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Here we have a nice blues Robben Ford Style lick in the key of C which you can use in any 12 bar blues.
Hi guitar addicts. Check out these 4 Rock/Blues licks every guitarist should know. Very easy and effective. Enjoy ;-)
Lesson in hybrid picking over a boogie blues progression. This lesson contains almost all you should know about hybrid picking (using the pick, M (third) and A (fourth) finger of the right hand).
Here's the first in a mini series of free lessons in which I'm aiming to demonstrate how you can add some extra colour to your solos by adding just one note to the pentatonic scale. This lesson contains four licks in Cm, with added "blue note"!
In this free guitar lesson we'll be seeing how to play as accurately as possible the 1st solo that the great Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore played in his famous song "Still got the blues".
Learn to play Stevie Ray's classic tune " Scuttle Buttin' " and improve your blues vocabulary and comping.
If you like modern blues with a modal approach similar to the Robben Ford style then this might be the right lesson for you.
Learn to play to the blues changes in the the key of A, nail the changes and learn to use the melodic minor scale within a blues context and phrasing.
This lesson will help you improve and develop your alternate picking, sweep picking, rest stroke picking, hybrid picking, string skipping, legato, and tapping with one and two fingers.
A song that won many awards since the day of its release! One of the greatest solos of rock music ranked 8th in Guitar Magazine's Top 100 Guitar Solos.