Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood solo – part 1 of 2 with guitar tablature

Learn how to play Stevie Ray Vaughan’s – Texas Flood solo – part 1 of 2 with guitar tablature for instructional purposes.

 
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Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood solo – pg 1 of 2 of part 1 of 2 guitar tablature

Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood solo – pg 2 of 2 of part 1 of 2 guitar tablature


Stevie Ray Vaughan – Lightnin’ Blues 1983-1987

5 comments on “Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood solo – part 1 of 2 with guitar tablature

  1. How totally weird that you checked “like” on my blog for what I had to say and you had no idea that my husband loves the blues and guitar and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Again, it is “divine intervention” and I must learn to support my spouses hobbies more than I do!!!

    • That’s cool, but not so sure he’ll appreciate my attempts to show others how to play it. I started blogging with video licks and tabs while attempting to rehabilitate after a couple of strokes affected my memory and a side.

      SRV was truly great, and years after his death, his following remains strong.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Though I don’t think without a Jimi Hendrix there would be a Steview Ray Vaughn, I don’t think you can draw a line that says one of them is better. SRV demonstrated what it was to truly bleed music. Great post keep up the hard work. Check these out IStillGotMyGuitar.

  3. Pingback: Stevie Ray Vaughan 22 Years Gone This Day: Still a Tragic Loss | Eagle Online

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