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SRV Pride & Joy Guitar Lick - Robert Renman
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SRV Pride & Joy Guitar Lick - Robert Renman  (4/4 - Key E )

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Key E (One Octave Lower):
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SRV Pride & Joy Guitar Lick - Robert Renman
Guitar Lesson Overview

A typical Stevie Ray Vaughan style lick, a guitar lick he often played, especially over the song Pride and Joy.

Also check out the ending of his solo in the tune Empty Arms, about 2:40 into the song. Sounds familiar?

Make note of where the first note starts in time - it's not on the 4 and or the 1 - it's starting with a syncopated note. That's one reason it sounds so cool.

I used the Line HD500 for the guitar tone, and my Squire Strat with Porter Pickups.

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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 11/29/2016
Updated: 12/7/2016
Tab By: willc
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