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un∑derlying idea to sEupport with chord nes. This idea comes
cons.tant again Stern although he attributes the concept to the great archtop player JiDAm Hall. The trick is to tremolo pick the no6te on th7e first string wDhile adding rhythmic and harmonic interest by stab3bing at ch6ords in
Ha7m≥mo≤nd8≥B3 p≤layers. approprAiate rhythmic places, like many of the grea6t
BeXAmpLe 5b bb King high ToniC Q&A: I know we’re talking about jazz soloing here, but surely there’s always room for a little more BB King in our pl9ayin9g. G9eorg9e Be9nson absolut9ely l9oves9him9and9 has tak9en m9ore9tha9n a l9ittle from listening to him. This idea balances a high tonic8shout o9ut1,o0r question, wi7th a lower7b3luesy base3d a8round tradema3rk major/min3or box shape7wit8h the ro9ot foun8d on th9e seco1n0d string; ideas like this are simple but
effective when inserted into a more jazzy context.