Allman Brothers Macon City Auditorium – One Way Out – guitar solo 1st section w/tab

This guitar lesson is how to play the first section of the Allman Brothers Band’s Dickey Betts guitar solo from “One Way Out” off the Macon City Auditorium Concert of 2/11/1972 CD. This is the first concert they played following the death of founding member Duane Allman.

From HittintheNote.com:
“The third Allman Brothers archival release, and perhaps the most poignant one. Recorded in Macon, GA in February 1972, these 2 CDs present the unified front that was the five-man version of the band as it gamely carried on following the loss of Duane Allman. Powerful music, played with lots of soul and heart and passion – music like you never heard before.”

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THE TAB:

Allman Brothers Band - Macon City Auditorium Concert version of "One Way Out" solo section 1 - pg 1of2

Allman Brothers Band – Macon City Auditorium Concert version of “One Way Out” solo section 1 – pg 1of2

Allman Brothers Band - Macon City Auditorium Concert version of "One Way Out" solo section 1 - pg 2of2

Allman Brothers Band – Macon City Auditorium Concert version of “One Way Out” solo section 1 – pg 2of2

 

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