Aah Ivan this is so tasty - I just can't get enough of it!! Thanks!
Excellent, this lessons is so well done, never can get enough of the blues!!
You definetely got the blues :-) Great lesson, really makes you wanna play and learn bluesy stuff..thank you
But..what does 9g11 in your tab mean ?
Excellent playing Ivan
Cool Licks bookmarked
great lesson Ivan
Excellent Ivan!! Very cool Lesson!
Great blues there ! I like it
Very nice feel! Some awesome licks in there!
nice feelings ivan, great work
Thanks guys, appreciate it
yeah, great lesson !! blues is pure feeling
Great lesson Ivan!
Yes!! This is what i wanted!!
-But..what does 9g11 in your tab mean ?-
Excuse me if I'm wrong, but I believe it means "gliss" or "glissen" which is a very quick, almost undetectable slide from the 9th to the 11th fret.
Yes my friend you are right, it is a glissando slide It is a Guitar Pro marking for a ghost note.
Ivan - Top shelf once again! Thanks!
Great Ivan. I really think that these kinds of lessons let beginners advance much more quickly because they beg to improvised over. There's nothing like gettin in the groove on a sweet little ditty such as this. Can't wait for the follow ups.
This is really cool! Keep it up
Good lesson, nice bluesy sound
Sounds so interesting. Im gonna get to it. Really cant wait for more. nice tone too.
Nice intro too. Which hendrix song was that?
I don't think Hendrix did it exactly like that, maybe you are reffering to the "Red House" cover of his, but that is not that lick...It's more like Magic Slim, or Lightnin' Hopkins style intro lick.
great licks in there
Thanks man More coming up!
great lesson cant wait for the new lessons
Good job. Looking forward to upcoming ones.
Thanks! The intermediate should be live soon. Enjoy!
Nice and thx. I have been practicing the last blues lesson u did and am starting to get some understanding of the "bluesy feel", this is the first blues I have ever played. Now will start on this lesson, keep em coming:)
Thats great man, keep me updated about your progress. If you find anything you need to know, or want to ask feel free to do so, I'll be glad to help. Keep rockin!
Great way to practice vibrato
this lesson has been such an inspiration ivan!!! I am really enjoying the blues feel and it has made me much more creative in my playing
Excellent, this lessons is so well done, can get enough , very good , grt Frans .
Thanks you very much guys!
Great lesson Ivan, I'm getting it, having a little trouble with the speed on step 7, but its coming. Look, I've searched the forum for hours and can't find the answer to this: what are the letters above the tab - Q, E, T, etc?
Hey man, the letters represent note values quarter, eights, thirtytwo, but watch only the letters above tab values. "T" letter is almost never used, it is left there only because there is a note that prolongs the note before it.
Damn this is....got no words for it, Ivan you truly have the blues feeling in you, please do more lessons of these, im begging you!
what means the g in the tab
I believe it is a glisando slide. The g letter and all the other letters are generated by Guitar Pro.
Thanks man! I'll do some more blues for sure, starting next month.
just want to say i again: Brilliant lesson, this has such a "feel" that i can really enjoy playing, so relacing!!
sorry I mean relaxing
Nice... This lessons shows that not everything has to be super fast and advanced to sound really awesome. You sure got the blues Ivan... Looking forward to the next lessson.
I LOVE this lesson!! As a beginner, it is challenging enough that I feel myself improving the more I practice, but not so challenging that I cannot play it! This is the first "song" I have truely loved how it sounds coming from my guitar! I hope you come up with some more "beginner" blues solos!!
Unbelievable !! This is my first lesson at GMC and I really love the blues in this lesson. Ivan, thanks for this experience. I will continue !!!
I'm very glad to hear this man. GMC rules, keep rockin!
The lick sounds great but i don't see beginners anywhere!!!
What do you mean man ?
I think he means it is a little too challenging for beginners. I disagree though...I am TRULY a beginner, and have been practicing this lesson for a couple months now. I can play the whole thing now and only struggle with the very end. (Video 7) I still am working on the speed Ivan uses. Keep at it X5...you'll have it in no time!
Hi, I've found this lesson a lot of help! (A quick question - what do the letters above the tab mean, ie Q, S, E etc. Sorry if I'm being a bit dim!)
Hi, great lesson! Could I just ask what might be a stupid question!? During the piece there are a number of places where the backing chord is B7 (B,D#,F#,A). Could you explain why a D note is played rather than a D#?
Hi Ivan. I often hear a slightly difference version of this lick. where you not only vibrate the nodes but also slide into each 11
SOrry for not leaving a feedback guys, this lesson was put aside a bit, and didn't see the comments.
If you kevvyg wanna ask some questions please post it on my board, since it's been a long time (don't know if you need answers by now! )
COuld you be more specific mate, I don't understand where and how.
Thank you man , great lesson ! got a really good feeling when I played it
Thanks mate, I'm glad you like it
Nice and clean solo !
This is tasty playing! very inspiring!
Thanks, just learned my first solo! Never really played something before I felt sounded nice!
I have to admit though - this is not "beginner" in any sense of the word. I think when you're really good you tend to lose sight of what it really means to be beginner. I mean, there are actual recorded blues solos (e.g. Alman brothers) that use less techniques than this. Something to think about.
Thanks for the feedback guitarsennin. I agree and we have changed the difficulty level to 4 and adjusted the lesson title.
Oh my 7 years pass quickly, can't believe this one was published so long ago..!