Hey, guys. Claude Johnson with from guitarcontrol.com and I want to give you a nice, short and sweet mini lesson here, again, on the blue note. We talked before about how if you’re in the key of A you can use the note E flat. Instead of like your usual blues licks you can throw-in that blue note. That is cool because that one is on the G string. Today I want to show you the one on the A string. This one you can just — kind of in between these two. Instead of this, you have… It’s a nice little passing tone. You can use it descending or ascending. Try that out and let me know how you make out. If you’d like to learn more about how you use the blue note to spice-up your leads, that’s one important topic I go over in “Killer Guitar Control Secrets”. You can check that out. Actually, you’ve got two things to check-out. One, you can go to the link in the video description and get the tabs for this lesson. Or, if you want to check-out “Killer Guitar Control Secrets” just go to guitarcontrol.com/secrets. Thanks for watching.
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