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Lenny Breau’s self-accompaniment (comping) was groundbreaking when he started doing it in the early 60’s. Lenny’s earliest influences was Chet Atkins. So from an early age his ears were already set up to hear melody and accompaniment simultaneously. Further more, he began to be influenced by piano players. Most notably Bill Evans.
Adam breaks down Lenny’s revolutionary self-comping style for you. In the end you should be able to have a firm grasp on how you implement his genius comping style into your own playing.
This is the downloadable lesson from Adam’s YouTube video, Comping For Yourself While Soloing on Guitar Like Lenny Breau