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  • 30 Days to Better Guitar Playing

  • 30 Days to Better Guitar Playing



    • 30 days to better blues guitar ebook

      30 Days To Better Blues Guitar eBook $15.99


      In the 30 Days to Better Blues Guitar eBook you will find a month long practice routine with a lesson a day on a topic covering some of the basics and most fundamental principles of Blues Guitar playing. Each short lesson will improve your knowledge of soloing, licks, scales, arpeggios, chords, harmony, vibrato, accents, phrasing, ear training and sight reading.

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  • stevie ray vaughan guitar

    5 Essential Boxes for Blues Guitar Soloing

    Learning how to improvise Blues solos and licks on the guitar requires an ability to be able to navigate the fretboard efficiently. One of the ways to achieve this essential Blues knowledge is to have a thorough understanding of scales and arpeggios so that you know exactly where to play as we move through a 12 Bar Blues progression.

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  • otis rush

    Blues Improvising Made Easy - 4 Note Solos

    There are many ways to improvise the Blues on the guitar but often what I like best about Blues players is when they keep it simple. There is a time and a place for playing loud and fast, for instance, but hearing B.B. King play on The Thrill Is Gone or Otis Rush on As the Years Go By keep in mind that Blues is about feeling and expression

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  • john mayer

    Using Minor to Major 3rds in Blues Soloing

    A real key element in blues playing is utilizing the Minor to Major 3rds. It is a method of playing introduced by some of the earliest Blues players like Big Bill Broonzy and Blind Lemon Jefferson and has since gone on to become a staple formula in blues guitar solos. What this means is that you can use notes from a Major and a Minor chord.

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