Allman Brothers – Statesboro Blues – Dickey Betts guitar solo lesson at 3/4 speed with tab

This piece is the Dickey Betts guitar solos from “Statesboro Blues” performed at three-quarter speed to make it easier to learn. It is note-for-note off the Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore Live album. Information on obtaining the tab I wrote for it is below the video.

Allman Brothers Band 1969 Self-titled first album from iTunes:

Dickey Betts “Statesboro Blues” guitar solo at 3/4 speed.

Dickey Betts “Statesboro Blues” guitar solo at full-speed.

Before You Download The Tab: I’m helping you learn these licks/solos/songs and lessons, and now I am asking you to please help me with a small PayPal donation, buy “Little Martha” from iTunes or stream my song Maxstrumental 6C for free using Apple Music, Spotify or rdio.com, or watch my video titled “Caroline’s Kaleidoscope Chill” below. Please also add the songs to playlist. Thank you!
 
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TAB IS ON PAGE I – CLICK HERE

 

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2 comments on “Allman Brothers – Statesboro Blues – Dickey Betts guitar solo lesson at 3/4 speed with tab

    • Thank you Cindy! I did the full-speed version a couple of months ago, and just got around to doing the 3/4 speed version for those who need it a bit slower to practice along. I use a program that loops sections of songs at any speed I want, and keeps the piece in pitch. Really handy for learning pieces note-for-note rather than just kind of close. Again, thank you.

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