Watch the Bebop Classic online guitar lesson by Mimi Fox from Flying Solo

This song has so many chord progressions that occur in other songs that when you find a phrase that you like, you should learn it in other keys, in other places on the neck (different octaves) and make it a part of your vocabulary. This way you will begin to compile lines that you can transfer to other pieces and you begin the process of "pre-hearing" which is so important for improvising well. Students sometimes worry that if they do this, they will sound like other players and not develop their own sound. This is not true! When you cop lines from people you like, you will eventually be able to take their phrases and add your own ideas on top of them, or vary the phrases in different ways. This will give you your own new ideas, and then you will end up doing variations of your new ideas too! Consider this: I love Wes Montgomery, studied his solos endlessly, and learned them note for note. You can hear Wes' influence in my playing, but I don't sound like him, I sound like me! The same will happen for you if you persue your studies with diligence.