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Guitar · Bowling Green, Ohio
Mostly jazz licks or solo transcriptions. Occasionally I post other genres.

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Great album, they just did an audiotree session More…

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A tab for the intro to Seventeen… More…
June 21, 2020

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Guitar part, plus a little bit of the keyboard part. Good for if you don't have a keyboard or other guitar More…

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The first two iterations of the main riff More…

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My guess at what he's thinking is a whole half diminished over the Bbmaj7 and the G-9, taking a pattern on the fretboard, and moving it up by minor thirds More…

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Capo on the second fret More…

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A transcription of B.B. King's solo from "It's My Own Fault" from his album Live At The Regal (1964) More…

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The head to Ari Hoenig's arrangement of "Pent Up House", from his album "NY Standard" (2018). More…

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A great sounding scale run from Kurt back in 2010 More…

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The head to "Ready And Able" (1966) More…

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Pat Martino's version of the melody to Just Friends, one of my personal favorite standards, on one of my favorite jazz guitar albums, El Hombre. More…

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Ella Fitzgerald's chorus on "Take The 'A' Train" from the album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book (1957) More…

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This lick is played on violin, and it goes higher than frets allow, so I have transcribed it an octave down. It is made up of Eb, F, G, and A triads and ends with a G7 arpeggio More…

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Some very fast, but harmonically simple soloing from John McLaughlin from the album Visions of the Emerald Beyond (1975). Please comment if you know what technique is used at bar 31. More…

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The live version of this song's outro More…

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Ezra's guitar part and the bass part up to the outro with the bells More…