Introduces popular Blues, progressions, Blues Rhythms, Basic Blues Lead Guitar Patterns & Techniques. Combines Blues rhythms and licks, fingerpicking Blues Styles such as the constant Bass line and Alternating Thumb styles, and an introduction to Acoustic Slide guitar.
Teaches all the popular left and right hand techniques used in traditional and contemporary Blues fingerpicking guitar.Covers Blues progressions and Blues fingerpicking styles such as the Constant Bass Line style,Alternating Thumb style and Blues Slide.You do not need to read music to use this book.
A great introduction to the world of Blues Guitar. Covers all the essentials of rhythm and lead playing used in Blues and R&B along with turnarounds, intros and endings, and gaining control of 12 and 8 bar Blues forms. Also explains and demonstrates the Blues scale, major and minor pentatonic scales and 7th arpeggios in a logical system for playing over the entire fretboard. Contains all the classic Blues sounds such as note bending, slides, and vibrato demonstrated in over 100 licks and solos in a variety of Blues styles. All examples sound great and are fun to play.
Packed full of Blues guitar licks and solos. Introduces turnarounds, intros and endings, call and response, dynamics and learning from other instruments. Covers a variety of styles such as shuffles, traditional slow Blues, Boogie, Jazz style Blues, R&B and Funk.
Contains a great selection of Blues solos in styles ranging from Delta Blues to contemporary Blue Rock. Demonstrates various methods of creating solos along with sections on vocal style phrasing, call & response, developing a theme, dynamics & the use of space.
The most common scale used in Blues is used immediately to make music. The scale is learned in five positions covering the whole fretboard, along with a variety of licks and solos demonstrating techniques such as slides, vibrato and note bending.
Deals with rhythm as it applies to lead guitar playing concentrating on phrasing and timing & how to get the most out of the notes you play. Introduces the Blues scale, other important scales and arpeggios commonly used by Blues players. Lots of great solos too.
Uses a variety of left and right hand techniques to help develop control of timing and rhythms which are essential to creating good Blues rhythm parts. The book contains a study of both open and moveable chord shapes, before moving on to single and double note riffs.
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