Surf Country

by Chris Shofner

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  • The "Surf Country" lesson covers a piece inspired by the playing style of Junior Brown. Junior Brown is known for unique style that connects vintage country, surf, and Jimi Hendrix. This lesson, while country in origin, has a strong influence of the 60s surf sound. Some of the unique techniques covered in this lesson are the use of tuning key drops in the middle of the solo, bending off of the fretboard, and playing near the bridge.

    Techniques in this lesson:

    Hybrid picking
    Bending off the fretboard
    Tuning key drops

    Key: A
    Chords: A,D,E
    BPM: 145

    Gear: Partscaster Tele (bridge pickup), Wampler Clarksdale, Vox AC15, Sennhesier e906, Presonus Firestudio, Ableton Live


    Bluesy A Pentatonic:


    E Pentatonic:

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