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    Unbelievable '60 Burst Find

    https://www.gearnews.com/dirty-burst-holy-grail-1959-les-paul-standard-found-in-wardrobe/
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #71

    Here are excerpts of South California Purples from CTA's first album, minus the guitar solo. Channel your best Terry Kath, but stay away from the guns and booze.
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    Show Off Your Country Licks #20

    Show off your Chicken Pickin' in G. I'll start it off.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #70

    Remember that great guitar solo Christopher Cross did in his 1979 hit "Ride Like the Wind"? Well here is your chance to recreate it, or just do it your own way. It's in Cm. Have fun.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #69

    Here is my remake of a famous old song that made some guy a fortune. Do what you want with it, but definitely DON'T dance to it.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #69

    Here is my abbreviated version of Europe's "The Final Countdown", from their 1986 album of the same name, minus the guitar solos. Kudos to anyone who can pull them off, or just do your own thing. Don't laugh. You probably liked this song back in '86.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #68

    Bare bones Sultans of Swing! Play like Guitar George, he knows all the chords. Or sing the vocals if you dare. Good luck.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #67

    Slow soulful Blues in Em. Thanks to Britt Savage for the background vocals.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #66

    Bare bones B.B. in Bm. Enjoy.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #65

    Trade 16's with me on this Dire Straights inspired track. Have fun.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #64

    Ok, this track is begging for some clean rhythm guitar. Key off the bass guitar and try to stay in the pocket. Good luck.
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    70's Type TV Theme

    More vintage 70's synth sounds. Needs more tambourine. Dig it.
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    Tomita Tribute

    Here is my remake excerpt of Isao Tomita's groundbreaking early synth work from his 1974 Snowflakes Are Dancing album. You may recognize this piece of music if you watched PBS in the 70's.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #63

    Here is my remake of "Born Under a Bad Sign" from Cream's 1968 Wheels of Fire album. The raw basic tracks, minus the guitar solos and vocals. Here is your chance to brush up on your Slowhand licks, or sing the vocals if you dare. Good luck.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #62

    Here is my Instro remake of Frank Marino's Strange Dreams, from his 1982 Juggarnaut album. Sing it if you dare, or just jam over it in F#m. I generally don't hero worship guys younger than me but I made an exception for Frank Marino and Randy Rhoades.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #61

    Smoky lounge Blues in A. Pick your spots.
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    Show Off Your Country Licks #19

    Uptempo Country picking in Em. Trade 16's with Wanda Vick on fiddle, Scott Vestal on banjo and myself on mandolin. Clipping along at 125 BPM, it's not for the faint of heart. Good luck.
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    Daughter of Dr. Morbius

    Ok guys, final chance to be like Tony Iommi. Last one of series.
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    Son of Dr. Morbius

    Ok guys, more Sabbath style heavy drop D for you Metal manics. Enjoy.
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    Dr. Morbius

    Ok, something for you Monday morning Metal maniacs. Sabbath type heavy drop D. Have fun.
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    Tomorrow Always Remembers

    Ok guys, something for extra credit. Since you've been in a Psychedelic mood lately, here is a little Beatlesque track I put together for you. So put on your Nehru's and reverse those tape recorders.
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    Show Off Your Country Licks #18

    Mellow Country in G. Enjoy.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #60

    Nice Elton type ballad in C to solo over. Enjoy.
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    Show Off Your Blues Riffs #59

    Old 70's style big solo garage jam in Em. Rock on!
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    Show Off Your Country Licks #17

    A very familiar classic song in G. Thanks to Rob Hajacos for the fiddle and Byron House for the upright bass. Extra points for anyone who can sing it.




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