#1
can anyone direct me to, or post the music or tab to the classic ending riff of most older blues songs???

Its the one that sounds as if it is "descending" a scale and is heard in many popular blues recordings
#2
this is the end of the solo of led zeppelin's you shook me, i think its the type of sound youre looking for. sorry its sloppy i did it by hand the 96 should be played at the same time

|------------------------|------------------------||
B|------------------------|------------------------||
G|-------9-------9--------9------9-----9\4|-----||
D|----9----9--8----8---7---7----6--|------------||
A|------------------------|---------------------||
E|------------------------|---------------------||
#3
I'd say its more like this:

e|---3-----2-----1-------|
B|-----------------------|
G|/3---3-2---2-1---1-0---|
D|-----------------------|
A|-----------------------|
E|-----------------------|
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#4
This is how I play it

e|---0------0------0------|
B|-----0------0------0----|
G|/4------3------2------0-|
D|------------------------|
A|------------------------|
E|------------------------|


That is in the E blues scale, you can take the same thing and put it in another key to fit the song that you're playing. To finish it off right though it's nice to pull off a slightly bent 3rd fret low E then open E after you play that lick.
Last edited by blynd_snyper at May 9, 2008,
#5
Or even...



e--------------------------1---0-
B-------7p5--5-------------3---2-
G-------7p5--5h6-----------2---0-
D--5-7------7----7-5-------3---2-
A-7-----------------7-6-5--1---0-
E--------------------------------