Chapter 6: Early-Clapton-style Soloing

Chapter 6: Early-Clapton-style Soloing

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Chapter 6: Early-Clapton-style Soloing

Description:

This section offers an insightful look at Eric Clapton’s early blues-rock soloing style with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, with a musical example featured in the style of the guitarist’s playing on the song “Steppin’ Out.” Clapton’s signature finger vibrato and string bending techniques are covered in depth, as well as his use of sliding sixth intervals, hammer-ons and pull-offs and the way he alternates between major and minor pentatonic and blues scales.

Genre:

Blues Rock

Difficulty:

Intermediate-Advanced

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

Scales, Pull-offs, Alternate Picking, Hammer-ons, Finger Slides, String Bending, Vibrato, Position Shifts, Double-stops

Artist:

Eric Clapton

Runtime:

9:45 


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