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Watch the Slip 'n Slide online guitar lesson by Joe Dalton from 50 Acoustic Blues Licks You MUST Know

Pulling off to an open string, gives us the effect of something more complex than what we are actually playing. The melodic idea is simple enough. The pull-offs and the slides make this thing come alive. Notice that open E works on the D chord even though the E does not belong to the D chord.

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