Blues Solo in D

by Ivan Milenkovic

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  • Hey guys and welcome to my new blues solo lesson. :)

    This time we are covering this easy-to-handle solo in D. This means that we are using D7, G7 and A7 chords in a classic 12bar blues progression. Tempo of the track is 90bpm.

    In this lesson we will learn how to create licks from both major and minor pentatonic scales and mix them properly so our solo does not sound too dull.

    Lots of bending and vibrating the strings here, and all the licks can be played in any other form of music as well, if applied properly. So enjoy the solo and stay tuned for more bluesy stuff :)

    This lesson contains:

    - Beginner Level Blues licks

    - Bending, vibrato, double stops

    - Use of both major and minor pentatonic scales to create blues licks

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