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This is a regular series of exclusive Vintage Guitar online articles where The Kentucky Headhunters’ Greg Martin looks back on influential albums and other...
VG is happy to share “Tone Movement,” a blog/podcast by the folks at Mojotone. In each episode, they speak with people who live to create sound, from small-town legends to the unsung heroes in major cities. It’s a great listen for the player just discovering the glory of a tweed Bassman or those who’ve spent hours staring at a schematic trying to discover the perfect tweak!
Ray Cummins' latest lesson changes things up by mixing country, jazz, and blues. He takes a simple chord progression, adds a melody, then bounces between chords and melody, adding a jazz progression on the bridge. Along the way, he shows how to play a few Chet-style licks/endings. Ray is using his Stevie Ray Vaughan signature Strat through his '63 Fender Vibroverb. Keep up with Ray at http://raycummins.com.