5x4, slide guitar, rock, bottleneck, 5/4, blues rockby Javier Aviles
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This is an easy exercise to start playing with a bottleneck (slide). I play an ascending scale on the second string, and after that I descend by playing on the first string. I'm changing the scale notes depending of the chord in the backing over which I'm playing. I also play notes from the chromatic scale to move from one chord to another. Hope you'll enjoy this one!
Rhythm & Blues
Tonality & Chords:
E blues minor scale
E blues Major scale
Sliding notes, bottleneck, using a slide
I used a Gibson LP Gold, high pickup toned down and some distortion.
Standard tuning: E,A,D,G,B,E
120 bpm (Slow parts at 80 bpm)
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