Beyond Double Barring

Here is a lick using the double barring technique I learned from Silvio,
but also throwing in a note BELOW the pedal lick.

In other words, we are playing A , F#, A on the B string as our
pedal phrase, then notes on the high E string (thats where the double
barring comes in), but then also we are hitting the E on the 9th
fret G string too.

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[audio:https://www.claudejohnson.com/blog/audio/lick-feb-20-2010.mp3]

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