The Left-Handed Guitar Players That Changed Music By John Engel
One of the three Kings (B. B. and Freddie being the other two), Albert King was one of the most definitive and influential bluesmen ever. He had the uncanny power to say so much with so few notes that hundreds of guitarists have tried to emulate his style -- most famously perhaps, Stevie Ray Vaughan. His licks have been copied umpteen times and his patented bends envied by as many players. His upside-down technique enabled him to pull the strings down when bending - which is easier than pushing them up.
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