You can’t really be bluesy without getting slurry and slide-y. That’s where double-stops come in. They work great as chordal indicators, harmonized solos, turnarounds and more. In this audio guitar lesson, Dave Rubin concentrates on double-stops in sixths and lays out the absolutely crucial sliding 9th lick from blues guitar standards like ‘Stormy Monday.’ Dave tosses in a bonus jam at the end, incorporating Robert Johnson’s signature dominant/diminished chord turnaround.

Audio guitar lesson:

Tab, notation and Power Tab files available here.