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Watch the Bring It Down online guitar lesson by Anthony Stauffer from 50 Slow Blues Licks You MUST Know

The last 2 bars of a 12-bar progression are easy to rush through as you prepare for the next solo chorus. Just as a story needs an ending, each solo chorus needs a good transition. When you're getting ready to transition from loud to soft, or from solo to verse, this Albert King lick brings the intensity back down, giving the solo closure, allowing for a smooth transition to the next part.

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