Watch the Hound Dog Solo 2 online guitar lesson by David Hamburger from Slide Shop
Try to think of each lick you play as a phrase, like a short sentence. Play that one idea, then take a breath before you
make your next statement. And don't be afraid of repeating yourself. As one wit put it, you can't have a theme and variations
if you haven't got a theme. For this solo, there's a lot of repetition, moving a single idea or theme around, from the
twelfth to the fifth to the seventh fret. Try keeping things simple - it worked for Hound Dog.
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