Robben Ford Blues Soloing

by Stephane Lucarelli

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  • Hi GMC!

    Time for some blues licks in the style of Robben Ford.

    Maybe one of my favorite modern blues players, Robben Ford has got a
    "perfect" guitar technique, very tasty and immediately recognizable phrasing.

    Today we gonna focus on the "basic" tools he used to play over a 12 bars blues :
    the minor & major pentatonic scales / minor add 6th pentatonic scale and how to combine
    these scales to approach his unique phrasing.

    This blues is a classic 12 bars blues progression in the key of G and tempo is 126bpm.

    Have fun!

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