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2nd Guitar Part - Riffs, Fills and Chords

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Muddy Waters Basics > 2nd Guitar Part - Riffs, Fills and Chords

Hello Friends,

This week we are working on second guitar parts for Hootchie Cootchie Man. I demonstrate what a second guitar may play for parts to go along with the original bassline guitar part. I show several options that work with the original guitar part to make it sound authentic and in the correct style, adding fills and double stops to keep within the traditional vibe of the song.

Next lesson we start working on ideas for soloing on it. Keep practicing, playing and send us some videos.

Enjoy!

Duke

 

 

 

Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Chicago Blues
Jimmy Rodgers
Muddy Waters
Duke Robillard
Eddie Taylor
Hoochie Coochie Man

Backing Track

Print Print Chords & Tab

Loop 3:27 Blues Stop Chords

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Loop 4:51 Jimmy Reed, Eddie Taylor Style Riffs, Chords and Turnarounds

Loop 16:27 Run-Through (Tab for IV Chord and Turnaround)

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Loop 18:39 Run-Through #2

Loop 19:13 Ending Options

Loop 21:07 Closing Thoughts

 

 

 

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Duke Robillard
Duke Robillard Dec 14, 2014

Thanks Peter, Yes it's like anything in music. If you listen to and learn a bunch of songs in a simular style it all starts coming together and making more sense. That my friend is what you call progress! 

Peter Wolf
Peter Wolf Dec 14, 2014

Hi Duke, I'm enjoying comparing this lesson to your old Gypsy Woman and Chicago Blues.  It's nice to revisit familar stuff and find new details.  Through these lessons, I am beginning to understand what "Chicago Style" means, and it how it differs from say T-Bone or Jump.  Thank you.

Duke Robillard
Duke Robillard Dec 13, 2014

Thanks Scott, There will be pleny more of that coming in future lessons! Duke 

Scott Nowlan
Scott Nowlan Dec 12, 2014

Duke, brilliant lesson.  This is exactly what I want to learn.  All the little things I'm hearing but can't visualize on the guitar.  I am dedicated to the Chicago Blues vibe!

 
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