Bon Jovi, Rock & Roll, Rhythm, Riffing, Richie Sambora, AC/DC, Bad Medicine, by Lucio Antolini
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This is a lesson with a bottleneck slide. Usually, I work with the slide when playing in standard tuning. Here I'll show you a song that I've changed the tuning to be played in open G. To make it interesting, I have also changed the time signature to 5/4. Here are some guitarist that are famous for this style of playing: Joni Mitchell for "Electricity", "For the Roses", and "Hunter (The Good Samaritan)". Keith Richards plays this type of overtones-tuning in The Rolling Stones "Honky Tonk Women", "Brown Sugar" and "Start Me Up" songs.
Rhythm & Blues, Rock
Tonality & Scales:
G Blues Major
G Pentatonic minor
D Pentatonic minor
Sliding notes, Bottleneck, Open G Tuning
I used a Gibson LP Gold, high pickiup tone down, and some distortion.
Open G: D,G,D,G,B,D
130bpm (Slow parts at 70 bpm)
Time signature: 4/4 and 5/4
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