Bluesy Country Jam

by Roo

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  • "Bluesy Jam"
    Welcome to this new lesson!
    I wanted to build for you a little jam that can sound good played dry without rhythm guitar.
    There's a lot of double notes and with the clean sound it creates a bluesy-rock feeling.
    I think it's good to build guitar parts that mix rhythm and lead together a bit like Hendrix did.
    Harmonycaly there's nothing outstanding here.
    There are a lot of 5th intervals, blues scale, open strings, even power chords.
    Technicaly we go further with chicken picking like in my "Mad Farm" lesson. There are a lots of double stops.
    The tempo is pretty slow: 90bpm.
    The goal of this lesson is also to inspire you to build with your own chops, something very simple with double
    notes (stops) which make your playing more colorfull. You notice at the end the strings skipping lick + tapping which goal
    is to use shred stuffs only to create relief and a little tension.
    Really hope you like it, all questions are welcome.

    As usual, I'll post (asap) the complete -high quality- tab in the member board section.
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