Duke Robillard

Lesson >

Blues After Hours

Improvisation and Soloing

Duke Robillard Lesson >

Blues After Hours > Improvisation and Soloing

We're re-issuing one of Duke's most popular lessons with re-mastered video and updated loop points. From Duke:

In this series of lessons we are going to take a close look at Pee Wee Crayton's classic 1948 Blues guitar hit, "Blues Ater Hours." In the fifth lesson we are going to look at various approaches to creating your own solo chorus.




Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
texas blues

Print Print Chords & Tab

Loop 0:00 Blues After Hours

Loop 4:32 Improvisational Approach and Ideas

Loop 6:55 First Position Improvisation Example

Loop 7:20 Breakdown of First Position Licks

Loop 9:35 Another Solo Example

Loop 10:31 Lonnie Johnson Style Solo

Loop 11:30 Rhythm Guitar Part




Log in to leave a comment

Bruce D.
Bruce D. Feb 15, 2021

Hi Duke,

are you planning to do a backing track for Blues After Hours?

Don Corace
Don Corace Nov 08, 2019

This a great song and lesson.  Are these alternate improvs available in soft copy to download?

Login-popup-sm Login-popup-banner

Member Log In

Forgot your password? Click here

New To Sonic Junction?

See Sign Up Info >


New To Sonic Junction?

Try 2 Lessons Free