Blues Licks 3

by Gabriel Leopardi

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  • Hey GMC! Today we will continue studying the most used licks, chords, scales and rhythms in blues.

    I composed this solo for GMC students in order to incorporate the Steve Ray Vaughan style in your playing and his most important influences (Buddy Guy, Jimi Hendrix. Etc). We are going to focus in his rhythm guitar work and his chord melody style.

    This lesson is a twelve bar blues in E without a turnaround in the final of the measure.

    Blues progression in E:

    E7 – E7 – E7 – E7 – A7 – A7 – E7 – E7 – B7 – A7 – E7 – (E7)

    Scale choices:

    We will use dominant arpeggios (or dominant chords) and the blues scale. (Check blues licks 2).

    Backing tracks:

    You have three backing tracks at different tempos to practice the exercise.


    Related Lessons:

    Blues Licks Lesson 2

    Blues Licks Lesson 1

    Metal Blues Lesson

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