I asked the question on Facebook what type of lesson should I create next? And a few people responded that they would like a lesson on how to make a more interesting rhythm, by mixing in some lead licks at the same time. I grabbed my guitar and came up with a really cool way to play a slow blues rhythm / lead part in the key of A. This is a combination of various artists licks including Eric Clapton and Albert King. The nice thing about learning how to play this way is that you can play all by yourself and sound good – without the need for someone else to accompany you. I’m not much of a singer, so if I’m sitting around the house playing, I find myself playing this style a lot because it sounds good on it’s own – no singers required.This lesson has no jam track or tablature (I simply didn’t have time to create them), so you’ll have to watch the video to learn the parts. If you get stuck or need further clarification with anything, leave a comment on this page and I’ll respond.