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The Blues Scale (Minor Pentatonic) and the Major Pentatonic Scales on the Guitar
 
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Be sure to visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/major-and-minor-blues-pentatonic-scales/ to download the tablature and MP3 Jam track for this lesson. This lesson gives a brief overview of the major and minor pentatonic scales on the guitar, which are (in my opinion) the only 2 scales you really need to know well. You can play just about anything with these 2 scales (in fact, they're the only scales I know!). I give some examples using each scale and explain how the major pentatonic scale is the happier sounding scale, versus the minor pentatonic scale which is more sad (also referred to as the blues scale). Be sure to download the tablature and MP3 jam track for this lesson to practice these!
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Slide Guitar Blues Lesson In Open D On My National Steel NPB12 With Insanity!!!
 
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Hi folks. The guitar is tuned to open D. D A D F# A D. For the record: the 4 chord is on the 5th fret and the 5 chord is on the 7th fret. I get confused. Can you tell? I am deeply appreciative of the good vibes this has caused and am deeply in your debt. Thanks so much!!! Here are some more open D crazy lessons!! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLG-3u5m9JQcZKj4NTXtlIJlt133ADC2qP Slide Blues Lesson In Open D made especially for /r/guitarlessons. I love you guys. In this lesson Messiahsez attempts to capture the essence of the blues. The blues is a cold heart shaking chill. It's something you feel and then it comes out of you. Here is what I said!!! 0:00hi-yah it's tomorrow so I thought I 0:04would just show you the basics of what 0:05is about to happen 0:08okay so first of all you take your index 0:12finger and you're playing on the 5th 0:14string 2nd fret and you play first open 0:20then you play the 2nd you save up to the 0:507th back to the 5th and then on the 5th 1:00straight 1:14now listen to me listen to me right the 1:19fuck now that is the basis of the blues 1:30that's it right there bungo bungo bungo 1:34bong 1:36I want you to understand that when 1:38Stevie Ray Vaughan was gone inside it 1:43hit his goal and then he would go up to 1:47the five chord and he will go it's the 1:50same damn thing stays going that's seven 2:00and the fifth that's right that's all 2:09that's it right there 2:11open D running guitar finger-picking 2:15slide and fucking insanity that's all 2:22why Dada Dada 2:25using this one oh and then I use a 2:31little bit of eyebrow 2:56yeah I'm barring the fucking thing okay 2:59and then up I'm just going and you don't 3:12have to do dontoh there you go 3:35my wife is that's what the blues is 4:08about it's about your life and what's 4:11going on and what's going wrong 4:43so that's the blues so this is for slash 4:47are slash guitar lessons it's Friday 4:50it's not Friday actually it's Thursday 4:53but I'm going to post this on Friday 4:54which is my slash are slash guitar 4:57lessons day and it's open D sounds like 5:15that 5:40that's all I really hope that helps you 5:43know cuz like it's it's like because you 5:47know old people they lose their purpose 5:50in life they're just old and the end is 5:52coming soon and they try to do nice 5:55things for people and hopefully every 5:57once in a while it works Messiahsez Here are a bunch of blues guitar lessons!! Hope you enjoy!! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA5AEBABA46284E2F Messiahsez Thank you all so much. Please Keep smiling!!! PS. I respond to every comment. Feel free to say hi!!!
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How To Play & Create Your Own Blues Riffs - Blues Rhythm Guitar Lessons [BL-210]
 
