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Dobro Lessons: Playing Over 12 Bar Blues

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Here in this section I'm gonna go ahead
and play over a 12-bar blues and just
kinda improvise.
And what it's going to do is, it's going
to give you a feel for
how we can use expression and some
Some real emotive type of ideas, used this
techniques that we've been working on and
so you can hear them in context in an
improvised blues setting.
Now the idea here isn't to emulate exactly
what I'm playing,
it's to listen and to understand how these
expressive bluesy techniques can be used.
So we'll go ahead and play this 12-bar
And I'm just gonna play over it using the
techniques we've been talking about.
[SOUND] One, two, three, go.