Welcome back! And well done for making it through the first part of this Ultimate Guide To Bending. I know that some of the material we have covered so far has been both technical and at a granular level.
The good news though, is that the fundamentals that we covered in the first part of this guide have put you into the perfect position to move onto more exciting concepts and techniques. And those are what we will be looking at in the second part of this guide.
Here we will be covering additional ways you can adjust your bending to get more mileage from the technique. We will also look at a number of more advanced bending techniques that will push your playing to the next level.
By the end of this course you will know 6 new bending techniques that you can use to breathe life into your improvisations and totally change the feel of your playing.
You will also learn how you can combine bending alongside many of the other techniques you are likely to use, to get more mileage out of your musical vocabulary. This will improve the quality of your improvisations and enable you to solo for longer, without having to learn any new licks.
So with that in mind, let’s get into it. Here are a variety of bending techniques that you can use to push your playing to the next level: