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Watch the Breakdown 3 online guitar lesson by Andy Aledort from Slow Blues Power

Bar 5 brings us back to the IV (four) chord, D7, and on the previous beat as well as right at the top of this bar I incorporate a “country” style technique known as an oblique bend, which means a bent note is sounded along with an unbent note: I first bend E, second string/fifth fret, up one whole step, and then, while holding the bend, I fret a high A, first string/fifth fret, and then a high G, first string/third fret, after which the bend is released and the sound of E is returned to a normally fretted D; I then use a similar technique between the B and G strings.
I then follow with a series of doublestop sixths, fretted on the D and B string, making direct reference to D7.