Very nice example solo and a concise explanation of the 12 blues concept - great Sinisa!
I like it very much!
Very cool style and chops man, I love it!
Very nice sounding and a great solo! Perfect lesson!
Nice! Robben Ford meets B.B.
Great lesson Sinisa !
Yeah, great stuff
Very smooth sounding blues solo!
Sounds cool Sinisa.
yeah the nice "outside" run at the end is great. Some R. Ford flavour. Anyway great solo. Always hunger for you lessons
Sinisa, you're playing is so subtle in it's statements. Very soulful without over powering. Really great lesson, man.
Great soloe, very jazzy.
Very beautiful solo, with super cool slow bends and fast runs ! I just learned a new scale - the major pentatonic (easier than I thought) !
Great lines maestro!
nice lesson Sinisa
Awesome lesson, Sinisa
Tasty phrasing Sinisa
Fantastic playing, Sinisa!
Nice one Sinisa!
Nice and smooth!
Thanks a lot guys
very bluesy, minor sound, great!
Hi GMCers ,
and wellcome to my 12 bars blues lesson !
To play a 12 bar blues progression in the Key of G, you would play 4 measures of "G", 2 measures of "C", 2 measures of "G", 1 measure of "D", 1 measure of "C", and either 2 measures of "G" or 1 measure of "G" and 1 measure of "D".
The blues progression is called a "I IV V" progression.
The numerals refer to the first, fourth, and 5th notes in a major scale (or KEY) .
In this exercise chord progression is in G key - G(I) C(IV) D(V).
I / I / I / I / IV / IV / I / I / V / IV / I / I or V/
I have used the key of G, but naturally these would apply in all keys. It is hoped that presenting this example of blues progressions will help you to increase your general understanding of blues, and also encourage you to create your own progressions.
Have fun !
T.S. 4/4 , tempo 75bpm .
G major pentatonic