Allman Brothers guitar lesson – Blue Sky – both solos and tablature

Allman Brothers guitar lesson with tablature – Blue Sky – both solos at full tempo and seventy-five percent tempo.

Learn the Dickey Betts and Duane Allman guitar solos from Allman Brothers Band classic: “Blue Sky,” with the video demonstration which includes tablature to make it easier to learn.
 
 
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Allman Brothers – Dickey Betts – Seven Turns solo with guitar tablature

Allman Brothers – Dickey BettsSeven Turns solo with tablature for instructional purposes.

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Allman Brothers Band- Dickey Betts – Seven Turns solo tablature

Duane Allman – Little Martha – guitar tablature included

Duane Allman – Little Martha – guitar tablature included for instructional purposes. Tune your guitar to open “D” – DADF#AD

Both Duane Allman and Dickey Betts played guitars on the original recording, so I had to take the liberty of combining both parts into a single guitar piece, while trying to retain the essence of each of their respective parts. Hope you don’t mind too terribly.

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

To download all the tab I’ve written, including for this lesson, buy my album “I’ll Be Back, Back With the Jack!” for $4, email a copy of your receipt to guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com, and I will provide a link for you to access and download all of the tab that I’ve written.

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