Verse 5

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Not an expert. So Freddy King sensation is really a little different than what we've played so far. Let me play it all the way through and then we'll, we'll break it down. So we'll take it from the end of the previous first. roughly what he's doing there. So what I'm doing at first is when I end the previous version, I'm sliding to this position.

This is a over a second position, a bar chord. We did this an E before. Now we're doing a doing it in a my first fingers on the 12th fret of the first string My second finger is on the 13th fret of the second string, and I'm gonna slide into that from the B seven. What I should say is the D seven, E, seventh fret, e seventh on the east seven, the slide into that and then he does a little slot I don't know if I did that in the sample sliding from the 12th fret of the third string. So I'm bending 1412 on the third string, sliding that and he's gonna come back and do this. What I'm doing is bending up on the second string, 13th fret 12th fret of the first string and then I'm walking down 15 1412 on the first string 13th fret of the second string 14th fret of the third string.

So here it is. Then when a song gets ready to go over the for the next time, he does this He's gonna pick this note twice, and then he does it again. Here's one of the trickier parts. I've seen other guys play this and they'll do it here. I think that sounds too high pitched. I think he's doing it on the third and the second strings over the first position he barre chord, so he's playing this.

He's gonna lead into it by going from the 12th to the 13th fret on the third string 12th fret of the second string. So please check the tab for this. I'll play it again. goes into it slowly. That second string, he goes Then when he goes over the for the D kind of slides into it, I think something like that over the first position D var. Play something a little different check the tab, listen to the original so the whole thing then I hear him hammering on to the second fret of the third string.

I don't know if he's doing it just that one note. To me, it sounds like he's putting down the whole finger to get the a barre chord. You hear a little bit of home from the other strengths if you listen to the original recording, it's kind of hard to hear exactly but that works. But you pick the third string and hammer down and then you're gonna go into this country blues Robert Johnson type turn around. What I'm doing here is making a long a course. This is a big stretch.

This will take some time. Some work for some people I have big hands on, I'm lucky, these are kind of easy for me. My first finger is on the second fret getting into second, third and fourth strings, mostly, my pinky is on the fifth fret of the first string, I'm gonna take my ring finger, and I'm gonna pinch with my pick, I'm getting the fourth string, and with my first second finger, I'm getting the first string and I'm just going to pinch it on down. Right there at the third fret, I'm going to replace my third finger with my second finger at the third fret of the fourth string. So we got this and then that last one I pick in second and fourth, frets are second and fifth frets, second fret of the fourth string, my pinky never moves, it stays anchored. So I lead into it.

That's like a Robert Johnson country blues Eddie Taylor type thing. And then he's gonna hammer in Right there first fret of the third string and do another one of these East seventh type licks that we did in a funny bone. Like that. So there is the the next verse of sensation. Let me try to play it all the way through a little bit slower. So let's start from the beginning, from the end of the previous verse.

And that's how he wraps up the next first sensation.

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