I’ve always had this sound in my head that starts with the Boogie & Hill Country feel of blues masters like John Lee Hooker and R.L. Burnside… then mixes in a combination of claw-hammer banjo and slap bass techniques to get a percussive back-beat vibe… uses classical and fingerstyle techniques to run lead lines… and draws from the Jimi Hendrix / Stevie Ray Vaughan school of riffage. It’s gotta have that old-school train rhythm chuggin’ through the song to keep the feet tappin’ and to create that whole-band feel that early delta blues guitarists where known for.
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