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A lot of blues players alternate their rhythm parts with little licks as call and response with the vocals. Lick number 29 is an example of this and another one in the style of the fantastic Jimmy Rogers. This is a typical intro in the key of E. It can be played with a second guitar playing the low part or with a bass player. You can use it when you play solo, too. The chord changes are V, IV, I with a turnaround.