Watch the Massive online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from Guitar Lab: Blues Soloing

These next three solos are played over a set of changes that rightfully earned its name - it's every minor blues component thrown into one massive set of 12 bars. While being the guy who has to comp the chords is tough enough, the soloing duties, as you can imagine, can be tricky, too. It's not so much about a multitude of substitutions (Try Tone) or an intimidating number of changes (Back Pedaling); it's what chords are coming at you and when. To make a flowing, melodic solo come together over this set takes some getting used to, but lucky for you have three solid examples here to muse on.