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BB King Lesson - Steve Trovato
* Audio file extracted from Steve Trovato’s website

BB King Lesson - Steve Trovato  (4/4 - Key G)

Key G:
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MAJOR (Box 4)
                  __ __ __    __ __   _
   |   |  |  |   |  |  |  |  |  |  | | |
e|-------------|-------8-10--------------|
B|10b-10--8-10-|10b---------10b---10-8---|
G|-------------|-----------------------9-|
D|-------------|-------------------------|
A|-------------|-------------------------|
E|-------------|-------------------------|
    _
   | |  |  |  |   |   |   |   |
e|10---------15\|---------------|
B|---8-(8)------|---------------|
G|--------------|---------------|
D|--------------|---------------|
A|--------------|---------------|
E|--------------|---------------|
        
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BB King Lesson - Steve Trovato
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This lick works best over a mid-tempo shuffle like, “Every Day I Have The Blues.” It has been slowed down a little in the video (“Tempo De-Learno” as Steve calls it) but once you get it under your fingers you’ll be able to play it over many different songs.

Also notice the “4 Note Solo” box with the first finger on the root instead of the 3rd finger. This gives it a major blues sound but by bending the A up only 1/2 step to the Bb it blends in a little of the minor blues sound and that’s what makes it work over the whole progression.

Source: BluesGuitarUnleashed

BB King Lesson - Steve Trovato




BB King Lesson - Steve Trovato
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 4/29/2015
Tab By: willc
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