I can’t even say how often I find out that one of my favorite songs was written by Otis Rush…

And every time I hear him play it always twists my ear and makes me listen.

So in today’s lesson I’ll show you how he approaches the solo section of, “All Your Love I Miss Lovin'” and a little extra about that tone he gets.

Dig it!

If you’d like the TAB, it’s here

    8 replies to "Otis Rush – All Your Love I Miss Lovin’"

    • Darryl Manire

      On last text,hand playing pressure issue, good call people get arthritis from playing like that too much pressure, Plus your muscles in your hand are tense so you can’t play as fast.. and ruin the frets on your guitar, come on man,dang

    • Alexander Paul

      Good enough for Clapton and Mayall for the Beano Album and a guitarist that Albert King and many others were inspired by is good enough for me. A good lesson in less is often more. Not how many notes you play but how you use and articulate the notes you play. Good call Griff. Rush ES 345 Clapton 59-60 Les Paul…

    • Chris

      Cool lesson, I’ve been messing around with this one this evening. I did a quick Youtube search and found a cool version with Robert Cray. He adds his own touch to it and you can tell it’s him from a mile away, and when he adds his famous chord vibrato to it, it takes it to a whole new level. Check it out!

    • TSGordon

      This is not one I’ll want to replay every day, but as Jeff said, it’s Soooo simple & Cool! Reminds me of the 70’s at Bulls in Chicago, catching Otis and friends in the most intimate setting possible.

    • gary thaman

      love that- gettin back to the roots with Otis Rush

    • Gonçalo Correia

      one more fun and great lesson. The best teatcher on the web

    • Jeff

      So simple but so cool.

    • Bruce “Doc Frahz” Frazer

      Griff—struck by how these arpeggios are the same technique for the end of “Hotel California. Great technique—can use it a lot! Thanks!

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