If you work solo or in a three piece band and would like to have some harmonic support when you solo, it’s always great to have a looper handy that can take your rhythm part when it's time to play a solo. I’m not a big fan of playing solos over bass and drums because I’m looking for the "sweet notes" and interesting chord tones to play off of, so the looper is something I would definitely use in a live situation.
The guitar part is pretty simple, a minor blues progression in G minor. You'll be playing the rhythm part with the band and will want to record the last looper sequence ready for your solo. Now let’s take a look at how it comes together in the studio.