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A Signature SRV Texas Flood V Chord Lick

Mar 6th, 2020

In this lesson we'll look at a very subtle lick that SRV played over the V chord in the song Texas Flood. In place of a normal hammer-on/pull-off, we'll do a very quick pull-off and play the first note very, very quickly. The resulting lick has a very distinct sound, and I'll show you 3 different ways to accomplish it.

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Texan Floods

If you like the song Texas Flood, check out the course "Texan Floods". Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced level solos in the style of this great slow blues song.

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