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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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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 style, most often associated with Jimi Hendrix, Cornell Dupree, and Steve Cropper, consists of harmony notes played in many cases using slides, as well as hammer-ons and pull-offs.
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Over the years, blues songs and their respective solos have resulted in some truly classic introductions that can really set the tone and mood for each particular song or solo. Those same unforgettable introductions can also teach us a great deal about the song or solo.
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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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