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I remember very well the only Albert King concert I have attended. His show opened as the shows of these stars often do: The band played without Albert King. He had a very good guitarist in the band (I do not know his name), and I remember thinking that Albert King was a brave man who dared to have such a good guitarist in his band. He was after all a guitar hero himself. But when Albert King entered the stage, he only had to play one note, and the other guitarist was almost blown off the stage. There was no doubt about who was the star and the boss at the stage. It was nothing fancy, just a matter of playing the right note the right way at the right time.

Albert King is a very influential guitarist. Yet there is not too much material available that analyzes his playing style. It might have to do with his very original approach to playing. He was left-handed, and played his Gibson Flying V (the guitar I am using for arrows in this series) upside down. Then he used a tuning that he kept secret. His tuning was said to be CFCFAD, which is basically the same tuning as Lonnie Johnson is said to have been using - DGDGBE. Albert King's tuning is just one note lower. But there are some sources - it is said to be Steve Cropper who played with Albert King on some of his records - says that he used an Open-Em, with the lowest string tuned down to C. It should then be CBEGBE. I am not the one to make the verdict.

What did he play?

Albert King played Gibson Flying V, the guitar I have chosen to use as "Arrow Buttons" on this site. But I do not know exactly which model(s) he played.

Further references

T:TG 106, A:G1 2002-12, T:G1 1999-09

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Albert King / Stevie Ray Vaughan: In Session
On December 6, 1983, legendary blues guitarist Albert King joined his disciple Stevie Ray Vaughan on a Canadian sound stage for the live music television series In Session. Magic happened. The highly sought after video footage from that one-time renowned summit becomes available for the first time ever with the release of Stax Records' DVD In Session.
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Blues Legends: Albert King - Live in Sweden (2004)
Born in Indianola, Mississippi, Albert King remains one of the most influential blues guitarists of all time and enjoyed a successful career that spanned four decades, with wide critical and commercial acceptance throughout the world.
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Videos on the playing of Albert King


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Albert King
A Step-by-Step Breakdown of the Styles and Techniques of a Blues and Soul Legend
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Guitar Quick Licks - Albert King Style DVD
Learn blues licks for guitar in the style of Albert King, one of the original three kings of blues guitar and inspiration to Clapton, Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Gary Moore. Also includes a guitar jam track. Lessons by Steve Trovato. Each Quick Licks DVD includes an arsenal of licks in the style of your chosen artist to add to your repertoire, plus backing tracks to practice your new licks and techniques.
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Steve Trovato's American Blues In 6 Weeks - Week 6 (Albert King)
Week six focuses on the style of Albert King and includes: Learn to shift position to create longer blues lines, learn to play multiple note bends on a single string, learn to bend in intervals, combine techniques from all other lessons in the series.
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Three Kings Of Blues
Celebrated tutor Steve Trovato introduces you to the Guitar styles of Freddie, Albert and BB King!
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Getting The Sounds - Classic Blues Guitar
Keith Wyatt, master blues guitarist and educator, demonstrates how to create the soulful sounds of all the great legends of the blues guitar.
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Videos including songs recorded by Albert King


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Blues - Guitar Signature Licks
Embark on a guided excursion with Greg Koch through the styles of some of the greatest Blues guitar heroes ever, including Albert King, Otis Rush, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert Collins.
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