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For all of you here that have downloaded the Jim Hendrix lesson, have any of you ever heard much of Robin Trower? I may be dating myself showing my age, (LOLOLOL) but if you enjoyed the Hendrix lesson you will enjoy what Robin Trower has to offer. Many have said he is trying to be another Hendrix. His playing is based on the pentatonic type scales, but he plays alot of leads in odd positions. His live playing is usually a half step down, but on Bridge of Sighs which is half live and studio on the cd is also in standard tuning.
Must be because it is taken from an old lp. Anyway he does some cool fills and some odd chords that sound killer.
Maybe it could be a good lesson.
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