IN OUR LAST INSTALLMENT WE SAW JOE
Bonamassa take us through a sweet and sorrowful minor blues
progression. Now he’s going to show you how to work through
your sadness by absolutely shredding over those same changes.
Before we let the healing begin, keep in mind that this chart
is just an approximation of what Bonamassa played. His lines
are more of an intro cadenza and are played molto rubato, i.e.
in free time. He speeds up and slows down at will, so the rhythmic
designations here are just vague suggestions. Also, by his
own admission, this is not how Bonamassa would typically approach an emotional solo: “I normally wouldn’t
play that technically.” As woodshedders we
should be glad that he did, though, because
each bar stands as a great chops builder.
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