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Electric Country Guitar Lessons: Multi-String Bending Exercise

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[MUSIC]
Okay, now that we've gone over some string
bending, what we're gonna do is,
we're gonna use this
lick that I showed you, and
we're gonna expand it a little bit.
We're gonna play this lick to a backing
track, so you can play along with me.
We're just gonna loop the same thing over
and over again, so I'm gonna try to keep
it real simple, and
we're gonna go from G to C to D.
We're gonna do the 1-4-5 progression
with the Country Shuffle backing track.
So refer to the PDFs and
the provided material with
these lessons if you need to.
But I'm just gonna keep this simple,
we're gonna do this bend.
[MUSIC]
And we're gonna do
a variation of that.
When the chords change, so we're gonna go.
[MUSIC]
That'll be C, and
then D will be down here cuz we're
playing out of this position.
[MUSIC]
Same lick,
just moving it to
the different chord positions.
We're going to play along
now to the backing track.
>> One, two, three, four.
>> [MUSIC]
Okay.
So I changed a few little
things up in there but,
like I said, refer to the PS PDFs.
I was just keeping that
lick really simple.
So just play along with that,
practice that.
If you want to come up with some of your
own variations on those you can do that.
Nothing is in stone,
these are just the fundamentals for that.
And those are just ideas to show you how
you can move those around to the different
chord positions.
I hope that helps, and
if you have any questions,
just send me a video.
[MUSIC]