Stevie Ray Vaughan – Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar lesson with tablature

Learn how to play the guitar solo from Stevie Ray Vaughan’s cover of Buddy Guy’s hit “Mary Had A Little Lamb.”

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THE TAB:

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar solo tab - intro

Stevie Ray Vaughan – Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar solo tab – intro

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar solo tab 1 of 2

Stevie Ray Vaughan – Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar solo tab 1 of 2

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar solo tab 2 of 2

Stevie Ray Vaughan – Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar solo tab 2 of 2

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4 comments on “Stevie Ray Vaughan – Mary Had A Little Lamb guitar lesson with tablature

    • Buddy Guy is surely the wild-man of the blues, and SRV did a great job of making the lesser-known bluesman popular with the masses.

      I just don’t play enough hours each day to do any of these pieces justice…but I still enjoy doing them.

      • Ha, if by flavor, you mean playing poorly, I heartily agree. Stevie was a stickler for nailing his solos. I just don’t have a lifetime to do-over. He played a minimum of four hours each day, often as many as eight. For me, it’s usually 1-2 hours, and it shows.

        But, I do appreciate the kind words. Thank you!

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