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from Bugs Henderson’s Bugs’ Blues
Blowing through three separate one-chorus solos, Bugs mixes up major and minor pentatonic in several positions, makes use of the open strings, nails the changes more often than not and pulls out some snaky chromatic moves to boot. In the breakdown he demonstrates some Freddie King-style downward rakes, shows how he takes it a little outside with the ninth sound, explains how to exploit the open third string when soloing in G, and gets into B.B. 101.
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