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Antonio Greger’s No. 1 is his 1984 Gibson ES-347 strung with D’Addario .011–.046 strings (with a wound 3rd string). His pick preference is Dunlop Tortex Standard 1 mm.

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There’s way more than blues-rock fodder buried in the crevices of the most overused scale in music.

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Intermediate

  • Explain how chords are generated from scales.
  • Create unusual harmonies, chord progressions, bass lines, and melodies using the blues scale.
  • Demonstrate how music theory and musical intuition can coalesce to create unique sounds from traditional materials.
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Last updated on May 21, 2022

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