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Blues Box Soloing (89) - Neal Walter
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Blues Box Soloing (89) - Neal Walter  (4/4 - Key A )

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Blues Box Soloing (89) - Neal Walter
In this Lesson, Neal takes a request from fans on Facebook for some new blues guitar licks. Check out his Blues Box pattern lick, which is perfect for your next 12 bar blues jam.

Guitar Tip Of The Week: If you mess up while performing live, just keep going! Everyone makes mistakes, even the pros. If you stop after you mess something up, everyone will know and it will throw the band off. If you keep going, most people will forget it even happened.


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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 1/2/2013
Updated: 3/11/2016
Tab By: willc
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