Blues Rock Rhythm

by Stephane Lucarelli

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  • Hi GMC!

    This time we are going to take a look at some "classic" riffs, usable in Blues or Rock context, a must know for every guitar player!

    The starting point is a classic Blues riff that we could find in a lot of blues standards and we will develop it throughout the lesson. Also, the idea is that you could reuse each pattern in your own music, create your own variations, fills and so on...

    Tempo is 110 bpm and here's the chords used in the lesson :

    I A I A I A I A I
    I A I A I G I D I

    Technically there's nothing difficult here just pay attention to rhythm and the eighth notes.

    Gear used :

    Haar Stratocaster
    Fender Hot Rod Amp
    Tone Freak Abunai 2 OD pedal

    Have fun!
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