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Watch the Benny & Chuck online guitar lesson by David Hamburger from 30 Blues Intros, Turnarounds, & Endings You MUST Know

Swing era musicians often played bars 9 and 10 of a blues as simply two bars of the V chord, and that's reflected in this ending lick. Here, we're half-stepping chromatically onto an F9 in the the first couple of bars, answering each time with an F root on the fifth string before playing the single-note blues licks that lead to the final chromatic walkup in bar 4.