Watch the ZZ Hooker Solo 2 online guitar lesson by David Hamburger from Slide Shop
For this solo, I lifted an idea from the playing of Buck "Uncle Josh" Graves, the pioneering bluegrass Dobro player who
worked with Flatt and Scruggs in the 1950s and 60s. Graves was bluesier than earlier country Dobro pickers like Bashful
Brother Oswald, and on instrumentals like "Foggy Mountain Rock" he would milk the blues scale on the third string for all it was worth, much as I tried to do here. Plus he had a cool name.
Check out Uncle Josh (http://www.well.com/user/wellvis/graves.html)