Joe Bonamassa Man of Many Words guitar solo Lesson Part 4 of 6





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Published on Feb 19, 2012


Joe Bonamassa melodic blues guitar lesson part 4 of 6

In this series of lessons we'll take a look at one of my favorite groups of solo's by Joe Bonamassa. Joe has such great phrasing and an amazing guitar tone. He's taken a lot form the masters before him like Albert King and B.B. King (all the kings ... lol) and mixed in a bunch of Eric Johnson and Robben Ford. And beyond his guitar soloing ... he's such a talented song writer who plays some catchy rhythms.

Why am I telling you all this ... if you are reading this ... you are fully aware of the aforementioned comments.

This series of lessons takes a close look at the first two solos in this song. We breakdown ... note for note ... phrase by phrase ... what makes these such dynamic solos. I hope you enjoy this ... we plan on doing another lesson on the last solo in this song if you guys comment and request it.

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To hear Joe Bonamassa play these solos himself check out the following link ...


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