Country Set Break

by Chris Shofner

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  • The "Country Set Break" lesson is funky piece inspired by Bill Doggett's "Hold It" a popular song from the 1960's to ride out into a set break. Here we have a similar idea but with a lot more chicken picking. It is based around the 7#9 chord which gives it the funky sound. Also hybrid picking is a must to achieve those snappy staccato sounds. The tone I'm using is a typical lightly overdriven start sound using the the bridge and middle pickup combination.

    Key: C
    Chords: C7#9, F7, A, D7#9, Db7#9, G7
    BPM: 110

    Gear: Strat>Wampler Ego Compressor>ZVex SHO clone>Pedal Monsters Klone>Vox AC15>Sture SM57>Presonus>Ableton Live

    Scales:

    C Bluesy Pentatonic #1
    C

    C Bluesy Pentatonic #2
    C

    A Bluesy Pentatonic
    A

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