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In this final installment of the free Blues Rhythm Guitar Intermediate Module we will learn how to make up blues riffs... well a starting point for you to explore from anyhow. There are 3 more lessons that are DVD only, see the web site for more info on them and ordering! Hope you enjoyed the course and see you for many more lessons very soon. The backing track is free on the web site! Find the related course notes on the following link: http://justinguitar.com/en/BL-210-BluesRiffCreating.php The whole series plus bonus lessons are available now on DVD with 3 bonus lessons, mp3's of all the backing tracks and pdf booklet - see the web site for details. Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/jgtr-sub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! See JustinGuitar.com for over 1500 completely free lessons - not random stuff like you find on YouTube, but well structured courses so you can see your progress. Register on the site (still free) get PDF downloads for many lesson, your own dashboard to keep track of your practice, get help with lessons and make requests. It's nearly all 100% free and card details are not needed to register. You have everything to gain, and nothing to lose! My theory course is the best on the web (and one of the very few paid parts of the site) and it's awesome - if your theory is lacking and you wanna fix it - that's the place to go! At my store, you'll find a huge range of super cool guitar themed t-shirts, all my (paper) books, merch and lots more 🙂 and we got proper fun backing tracks for you to jam along with too! • Website https://www.justinguitar.com • Theory Course http://bit.ly/jgtr-theory • JustinGuitar Beginner Song App https://go.onelink.me/3065804798/jgtryt • Store (books/t-shirts/more) http://bit.ly/jgtr-store • Jam Tracks http://bit.ly/jgtr-jams • Instagram http://bit.ly/jgtr-instagram • Facebook http://bit.ly/jgtr-facebook • Twitter http://bit.ly/jgtr-twitter • Forum http://bit.ly/jgtr-community • Workshops http://bit.ly/jgtr-workshops • -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Justin Guitar Beginner Song Course by FourChords for iOS & Android JustinGuitar Easy Guitar Song" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I2F8CDpqWU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Play a Minor Key Composition By Yourself on Guitar Using Only 3 Chords - Blues Guitar Lesson - EP314
 
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In this week's guitar lesson, you'll learn how to play a minor key composition by yourself on guitar using only 3 chords. This works on acoustic or electric guitar. To view the part 2 video for this lesson and download the tablature (and view the interactive tab viewer), visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/minor-key-guitar-composition-can-play-playing-3-chords-ep314/
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What Is The Full Scale? Jimmy Page Style Guitar Lesson
 
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What Is The Full Scale? Jimmy Page Style Guitar Lesson https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/jimmy-page/lessons/adding-the-full-scale VIST THE WEB PAGE ABOVE FOR THE FULL WRITE UP, TAB AND FULL GUITAR COURSE - ALL TOTALLY FREE! Are you enjoying our videos and courses? You can now support us on Patreon by donating any amount from $1 a month! All Patreons get loads of super cool extras, become a major part of our company, and help to keep our content 100% free, forever! Click Here: https://www.patreon.com/yourguitaracademy The full scale is more commonly known as the major or minor scale. However, when you learn the pentatonic scale first, it makes sense to call it the full scale as it turns the 5 note pentatonic into a 7 note 'full' scale! To learn this properly we will take a look at the A minor Pentatonic and the A minor 'full' scale. As you can see, the full scale has two extra notes that will make the scale sound far more 'minor' than the pentatonic does! People often think of it as a darker more moody sound than the minor pentatonic. Let's put this into practice and learn our first shape. We are basing the first shape around the A minor pentatonic shape 1, so it should be fairly familiar territory! Enjoy our 'What Is The Full Scale? Jimmy Page Style Guitar Lesson'? Why not check out the website for the full course absolutely free! https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/jimmy-page/lessons/adding-the-full-scale Also, don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel or like our Facebook and Instagram pages: https://www.facebook.com/yourguitaracademy https://www.instagram.com/yourguitaracademy/ Above all, keep learning and keep having fun! #yourguitaracademy #guitarlessons #learnguitarfree
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How The Blues Scale Is Made - Blues Guitar Lesson #7
 
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THIS WEEK ONLY -- Save 86% and get The Guitar System for just $27! ►https://goo.gl/ZNWWFE Welcome to video seven of the Blues Guitar Quick-Start Series. In this lesson we are going to dig into how the blues scale is actually made. There is going to be some theory involved in this lesson but we will make this as easy and clear as possible for you. In the next lesson you’re going learn how to start choosing your notes in the blues scale instead of just randomly playing through the blues scale. Work through this lesson and then continue on with the Blues Guitar Quick-Start series to learn more. You can find all of the blues guitar lessons here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiyMO_9U8g1Aii7Q3aMgPcjY2mvsH1Zih
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How To Choose Blues Notes - Blues Guitar Lesson #8
 
