When you get to the end of a song, a nice ending helps in bringing the song to a close. Here are a few examples that can be used.
This one sounds nice and is very easy to play.
This one is even easier than the first one.
This one is the same as #2 except it has been raised an octave.
This one is along the same lines as #1 above.
This one sounds real nice. There’s only one string to hold down with your left hand, but pay careful attention to the right hand fingering on
this one. It’s kind of tricky.
Here’s the most popular ending lick of all time -- the old “shave and a haircut.” It sounds fine all by itself, but for
variation try playing #1, #4, or #5 above and following it with #6.
Our final example takes lick #6 and expands it a bit. Pay attention to the chord formations written above the tablature.