If you pay close attention to Albert King's playing, you'll hear some
bends that aren't easily replicated with standard 'Box 2' bending.
That's because at times, he's bending 3 or 4 frets from a lower note, to
the same target note. The result is a bend with more tension, and a
noticeably lower starting point. In this lesson I show you how you can
replicate this sound.
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