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THIS WEEK ONLY -- Save 86% and get The Guitar System for just $27! ►https://goo.gl/ZNWWFE Welcome to the eighth video in the Blues Guitar Quick-Start Series. In this lesson you are going to start learning how to choose the notes that you play in the blues scale to fit over the chords in the 12-bar blues progression. This will make you really sound like you know what you are doing instead of just randomly playing through the blues scale shape. In the next lesson we’re going to talk about how to start developing your blues phrasing and self-expression. So work through this lesson and then continue on with the Blues Guitar Quick-Start series to learn more. You can find all of the blues guitar lessons here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiyMO_9U8g1Aii7Q3aMgPcjY2mvsH1Zih You can get the jam-track for this lesson here: - http://www.guitarlessons.com/guitar-lessons/blues-guitar-quick-start-series/how-to-choose-blues-notes/
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Blues Chords And Pentatonic Blues Scales Mixed Together
 
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It's typical for many people to use good old Box 1 because it lines up with the classic "Root on the 6th string" barre chord shape that we all know and love... So in this video, we'll look at how to combine the Major and the Minor Blues Scales over both the "6th string root" chord, and the "5th string root" chord, and how you can practice them at home. Blues Guitar Unleashed Courses - https://gobgu.com/courses
12 Bar Blues in 12 Keys (Guitar Lesson) How to play
 
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In this lesson we will learn how to play a 12 Bar Blues in all 12 keys using a closed (barré) position. You can then play a blues in any key you want and jam along with lots of blues records! Also a big help if you want to work out a blues song - if you work out what the first chord is you know what the other chords are "probably" going to be! Please SUBSCRIBE ►http://bit.ly/jgtr-sub ♥️ Your Support Appreciated! See JustinGuitar.com for over 1500 completely free lessons - not random stuff like you find on YouTube, but well structured courses so you can see your progress. Register on the site (still free) get PDF downloads for many lesson, your own dashboard to keep track of your practice, get help with lessons and make requests. It's nearly all 100% free and card details are not needed to register. You have everything to gain, and nothing to lose! My theory course is the best on the web (and one of the very few paid parts of the site) and it's awesome - if your theory is lacking and you wanna fix it - that's the place to go! At my store, you'll find a huge range of super cool guitar themed t-shirts, all my (paper) books, merch and lots more 🙂 and we got proper fun backing tracks for you to jam along with too! • Website https://www.justinguitar.com • Theory Course http://bit.ly/jgtr-theory • JustinGuitar Beginner Song App https://go.onelink.me/3065804798/jgtryt • Store (books/t-shirts/more) http://bit.ly/jgtr-store • Jam Tracks http://bit.ly/jgtr-jams • Instagram http://bit.ly/jgtr-instagram • Facebook http://bit.ly/jgtr-facebook • Twitter http://bit.ly/jgtr-twitter • Forum http://bit.ly/jgtr-community • Workshops http://bit.ly/jgtr-workshops • -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Justin Guitar Beginner Song Course by FourChords for iOS & Android JustinGuitar Easy Guitar Song" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I2F8CDpqWU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Jimi Hendrix On An Acoustic Guitar(Only known 2 videos RARE)
 
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I'd been searching for this because I wanted to see a video of Jimi Hendrix playing the acoustic guitar. After a lot of digging, I found only 2 known videos of Jimi playing them online. Apologies for the stopping image in the first half that features 'Hear My Train Comin' & the poor quality of the second half of the video that features 'Hound Dog' that was all I could find. This one's an essential rarity. Subscribe on YouTube for more rare music. Like #BOMBEATS on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bombeatsmusic
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Dr John's Best Ever version of "Such a Night" piano blues
 
