This is the last guitar lesson in our series on Cream’s Sunshine Of Your Love. Eric Clapton did some really cool guitar work on that song, but if you do your research, you’ll find that he plays the song a little differently every time he plays it. That especially is true of the solos.
In this lesson we’re going to learn three blues guitar riffs you can use to really beef up the chorus when you play it, and make it kind of a hybrid solo. In other words, it’s not a full on solo, but it sure gives you some room to stretch those fingers out and get some creative riffs in! If you haven’t already, make sure you checkout lessons one and two to learn the rest.
If you like this style of playing, please checkout Rhythms & Riffs of Classic Electric Blues for more!