In the next installment of my Solos Series, I’ll be showing how to play a 36 Bar Slow Blues Solo in the style of Albert Collins. He’s always been one of my favorite guitar players and I’ve tried to capture a few different elements of his extremely dynamic and staccato blues guitar style.
Albert is known for his strange tuning and used of the capo, but I thought it would be more useful to learn elements of his style and then apply them to standard tuning.
This Solo is played finger style and if you are not familiar with this technique you would need to go through my Blues Techniques course to learn how to play blues lead guitar with your fingers.
Watch the Solo
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