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Freddie King Shuffle

Solo, First Chorus

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Freddie King Shuffle > Solo, First Chorus

Hi Friends,

This week we're working on soloing on Wash Out by Freddy King. I admit I had a hell of a time trying to learn and teach the solo on this one because of Freddy's rapid fire off the cuff playing on this one but I demonstrate some of the basics of his main licks on this one and also have a take in which I improvise a solo employing some of his ideas. The point I am making anyway is to learn to improvise in his style as I do on my track of it. It was much easier to play like him for me at 19 than 72! Not much I can do about that but let's hear what you all can do with it now to the track.





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

Backing Track

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Loop 0:00 Breakdown of First Chorus Solo

Loop 17:35 Practice Track with Solo

Loop 18:22 First Chorus Solo


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charlie Nov 29, 2020

Great lesson Duke, and great advice! I've been thinking about what it means to play like "yourself" (or me ; ) for a while now. Really encouraging to hear it from you. Here's a rough cut....

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