Micro Bends Lesson

by David Wallimann

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  • Bending a note can make a lead very expressive and make all your licks come alive.
    This lesson is designed to help you focus on these subtle bends that make a note sing.
    The different licks I wrote are very bluesy but will work in any style of music.

    The lead is built on a G minor blues pentatonic scale. Work your way through the lead and then incorporate these ideas in your own licks.

    Remember to be very precise while bending. You want to be as close to the landing note as possible.

    Have fun!

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