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January 2, 2014 | John Pisano on rhythm guitar
Legendary guitarist John Pisano demonstrates how a rhythm guitarist can super charge static progressions in the incredible YouTube clip below. Notice how he takes a long passage of a single chord, moves up inversions up the fretboard but in between, inserts passing chords to give the rhythm both energy and interesting harmonic color.
Video link: John Pisano
Check some of our archive pages for thoughts on how you can do the same on the mandolin.
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Posted by Ted at January 2, 2014 5:24 PM
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