Solo #2

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Then the second solo in Freddy kings washout starts out from the end of the previous solo. Really neat what I'm doing one time on the third fret of the second string twice on the third fret of the first string to the eighth fret of the second string. And then this leg going back and forth between the eighth and sixth fret of the second string. And really using some vibrato on the eighth fret of the second string, and all I'm doing here is keeping my finger solid on the fret. shaking my wrist that's something you can just practice and get good at pretty quick. It's not as hard as it seems.

So we've got this He's gonna do the one finger band on the sixth fret of the first string. So the whole first phrase one more time. That's how he kicks off the second solo verse. Then he's gonna do something like this. A lot of bending here, so we're starting on the eighth fret of the second string, and then bendy in the eighth fret of the first string, three fingered band twice, bringing it back down eight, six. So that's the next phrase we've got this.

Actually doesn't get the six prints like this. One more time. Really cool bands here. And the next phrase, which is really tricky, he's gonna take it, we'll have to take it from the previous lick and go into this because he's actually gonna pick from the band that he started in the previous phrase like this really neat stuff. So we got this band. And while we've got the band, we're gonna pick 1234 as we release it, and then we're gonna band up on the eighth fret of the first string, let go of it, sixth fret of the first string that I hammer on from the sixth to the eighth fret.

Like that, oh, let's play that whole part again. Right there. So this band. So we're picking as we're banding, we get that sort of really just playing up for notes. But the way he mixes it up and finds different ways to play him is just amazing. And then he's gonna go into a look like this.

And what I hear is from the eighth fret of the second string, and then very quickly, six, seven on the first day and then he's got a band up on the eighth prep. So he's leading into that band with the Six, seven. That's what I hear maybe that's not what he's playing, it's kind of tough to hear it again goes right to the band that he's gonna play this six, eight on the first string, eighth fret of the second string twice on the sixth fret of the first string, eighth fret second string twice, so something like this. Really cool. And again, the trick is what I hear in his plane, what makes it really cool is not to play too fast. Let the notes ring out.

Something like that. And then the next phrase, we're gonna go back to one of these. He's just gonna play it quickly. Then wrap Put up on the third fret of the first string. So I'm doing this leg like we've done before. Quick band, call it a hop.

Sounds like these hop in one tiny little band on the third fret of the third string. So he goes from that second blues box lick back to the first blues Bob. Right there. And then he's gonna go into this really cool lick, and he's gonna go all the way out. Let me just play it for you one time. And he's going to what is really the second position, G bar chord, and he's going to go to the 13th fret of the first string, so he's going twice and then sliding.

So he's going back and forth between the 13th fret and the 10th fret sliding in Something like that one more time. One more time. kind of tricky to do that with your pinky. Which is what I think he does it with that he's gonna do this really neat stuff. So he's going from the 10th fret of the first string 10 Nine, eight sounds like a hammer on pull off from the sixth to the eighth to the six, back to the eighth fret of the second string. So that whole leg right there.

Awesome. One more time because it's so much fun to play. That he's gonna go right to this another one of those 13 To the second straight, six, three on the first rank five of the first string, five of the second string, third fret of the first string six, three on the second string, third fret of the second string, five, three on the fourth string, third string, fifth fret of the fourth string. So that whole thing he's gonna wrap up the second solo with something like this. He's just kind of combining a couple of the licks we've already played before. So I hear I'm starting out.

With that, let's check the tab for that one. We've gone over this before and then he's gonna go into this right away so he doesn't pause. Notice how I don't pause between those two Let's one more time he's got this little hang on the band on the fifth fret of the third string, which really makes it funky. So one more time slowly. And there is the end of the second verse, second solo verse of washout.

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