Watch the Jumpin' In The Boneyard: Solo 2 online guitar lesson by David Blacker from Swing Blues Survival Guide: Lead
More of the same with this one. Remember, these two solos are meant to be tied together, so it's good to practice them that way. Pay attention to the micro-bends in the first few measures. These can take a minute to get sounding correct, and they are essential to T-Bone's sound. We return to a choked bend for the change to the IV chord. Finally we have that great characteristic T-Bone turnaround that uses open in strings. The more you listen to T-Bone, the more you'll hear these things woven into the solos, and you'll uncover new subtle variations to use.