Wonderful Laszlo - I can't help but constantly being amazed how expressive the blues is..yummi!
Very emotional! Brilliant, Laszlo!
very nice playing laszlo, and.. what a great tone you got here, old school bro!
Nice feeling man Cool lesson.
awesome lesson, I just discovered Joe Bonamassa for myself so I am in a Blues Mood anyway
I like it! A LOT!!
Thanks - will start practicing now!
Cool, modern sound and expressive! Great!!!
Great feeling laszlo! Great Tone. Just awesome really
Some very cool blues in here, coupled with modern sound!
Thanks Zoom and thanks Ivan!
Great phrasing man. I love it
Some nice ideas Laszlo, sounds great!
Thanks a lot guys!
Sounds a lotlike some of Pages stuff. Very cool.
Welcome to my new blues lesson! As you might have noticed, this is not a traditional blues pattern, this is a bit freer than my previous blues lessons. Also the chord progression is different from them.
In this lesson we won’t play only from beat to beat, but I tried to tie the beats together. I use many bended notes and slides, and beside the A pentatonic and A blues pentatonic, I often use notes of the A minor.
In this lesson I use the four modes of the A pentatonic and the A blues pentatonic and on some places I play some extra notes which belong to the A minor, and it’s different modes. These scales are used at the melodic parts. The first part of the chord progression I use a simple pentatonic or blues pentatonic scale and it changes only in the second part to A minor.
The chord progression is:
A7/ A7/ D7/ A7/ F/ E E G G#/A7/ E7
I hope this will be a useful lesson for everyone! Have a nice practice!
This lesson contains the following techniques: