Jump Blues Solo in the key of C, with licks in the style of Duke Robillard, JP Soars, Charlie Christian, T Bone Walker, and others. Download the tabs or jam along with the backing track. Enjoy!

FREE Printable PDF (Tabs, Notation):
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(includes a minor correction in bar 49)
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Jump Blues Jam Track:
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▶ Play your own jump blues solo in C!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ix3i5leNeC0

Learn the LICK in bar 12 here:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lv-xGfneZVc

#jumpblues #blues #bluestab

ABOUT Jump Blues Solo:
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After a classic turnaround introduction, this Jump Blues Solo solo starts with a quintessential jump blues lick. I play two choruses of 12 bars, emphasizing chord tones and paying attention to the swinging groove of this uptempo jump blues song in the key of C. In the 3d chorus, the groove breaks up with the drum playing accents on the first beats of every bar. The lead guitar keeps jumping; however, with a part that is somewhat inspired by the playing of the great Charlie Christian on Stompin' At The Savoy. The circled '1' on the chart indicates a position switch with the left hand. When the band enters again, the solo guitar plays hints of Rockabilly before entering the outro that is inspired by the playing of 'Red Hot' JP Soars and  'The Duke,' Duke Robillard. After three turnarounds, the solo ends on another classic outro lick. In this video, you get the guitar tabs on the screen, but you can also download the jump blues tab from my blog (see link above).

Gear:
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The guitar used is a Gibson ES 335

I had a lot of fun making this video, & I sincerely hope that this video will provide you with some inspiration for your own jump blues licks!

Thanks a lot for your support! 

Maarten 
guitarist, guitar teacher, composer, educator

Credits:
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This video was written, recorded, filmed and edited by Maarten 
English subtitles revised by Maarten on 
https://www.guitar-inspiration.com
e-mail: maarten@guitar-inspiration.com 
Instagram/Twitter: @mbguitarlife

Jump Blues Solo in the key of C, with licks in the style of Duke Robillard, JP Soars, Charlie Christian, T Bone Walker, and others. Download the tabs or jam along with the backing track. Enjoy!

---FREE Printable PDF (Tabs, Notation)---
download these guitar tabs from my blog: https://bit.ly/2Z8NHpS
(includes a minor correction in bar 49: the last chord is played slightly before the beat)
Leave a comment or review, thank you!

---Jump Blues Backing Track (12 bar blues)---
Play your own jump blues solo in C!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ix3i5leNeC0

---Learn the LICK in bar 12 here---
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lv-xGfneZVc

---Support my channel---
My videos are made with love for guitars, music, and coffee 😉
https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gtrinspiration

#jumpblues #blues #bluestab

---ABOUT Jump Blues Solo---
After a classic turnaround introduction, this Jump Blues Solo solo starts with a quintessential jump blues lick. I play two choruses of 12 bars, emphasizing chord tones and paying attention to the swinging groove of this uptempo jump blues song in the key of C. In the 3d chorus, the groove breaks up with the drum playing accents on the first beats of every bar. The lead guitar keeps jumping; however, with a part that is somewhat inspired by the playing of the great Charlie Christian on Stompin' At The Savoy. The circled '1' on the chart indicates a position switch with the left hand. When the band enters again, the solo guitar plays hints of Rockabilly before entering the outro that is inspired by the playing of 'red hot' JP Soars and  'the Duke,' Duke Robillard. After three turnarounds, the solo ends on another classic outro lick. In this video, you get the guitar tabs on screen, but you can also download the jump blues tab from my blog (see link above).

---Gear---
The guitar used is a Gibson ES 335

I had a lot of fun making this video, & I sincerely hope that this video will provide you with some inspiration for your own jump blues licks!

Thanks a lot for your support!

Maarten
guitarist, guitar teacher, composer, educator

---Credits----
This video was written, recorded, filmed and edited by Maarten
English subtitles revised by Maarten on
https://www.guitar-inspiration.com
e-mail: maarten@guitar-inspiration.com
Instagram/Twitter: @mbguitarlife

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Download the free guitar tabs for this Jump Blues Guitar Solo in C here:

Enjoy this original Jump Blues Guitar Solo in C, in the style of Duke Robillard, JP Soars, Charlie Christian, and others.  After a classic turnaround introduction, the guitar solo starts with a quintessential jump blues lick. I play two choruses of 12 bars, emphasizing chord tones and paying attention to the swinging groove of this jump blues song in the key of C.

Featured Lick

In the 3d chorus, the groove breaks up with the drum playing accents on the first beats of every bar. The lead guitar keeps jumping; however, with a part that is somewhat inspired by the playing of the great Charlie Christian on Stompin’ At The Savoy. The circled ‘1’ on the chart indicates a position switch with the left hand. 

When the band enters again, the solo guitar plays hints of Rockabilly before entering the outro that is inspired by the playing of ‘red hot’ JP Soars and  ‘the Duke,’ Duke Robillard

Outro Lick

After three turnarounds, the solo ends on another classic outro lick.

Solo Draft (Exclusive Video!)

Before recording this Jump Blues Solo in C, I recorded this improvisation (see video below). This served as the original inspiration for the YouTube video. You might recognize some of the licks that made it in the final video 🙂 

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