Robben Ford Style

by Jonathan Burgos

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  • Hello friends! Today we are seeing a bit of blues in the style of Robben Ford, one of the best contemporary blues guitarists. I must confess that my inspiration comes to hear the new album of Joe Bonamassa. This new guitarist has incorporated a lot of Robben Ford. Without doubt, I consider him a "son" of Ford with a collection of other guitarists and bands. Do not want to misunderstand my comment, all guitarists have influence of than we like and that is what defines us, then we have the ability to create our own style.
    The secret to the style of Robben Ford is finding its sound and vibrato. A bit of gain with a little reverb. The delay is not used for him. He is a guitarist with classic blues sound.
    I hope you enjoy my new blues lesson, folks!
    Now, go to practice!

    B5 – D5 – E5 – A4 – F#5

    Alternate picking

    B Minor Pentatonic + Blue note
    B Major Pentatonic + Blue note
    B Mixolydian

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