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Hi Friends,

This week we are learning the 2 chorus solo for "All Your Love" which is one of the greatest solos in blues guitar. As Monster Mike states, the vibrato is nearly as important as the notes played and it's not easy to do that wide and consistent vibrato so you have your work cut out for you! It's a great solo packed with wild emotional excitement and I can't think of a better player to teach it than Mike.

Enjoy!

Duke

 

 

Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Chicago Blues

Backing Track

Print Print Chords & Tab

Loop 0:32 Overview of Song Form

Loop 1:42 Breakdown of Rhumba Part of Solo

Loop 6:54 Breakdown of Shuffle Part of Solo

Loop 15:27 Run-Through of Solo

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First Chorus of Solo - Minor Key Rhumba

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Second Chorus of Solo - Shuffle

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Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jun 28, 2015

This one is a super challenge for my chops! I haven't really got a good vibrato yet, so this is quite a reach. I couldn't get the hang of the "falling vibrato", so I decided to cheat and use the whammy bar. :-)  

The timing of the riffs is so tricky too! But it's been a lot of fun to work on.

Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jun 21, 2015

Oh -- and in this measure, I think that pull-off from 16 to 12 is meant to be 16 to 14.

Mike Caren
Mike Caren Jun 21, 2015

Thanks Bruce!  Fixed.

Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jun 21, 2015

Here are a couple more corrections to make in the tab.

The third note is on the B string, not the E string as shown in the tab.

Two bars after the one above. The fifth note is on the 16th fret, not the 17th fret as shown in the tab.

 

Mike Caren
Mike Caren Jun 21, 2015

Thanks Bruce!  Fixed.

Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Jun 21, 2015

Hi Mike, Happy Father's Day.  Here's how I spent mine :-D

This is a recording of me doing rhythm, intro and both solos.  I put the rhythm on the left channel, and the intro/solos on the right.  You'll notice that I slowed down the pace to 100bpm and dropped some of the "flurries" in the second solo.  I am trying to keep the spirit and obvious signature licks.

I am mainly concentrating on playing the correct notes at the correct times.  It was an eye opener to me that many of the licks end on beat one of a measure and anticipate a chord change.  Playing with the background track was very helpful to me (thanks Mike C)

Thanks for the great lesson

P

 

 

Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Jun 25, 2015

And here's the recording (thanks Mike C)

Duke Robillard
Duke Robillard Jun 25, 2015

Hi Peter, You have the feel on the shuffle section but need a bit more work on the rumba rhythm part.t It needs to feel a bit looser, practice the with the accent on playing the first 3 notes of the lick at a bit faster with all downstrokes.those first 3 notes should have a quick 123 even feel to them. Thanks, Duke

Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Jun 25, 2015

Thanks Duke, I'll get right on that.

Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Jun 25, 2015

Hi again Duke,

I just want to make sure I am practicing the correct thing.  Is this the correct rhumba rhythm?

Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Jun 27, 2015

Hi Duke, 

Is this Rhumba better?

Nacho
Nacho Jun 21, 2015

Thanks Mike, awesome lesson, im enjoying this one a lot.

Steve H
Steve H Jun 20, 2015

Mike,

   What awesome vibrato bends! Killer lesson on the master Otis Rush. Off to the woodshed...

Thanks,

Steve

Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Jun 20, 2015
 
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Hi Mike C, slight typo on the first measure of the "Swinging Shuffle" Solo

Steve Lauder
Steve Lauder Jun 19, 2015

Thanks Mike C

FYI That's my 1 x 12 aviator clean, close miked.

Whew, so many Mikes.

 

 

 

Steve Lauder
Steve Lauder Jun 19, 2015

Hello Monster Mike, Halifax Steve here,

The fingers are like raw meat so here's what i got so far. 

Great lesson.

Steve 

Mike Caren
Mike Caren Jun 19, 2015

Nice playing Steve!  --- great tone too.  

Duke Robillard
Duke Robillard Jun 22, 2015

Hey Steve, You sound great and your real close on it. Keep up the great work! Duke

Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes Jun 19, 2015

Wow, that's fantastic, Mike! And what a challenge! But so many great licks in there; it will definitely push my playing up a notch just working on this. Also, thanks for doing the metronome track. It makes it so much easier to make sure I'm hearing the time correctly. I'm on vacation today and will be spending much of it with Otis Rush. ;-)

Thanks again!

Bruce

 
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