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        Blues Musicians Migrate to Chicago | Soundbreaking

        David "HoneyBoy" Edwards and B.B. King explain how rare electric guitars were in the farm communities of the rural south, in this clip from Soundbreaking, due to their expense and the fact that many people in the rural south did not have electricity. As rural musicians migrated north to Chicago, a shift in focus occurred from the acoustic to the electric guitar in the Blues.

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