soul, r&b, double stops, pentatonic major, chordsby Javier Aviles
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Thank you for checking out my lesson and welcome to Blues: The Texas Hybrid. In today's lesson we are going to talk about creating hybrids - unique mash-ups of your favorite guitar players' motifs, ideas and styles, into one continues phrase or solo.
In particular, we will examine what I like to call "The Texas Hybrid", which is a mash-up of the playing styles of some of the Lone Star State's greatest bluesmen, in the likes of Freddie King, Billy Gibbons and Stevie Ray Vaughn, just to name a few. I'll share with you some of the ideas and methods that I used to create this greasy sounding hybrid and show you some typical Texas Blues motifs that I like to include in my playing.
Please feel free to ask any questions you may have in the comment section, and I'll be more than happy to help.
Chords: G7, C7, D7
(12 bar blues)
| I | I | I | I | IV | IV |
| I | I | V | IV | I | V |