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Old 11-03-2009, 07:28 AM   #1
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Default Four-fret blues

This is sort of fun. It's a demonstration by a guitarist of a blues lead with only 4 fret positions.
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Wow! You mean, that's all that separates me from Eric Clapton?

   
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For all we know, that was the first riff Eric played.
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He copped it off Jimi, who played it with his teeth.
Jimi learned it from Django, who played it one-fingered.
(left and right hand parts)

   
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