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Solo Lick 5 - 12bar Blues Guitar
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Solo Lick 5 - 12bar Blues Guitar  (4/4 - Key A )

Key A:
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   A
    _   _     __   _ 
   | | | |   |  | | |
e|-------5--------8v--|
B|-----5---8s10vv-----|
G|-7b-----------------|
D|--------------------|
A|--------------------|
E|--------------------|


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Key E (Transposed - Original Key A):
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   E
    _   _     __   _ 
   | | | |   |  | | |
e|-------0--------3v--|
B|-----0---3s5vv------|
G|-2b-----------------|
D|--------------------|
A|--------------------|
E|--------------------|
        
 
 
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Solo Lick 5 - 12bar Blues Guitar
A typical Blues opening - step by step. Scale: "A" minor pentatonic at the 5th fret.

Played for example on Eric Clapton's "Have You Ever Loved A Woman - Groaning The Blues" or Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Double Trouble" (in C).

Like many intros an ascending lick into the root note (here: A). Let's start quite simple with the basic notes (taken from the A minor chord)

Source: 12bar Blues Guitar

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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 1/28/2013
Tab By: willc
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