YES! We are approaching true beginner material stuff here, thanks Laszlo.
If you are a level 1-2 student and haven't really finished a whole lesson yet - I would strongly suggest you have a go at this one. You will get great practical examples of solo and rhythm application over a typical chord progression.
Still even this lesson present lots of potential obstacles for a beginner - so if (or should I say WHEN) you encounter problems don't hesitate to ask for help in the forum!
Wow,what a tasty blues Absolutely a must for beginners
Great stuff man. Beginners are going to love this.
Wow, great stuff Laszlo! I am not sure should I practice lessons that are "easy" for me instead of "pushing myself further", but this is so nice, that I will give it a try most probably:)
Great lesson! It's perfect for beginners like me
Sweet build-up, Laszlo ! Very beautiful melody, and it's amazing how nice things you can do with a guitar without actually playing fast !
Awesome beginner blues lesson Laszlo!
Thanks guys! Nice to hear that
Great intro to the Blues Laszlo!!!
Great beginner lesson Laszlo!!
Wow this sounds so cool!
This is great stuff man, essential for all players
Nice one Lazlo!
Sounds great, good job Laszlo!
Great blues Laszlo, love it!!!!
A side note, E7b10 chord might be confusing,
it's often called 7/+9.
great stuff..keep 'm comin'
Nice, im gonna nick that bad ass turn around!
Great blues soloing Laszlo, useful stuff for not only for beginners! Cheers!:)
Great stuff! Beginners has a chance to learn and record this lesson!
Yeah man! the times, the woman, the whisky .... the blues .... (I remember the movie "crossroad")
How do I count those quarter notes triplet?
It means i play three notes per half note right? means 3 notes within 2 beats...have some problems with that timing it is somehow not as easy as eight notes triplets
I found something on the forum and will ready this, thanks
..read this...not ready
cool stuff, well done
This is great! Gotta love the blues!
Just a small note, seems that the end of the turnaround tab is missing, cool though
Great lesson and much trickier than it seems at first. It would be great if there was a GP5 file that combined the rhythm and solo without having to swap between the two tab displays. Maybe just keeping the metronome going while the solo is playing then bring the rhythm playing back in after the solo. Just an idea Thanks Laszlo, nice one
Hi Phil, have you tried using the multitrack view?
PS: Check my PM with details.
Perfect, cheers Gab. Would be good if the lesson showed this trick for any others needing it. Many hide in the shadows and struggle along, if we help them as much as possible they may venture out of the darkness. Thanks.
Yes, this is mostly a guitar pro set up tool. This makes me thing that a short guitar pro tutorial could be helpful.
Great idea Gab. Now I know it can do things like that I'll give it a good looking at in future. Cheers.
That E7b10 chord is tricky to get to still. I'm watching his fingers closely for shortcuts
Can you check the TAB please from 0:35 - 0:38 (Section 4).
Sorry, I meant to say from 0:35 - 0:38 in the main section which is in sub section 4
The GP5 file is the same
We are on it Phil, thanks!
Thanks Gab . The last bar of the rhythm is the same too.
I welcome everyone to my first blues lesson!
This is a simple tradtitional slow blues in which we will use the A pentatonic scale in three different positions, combined with the blues scale. A perfect lesson for absolute beginners. With simple practices like this we can learn the scales easily and we’ll be able to improvise.
In the first part we can hear an 8-bar blues pattern that consists of the following:
A5 A5 D5 A5 E5 D5 A5 E7/9#
In the first four bars of the solo we will use the blues pentatonic scale in the fifth position.
In the 5. and 6. bars we will use the same scale, but in two other positions and we will close the solo in the fifth position again.
This lesson contains: