Guitar Lessons





Blues Lessons

From old school Mississippi to high gain à-la-Gary-Moore, you have all styles of blues covered here. Blues music is often described as the rock guitarists' fast ticket to understanding chord progressions and basic scales - thanks to its simple harmonic structure.


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  • In the style of Gary Moore - Ballad & Blues

    by Piotr Kaczor

    Vibrato, alternate picking and Gary Moore style licks.

    Tags: Vibrato, alternate picking, licks, A minor, bends, bending, phrases, phrasing, blues ballad, ballad, beautiful melodies, melodic, expression, expressive, emotion, feeling, feel
    Difficulty5
  • Slow Blues Solo

    by Stephane Lucarelli

    A classic 12 bars blues progression in the key of C, with very slow tempo. We gonna work on phrasing, vibrato, bending, blues feel...

    Tags: C blues, blues phrasing, vibrato, bending, C minor pentatonic, C Major pentatonic, slow licks, feel, feeeling, 12 bars blues, dynamics, breath, call & response
    Difficulty4
  • SRV - Stevie Ray Vaughan

    by Muris Varajic

    SRV "raking" style, 12 bars blues progression, bends/ double bends, and left hand muting

    Tags: A blues, raking style, 12 bars blues progression, bends, double bends, left hand muting, A minor pentatonic, A major pentatonic, raking, bending, double stops, comping, blues groove, triplets, shuffle, Kenny Wayne Sheppherd
    Difficulty5
  • Blues Licks

    by Gabriel Leopardi

    We will study some of the most used licks, scales and techniques. I recorded this solo over a twelve-bar blues progression using the A minor blues scale. This solo is a great exercise to improve your bendings and vibrato as well as to incorporate this kind of licks to your daily playing.

    Tags: 12 bar, twelve-bar blues, A minor blues scale, bending, vibrato, blues in Am, A minor, A blues, blues licks, phrases, blues phrases, call & response, classic licks, double stops, sixths
    Difficulty4
  • Blues Soloing - Beginner/Intermediate

    by Ivan Milenkovic

    The most important thing here is the feel. Practice a little, and then start focusing on the feeling of the blues to get the sound right. If you are true with your feelings the sound will be true as well.

    Tags: blues licks, turnaround, shuffled beat, phrasing, bending, vibrato techniques, blues improvisation, double stops, 12 bars blues, B Major Pentatonic, B Minor Blues, B Minor Pentatonic
    Difficulty4
  • ZZ Top's Blues

    by Lucio Antolini

    This lesson is inspired on Billy Gibbons, a great blues guitar player

    Tags: A Mixolydian, Billy Biggons, blues licks, bends, bending, rhythm, groove, bending, phrasing, blues groove, sixth, pentatonic major, blues scale, A blues
    Difficulty3
  • Jimi Hendrix Meets John Frusciante

    by Adrian Figallo

    Learn lead influenced by two of the greats.

    Tags: wah wah, E minor, bending, rock licks, red hot chili peppers, woodstock, phrases, groove, groovy, funk rock, SRV, legato, lead guitar techniques, dirty, stratocaster
    Difficulty3
  • Pentatonic Workshop Level 1- CAGED Format and Timing Exercises

    by Ivan Milenkovic

    This first part is for the absolute beginner. We will cover: Pentatonic CAGED shapes, exercises, note values and timing.

    Tags: pentatonic, timing, exercise, CAGED, alternate picking, play along, metronome, A minor pentatonic, Note Time Values, rhythm practice, improvisation
    Difficulty2
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