Can someone please explain to me what Clarence White is doing from a position or scale standpoint on his dissonant bender licks like the solo on Close up the Honky Tonks? However I play naturally with the bender, it's chord shaped and mostly "major" sound. I would really like to get into this side of the bender. In a similar manner, I listened to some audio of Bob Warford talking about bender dissonance, which actually sounded like counterpoint, but his explanation in the audio didn't really help me figure out what he was doing. Sounded cool though! I think the audio was released with b-bender from Gene in the 70's. Any help on this?