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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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  • ronnie earl

    How to Jazz Up Your Blues Guitar Riffs and Licks

    One way to learn Jazz Guitar is to apply Jazz Guitar Scales to a 12 Bar Blues Progression. This is an accessible way to learn guitar solo techniques for Jazz Guitar music that is relatively uncomplicated as Blues Riffs for Guitar are so familiar sounding on the ear. By improvising using Jazz Guitar Scales you will learn to incorporate Jazz phrasing to your regular Blues Improvisations.

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  • b.b.king

    Lick of the Week: Thrill Is Gone by B.B.King

    B.B. King is widely regarded as the official King of Blues, so no study of Blues Guitar can be complete without a thorough knowledge of his playing style and repertoire. In the Lick this week we will be looking at the intro to one of B.B. Kings signature tunes and biggest hit Thrill is Gone from the 1970 Album Completely Well.

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  • albert king

    Born Under a Bad Sign: 3 Essential Albert King Blues Licks

    Albert King is one of the most influential Blues players to have emerged. In this lesson we will look at a few licks and phrases from one of his biggest hits Born Under a Bad Sign.

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  • stevie ray vaughan

    Lick of the Week: Mary Had A Little Lamb by Stevie Ray Vaughan

    The lick for today is a 12 Bar Texas Blues Shuffle in E called Mary Had A Little Lamb by 80s Blues master and another of my favourite guitar players, Stevie Ray Vaughan. If you have yet to get into the Texas Flood album by SRV I advise you to do so right now.

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  • john mayer guitar

    Lick of the Week: Gravity by John Mayer

    In this lesson we will be looking at how to play the intro to Gravity by John Mayer taken from the live version on the Live from Abbey Road EP. This tune is particularly effective for practicing Blues Phrasing as you have small sections of single note phrases punctuated by chord fills.

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  • jimmy page guitar

    3 Essential Jimmy Page Blues Licks

    Jimmy Page, as well as being one my favourite guitarists is, without doubt, one of the most influential and well known guitarists ever to emerge. Page made solos that are unique and instantly recognizable due to a combination of his sound and trademark delivery. As well as creating those trademark Led Zeppelin riffs he took time to carefully create all of his solos.

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  • jimi hendrix

    Riff of the Week: Long Hot Summer Night by Jimi Hendrix

    The riff of the week is the intro to Long Hot Summer Night from the 1968 Album Electric Ladyland and is one of my favourite of all Hendrix riffs.

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  • john mayer

    Riff of the Week: Belief by John Mayer

    The first riff of the week comes from vocalist and guitarist John Mayer and involves some really cool blues 6th slides across the 5th and 3rd strings and a little bit of thumb work on the 6th string.

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