Allman Brothers – Jessica guitar solo lesson half-speed with tab

Learn to play the guitar solo from the Allman Brothers Band classic hit “Jessica” by Dickey Betts with a video demonstration at half-speed and guitar tab that you can view below.
 
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 $2, 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.

That is a great deal for you, and it helps my album get visibility. We all win.

Thank you for your support!
Rick


 

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Marshall Tucker Band guitar lesson – Ramblin – with tablature

Learn how to play the Marshall Tucker Band’s “Ramblin” with each guitar lick demonstrated at full tempo and fifty-percent tempo.

As always, please feel free to ask any questions. Don’t be shy. Music isn’t a competition, it’s about community, support and sharing.

 
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 $2, 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.

That is a great deal for you, and it helps my album get visibility. We all win.

Thank you for your support!
Rick


 


 

 

If you really liked it, please consider donating to my guitar string fund. Thank you!

Marshall Tucker Band guitar lesson – Heard It In A Love Song – with tablature

Learn how to play the Marshall Tucker Band’s “Heard It In A Love Song” with each guitar lick demonstrated at full tempo and 75% tempo, including on-screen tablature. If you take the time to hand-write out the full song tablature, you will more quickly learn how to figure out songs on your own. That will help you for all the songs for which you cannot find the tab you want, or you find it and you know it doesn’t sound right.

As always, please feel free to ask any questions. Don’t be shy. Music isn’t a competition, it’s about community, support and sharing.
 
 
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 $2, 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.

That is a great deal for you, and it helps my album get visibility. We all win.

Thank you for your support!
Rick


 

If you really liked it, please consider donating to my guitar string fund. Thank you!