Watch the See-Saw Lick online guitar lesson by Geoff Hartwell from Guitar Lab: Electric Slide
Come on down to the Slide Guitar Playground! This gets us playing a little faster, with a new plucking hand technique. This will allow you to play single notes on adjacent strings, which will be very useful for both solos and accompaniment. This will be very important when we’re playing over chord progressions. As an added bonus, you can play this over any major OR minor chord. Take it slow and repeat the exercise many times. Start by separating every note at first, so each note is clear and concise. Then you can get your mojo workin’! You can hear this in the slide guitar sounds of Chicago Slide masters like Elmore James and Robert Nighthawk.