Steely Dan – Kid Charlemagne outro solo with guitar tablature

Steely Dan – Kid Charlemagne outro solo with guitar tablature for instructional purposes.
If you enjoy my lessons, here is an opportunity to give back by clicking on the cdbaby link to download my new EP. Thank you! Rick

 
Note: As of July 23rd, 2014, tab is no longer free.

I’m helping you learn these licks/solos/songs, and now I am asking you to please help me with a small donation.

There are two options to get a link to the google-drive folder containing all the tab I’ve pulled from the site including this one; Hotel California, La Grange, Tush, My Head’s In Mississippi, Free Bird, Layla unplugged, Jessica, Blue Sky, One Way Out, Landslide, Driving South, Mississippi Queen, Ramblin’, Heard It In A Love Song, Mary Had A Little Lamb (SRV version), Stairway to Heaven, and more…plus I will continue to add to this folder as I do new lessons, at no additional cost to you.

PICK ONE OF THESE TWO OPTIONS TO HELP ME WITH A DONATION OR SONG DOWNLOAD, AND I’LL GIVE THE LINK TO THE TAB TO YOU:

1 ) Donate $2 or more using the PayPal Donate button (PayPal fees are too high to make $1 worth it for me)

2 ) Donate by downloading my song from iTunes – I would prefer this method and it is less expensive for you. Maxstrumental 6C – Maxstrumental 6C – Single

When you’ve done one or both, send an email to me at guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com telling me which method you chose and which email address you want me to send the link to. I will usually respond within hours, but it could be a day or so if I’m out.

That is a great deal for you, the tab matching my video lesson for a small donation, and if you support me by downloading my song, it helps me get visibility on iTunes so I show up in their search, and can maybe sell a few more songs. We all win.

Thank you for your support!
Rick

 


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2 comments on “Steely Dan – Kid Charlemagne outro solo with guitar tablature

    • Thank you for the kind words. I’m struggling to play after experiencing a couple of severe strokes, but decided that if I waited until I could play as well as I would like, I would never post licks that may help beginners learn to play.

      So they are good for me to use as therapy and for setting goals, and help out new players.

      Thank you for checking stopping by Meredith.

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