I’m always trying to find more interesting ways to play both rhythm and lead when playing the blues and it seems that there are endless combinations of styles for either. This lesson is split into 2 parts, the first part shows you how to play the funk rhythm part. Also included are 3 versions of the jam track in different keys, so that you can practice playing that rhythm in various keys. The second part breaks down the Eric Clapton / Buddy Guy inspired lead which has a lot of dramatic bends.
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Once again, Brian has hit upon a complete lesson that makes it not only fun but fundamental as well!! This one’s that definite “extra” in extraordinary!!
Nice to see the Strat Plus again! Lovely sound.
Really great stuff taught well. Thanks!
Awsome sound, you make it easy to understand fantastik lesson good work brian.
John LeeRay says
by the way can you make more videos about lightnin hopckins, john lee hocker, john hurt, also to drop D blues, would be very welcome man.
Everybody should make a PRemium memberships, so much knowledge. Greetings from Germany.
P.S: Dont put names on the videos Like : Johnny Hurt lesson, otherwise GEMA (GERMANY author’s rights) block them…
Art Lee says
nice piece. ^^
i was thinking… how about giving a tips on how to set up the amp and etc.
love the sound here. 🙂
Brian is the man! Always giving GREAT information. Keep up the hella great work.
I never thought i would be jamming and doing bends like this i’m so glad i found this web site thank you so much Brian you rock as a guitar teacher.
san luis rey says
you are the man!
It’s always worth to dig through your ‘older’ lessons, Brian. An excellent lesson about how to play blues rythm in a more fresh and nevertheless easy way – thank you once again!
David L says
Brian, I’m very new to your website. I’ve been playing guitar for years and have been in several working bands. I’m a visual learner and so pleased with your teaching style. You’ve unlocked musical doors for me.