This is a fairly simple lesson that demonstrates 3 different types of blues turnarounds. If you’re wondering what the heck a turnaround is, it’s what musicians refer to when they’re playing a few licks to get from the end of one verse to the beginning of the next. So in 12 bar blues for example, the turn around is the little riff that you play to get you from the 12th bar, back to the first bar. You’ll recognize it in the video right away because it’s such a familiar / even predictable sound. Even though I only show 3 turnarounds in this video, there are obviously a million different ways to play them. You’ll find that they’re very important to learn because you can just add them to your stockpile of guitar phrases to pull from, so that when it’s time for the turnaround, you’ll have a few options to choose from. Over time you’ll be able to just make them up on your own by playing the notes in the scale in a particular pattern.Anyway, enough of the chatter, check out the video – it really says it all. Oh, I should also mention that there are no jam tracks or tablature with this lesson. I wanted to create something quickly and get it up on the site.