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BB King Blues Lick - Worry Worry - Robert Renman
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BB King Blues Lick - Worry Worry - Robert Renman  (4/4 - Key A )

Key A:
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MINOR (Box 3)
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e|12b-12--10--12-----------------|
B|----------------13--10--10--13-|
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|
        
 
 
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BB King Blues Lick - Worry Worry - Robert Renman
Guitar Lesson Overview

Here is a sweet BB King lick from the song Worry Worry. This one is great to have on the shelf of classic licks! Learn it in all keys.

It's fun to experiment with the timing of the notes - almost anything can work, especially if you get the last note on a good place, timing-wise.

This lick is played in the key of A. Check out BB King's playing on Worry, Worry - great stuff!

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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 9/11/2014
Tab By: willc
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