Blues Improvisation Solo by Jody Worrell

This solo was improvised over “Third Degree” from Jody’s Let’s Jam! Blues Standards collection of jam tracks. “Third Degree” is a slow 12 Bar Blues in D that was co-written by guitarist Willie Dixon and pianist Eddie Boyd in 1953. The song was later covered by blues legends like Eric Clapton, Jeff Healey, and Johnny Winter. Jody’s improvised solo lasts 24 measures and combines melodic runs, tasty bends, and blazing licks. The tab covers the notes and techniques used in the solo and the video can be used to work on the rhythm. The tab also has “time code” references before each riff so that you can easily find the section you wish to practice. You can learn full blues solos with step by step instruction when you join our premium membership plan (free 7 day trial).

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