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Playing slide guitar in standard tuning – as opposed to an open chord tuning – is very different, and quite difficult because you have to take extra care in damping the strings. When you play slide in an open chord tuning, you always have that chord to go back to. Unfortunately, that’s not the case in standard tuning.
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This is a subject certainly worthy of its own lesson, as we now have a whole new perspective on chord work after the last few lessons on open G tuning. And open G tuning offers a lot of interesting variations in chords, especially since we now have three D notes in three different octaves, and we’re in G!
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This is a great “hybrid” picking technique that uses a real split-string effect to achieve its most effective end. You can use it as a blues-oriented style, as well as country, and it is extremely effective at all tempos. It’s also a great “snarly” effect when you really want to add a twangy and powerful sound to your soloing and fills.
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The 'Green Onions' Lick
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It’s an extremely important aspect of understanding the guitar to really know your partial chord forms as they move up and down the fretboard. One of the ways we can achieve this is to break the chords down into 3-note “block” shapes that can be easily moved around and located on the neck.
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