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One can really fall into a rut when it comes to blues licks and pentatonic scales, particularly of the minor variety, and this lesson is designed to help us break out of some of those doldrums.
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These are highly specialized runs that incorporate not only harmonized runs, but the shifting into higher positions that take the harmony to higher places. It’s important to understand these kinds of runs so you can experiment with others and find some new places to create new and interesting harmonies.
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Hybrid picking is what I always refer to as "pick and finger.” An extremely versatile and flexible technique, it allows you to combine the best of both worlds: flatpicking and fingerpicking together! This is great for learning the great piano-style licks of Buddy Guy, and the great pedal-steel sounds of Clarence White of the Byrds.
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This is an exciting “one-man band” kind of rhythm style, and will take some major right-hand discipline to execute properly. But when you do, you’ll find this to be an extremely exciting and rewarding way to play.
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These are some of the most well-known and storied positions that come out of the major pentatonic positions, so favored by Duane Allman and Dickey Betts during the heyday of the Allman Brother Band. The position itself is an easy one to understand, but it’s the phrasing and the kind of runs that are created that make this Allman style so unique.
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