#1
Wandering around youtube a few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a video of this guy playing a lick using his whammy bar and the pentatonic scale. The lick was in 7/4, but he arranged it in such a way that it fit into 4/4. He played a note as he dove into it, then quickly pulled up on the bar. I cannot find the video or remember his name, but he said he took the technique from an old Jazz legend.

A bit about the guitar player in the video:

-It was a seafoam green/teal guitar that resembled a stratocaster
-It was done at Guitar Institute of Tech and the interviewer was a white bald guy
-He had a long droopy face, frizzy gray hair - must be in his 50s or early 60s
-The video was about 6-8 minutes long

I found it while looking at licks by Joe Bonamassa and Eric Johnson.

Any help finding the video or explanation of the technique would be appreciated.

Thanks!
#2
May the guitarplayer you're looking for be fusion guitarist Scott Henderson? If so, he's a great player.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sm_VSjadCiU
Fusion and jazz musician, a fan of most music.

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