In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to improvise a slow and soulful lead over a non-conventional jam track (this is not your typical 1, 4, 5 chord format). You’ll be using the G minor scale to play over the entire jam track track and will be playing this fingerstyle to slow things down […]
Ragtime Blues Lead That You Can Play By Yourself – Playing the Changes Solo – Blues Lead Guitar Lesson EP348
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a ragtime blues lead by targeting chord tones and playing arpeggios. This lesson is designed to give you a more sophisticated sounding lead when improvising. This is a standalone composition that you can play by yourself, no jam track is needed.
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a rock blues rhythm along with all of the details for the strum pattern. This is really designed to help those of you that struggle with timing – knowing when to come in, and how to stay on the beat.
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to actually USE the CAGED system (in a practical sense) to play a country blues composition that requires no accompaniment. You’ll be killing 2 birds with one stone by playing a really fun song, while learning the CAGED chord positions. All played using triads. This will be […]
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a slow blues lead on electric guitar (although you could also do this on acoustic), that doesn’t need a jam track. You’ll be playing in the key of the song for this one, as opposed to “playing the chord changes”.
Connecting Chord Shapes to the Pentatonic Scales – Useful when playing the changes – Guitar Lesson EP344
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to visualize the chord changes when playing lead, by connecting pentatonic patterns to chord shapes. This uses the same jam track from last week (EP343)
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll up your rhythm game by learning how to improvise various rhythm parts using the CAGED System. This also makes use of triads and harmonized 3rds in multiple neck positions.
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a minor key blues jam in the key of B flat by yourself on guitar. This uses the classic “Call & Response” technique to allow you to jump back and forth between rhythm and lead parts.
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a rock, blues lead that uses both minor and major pentatonic scales. I’ll explain my thought process for choosing either the major or minor path when playing a solo.
In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to compose and play a country blues composition on acoustic guitar. I’ll walk through my thought process for alternating back and forth between chords and lead, while playing the chord changes.