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Here you will find my collection of accurate and detailed transcriptions as Guitar tabs + Piano sheets + Bass tabs with Chords and Lyrics that will teach how to Play Like The Greats.

"If I'm Unworthy" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

Blake Mills

"If I'm Unworthy" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

"If I'm Unworthy" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"If I'm Unworthy" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"If I'm Unworthy" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics
"If I'm Unworthy" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

"If I'm Unworthy" by Blake Mills || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Sheet Music + Lyrics

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2 Electric Guitars: tabs + chords + sheet music/score + lyrics
Electric Bass: tab + chords + sheet music/score
Digital Audio files: midi + xml + mp3

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song: If I'm Unworthy
artist: Blake Mills
album: Heigh Ho (2014)
writer: Blake Mills

electric guitars: Blake Mills
electric bass: Don Was

This tune is a great display of Blake Mill's custom-made Coodercaster-inspired guitar resting in an open Db major-tuning, and of the incredible tremolo-effect of the amplifier. This original guitar composition is great fun to play and let's you practice lots of unusual guitar techniques.

Enjoy the incredible outlet of energy in this live performance (click the video).

"This was a tune that is based on this Howlin' Wolf groove, 'Forty Four' blues ... In that song, they have got the upright bass playing this base line, and the guitar doubling it, and a piano doing the pretty chords on the top. It wamps between two chords - two and a half chords, almost - they go to the 5 in a cool way, it is sort of a half-5, and then back to [the 1]. It is a blues progression. So I thought: What if that bass line were part of a progression that had a few more chords in it, and some piano moves, and things like that, stuff that is a little out of the wheelhouse of blues music, but still has that familiarity of that bass line and the feel and stuff?" - Blake Mills