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Long Train Runnin Guitar Lesson

JamPlay instructor DJ Phillips breaks down the individual guitar parts, as well as the harmonica solo for this classic tune. In this video, DJ will demonstrate how to play the main electric guitar part of the song. To learn the transcribed harmonica solo as well as the acoustic accompaniments, check out the lesson on JamPlay linked below.

Main Riff For Long Train Runnin'

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