point for players wanting to create a “low and high” part that is synchronized as one interesting slide piece together.
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This approach towards slide guitar is often neglected by players who want to get into it because the proper techniques are overlooked. The tilting and angling of the slide for achieving true accuracy are very important, and of course, the all-important right-hand dampening goes a long way towards achieving this sound.
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This funk style is all about the touch. The pinched-pick style that helps create the overtones is so critical to this sound, and the attack is all about digging in with that right hand approach.
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This is a compelling and rarely taught – or even acknowledged –guitar style that I absolutely love. When it comes to guitar accompaniment, this particular arpeggio style represents true restraint, taste and emotion. It is a technique that has almost always been part of “soul” guitar playing, as created by players such as Steve Cropper, Bobby Womack and Cornell Dupree, and many other Motown artists.
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In this lesson, I’ll show you how to substitute string bending for the hammer-on and pull-off lick. But first, it's important to establish how this technique is properly done, as so many guitarists—even experienced ones—still don't do it right
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