EXAMPLE5 rhythm and blues hammond organ-like piece
This piece begins with a repeated bass line, to which a chord riff is added in Bar 5. A little later, in bar 13, our picking hand takes a Blues scale - based solo (with an altered scale lick thrown in for good measure in bar 21) while the fretting hand continues with the steady quarter-note accompaniment. Then in bar 25 we move to a walking bassline in the fretting hand while the picking hand provides chords to fit. Finally, the piece returns to the riff played at the start.