SRV Lenny | Bonus Content
This batch of bonus content is designed to supplement this free YouTube lesson
Be sure to watch that first before you dive into any of the bonus content found here!
In my YouTube video on the Stevie Ray Vaughan song 'Lenny', I break down one of the licks that Stevie plays in the original Texas Flood album recording of the track. This lick is one of many beautiful examples of Stevie blending the notes of the major pentatonic and minor pentatonic scales.
I break it down by first explaining the differences between the two scales in terms of their construction, and then proceed to point out Stevie's note choices in his lick so that you understand where they are coming from.
I also demonstrated a lick of my own that blends the notes of the two scales, and in this batch of bonus content I include THREE bonus licks that members of bulletproofguitarplayer.com have exclusive access to!
In addition to the bonus licks, you also get a version of the Lenny intro with TAB overlaid on screen for you to study along with at home, as well as the TAB files (PDF & Guitar Pro) for all of the licks and the backing track in the key of E major.
I hope that you enjoy learning these and if you do, please share you playing them with me on instagram!
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- The TAB files (PDF & Guitar Pro) of the Lenny intro, transcribed in full by Levi Clay
- Downloadable Lenny backing track in E major (standard tuning)
- Three bonus licks that mix the notes of the minor and major pentatonic scales (TAB files included)
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