This lesson is the first concentrating on a particular player's style. I plan on doing many style lessons in the future and would love to hear from you what player you would like profiled.
We will start here today with Eric Johnson, who is one of my all-time favorite guitarist's. He is perhaps best known for his fast and fluid pentatonic playing among other things.
This lesson gives a quick overview on how Eric Johnson approaches rapid pentatonics in his playing.
Pay close attention to the picking hand, because I feel that is probably the most overlooked part of his playing when people are trying to perform some of his licks.
He has a very economical style that is incredibly smooth and fluid.
So good luck!!
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