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Now it's time to play through this whole song up to speed. Remember that it's never a bad idea to just watch and listen at least a couple of times before you start playing along yourself. Here it goes!

I hope this tutorial has made you realize how endless the possibilities are when you develop your own sound. His touch, tone and note choice is so creative and unique on this song, and it's almost like his guitar is talking to you. Apart from that, this song is a perfect example of how you can take a classic blues song and spruce it up with some fun arranging. It's almost more rock than blues at this point, but that doesn't make it any better or worse- it's just his personal take on this classic tune. Also remember that you don't have to recreate all of those jam parts bar for bar. Just study every nuance of their version, so that you and your band can use all the tools and tricks come up with your own jammy version. Have fun with it!
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