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"Such A Night" Dr John's best known, most recorded song. I've listened to a dozen different versions of this great piano blues and in my opinion this is the best recording he made from a pianists point of view. Dr John albums: https://bluespianosheets.com/blues-shop/ http://bluespianosheets.com/ Now you can learn to play just like Otis Spann, Vince Weber, Luca Sestak, Chase Garrett, Norah Jones and more. "Dr John" "Dr John Such A Night" "Dr John piano blues" "New Orleans blues" "blues piano" "piano blues" "learn to play blues piano" Blues Piano Sheets the all new channel for everyone who loves the blues and for all the pianists searching for real advanced note for note blues piano sheet music. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiAdNXlk4NBJRRVlmr91gTw Dr John's Best Ever version of "Such a Night" piano blues https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO53Xu6TZBg
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What Are Dorian Chords? Carlos Santana Style Guitar Lesson
 
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What Are Dorian Chords? Carlos Santana Style Guitar Lesson https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/carlos-santana/lessons/dorian-chords-and-rhythm VIST THE WEB PAGE ABOVE FOR THE FULL WRITE UP, TAB AND FULL GUITAR COURSE - ALL TOTALLY FREE! Are you enjoying our videos and courses? You can now support us on Patreon by donating any amount from $1 a month! All Patreons get loads of super cool extras, become a major part of our company, and help to keep our content 100% free, forever! Click Here: https://www.patreon.com/yourguitaracademy Now we have a better understanding of how to use the scale, let's look at the chords. If you remember, A Dorian is essentially the G major scale starting from the 2nd degree. This therefore means that the harmonised chords are exactly the same as in G major. If none of that makes any sense then please check out the 'theory lab' section where we discuss this. However, what's important to us is how those chord compare to the natural minor chords. We can see that the 2nd, 4th and 6th chords are different. These are therefore, the chords you want to highlight to make the progressions sound dorian. For example, you might play Am to Bm as a progression, rather than Am to Bdim in normal minor. Alternatively you may play A minor to D major, rather than A minor to D minor in normal minor. Remember that we have learnt the key of A here, but this applies to any minor key. For example, the 4th chord in any dorian key will be a major chord, the 6th chord in any dorian key will be diminished, and so on! Enjoy our 'What Are Dorian Chords? Carlos Santana Style Guitar Lesson'? Why not check out the website for the full course absolutely free! https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/carlos-santana/lessons/dorian-chords-and-rhythm Also, don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel or like our Facebook and Instagram pages: https://www.facebook.com/yourguitaracademy https://www.instagram.com/yourguitaracademy/ Above all, keep learning and keep having fun! #yourguitaracademy #guitarlessons #learnguitarfree
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New York Jazz Lounge - Bar Jazz Classics
 
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Great compilation of relaxing Bar Jazz Classics. Stream/Download here: https://lnk.to/NYJL_BJC Check out PART II of our Bar Jazz Classics by New York Jazz Lounge here: https://youtu.be/Z-b_Y20L94E NEW UPLOAD: Vocal Jazz Classics: https://youtu.be/KFH046IYwb4 01. All of Me (Gerald Marks/Seymor Simons) 00:00 02. The The A-Train (Billy Streyhorn) 04:30 03. Al the Things You Are (Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein) 08:15 04. Satin Doll (Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorne) 11:49 05. Fly Me to the Moon (Bart Howard) 16:52 06. Autumn Leaves (Jodeph Kosma/Jacqes Prevert) 21:06 07. My Romance (Richard Rogers/Lorenz Hart) 26:20 08. Take Five (Paul Desmonds) 32:05 09. How High the Moon (William Morgan Lewis/Hancy Hamilton) 35:44 10. The More I See You (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon) 39:14 11. Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) 42:58 12. Don't Mean A Thing (Duke Ellington/Irving Mills) 46:38 More Bar Jazz Classics? Click here: https://youtu.be/DpBWUv_91ho Get it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/de/album/bar-jazz-classics/id427094804?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 JazzAndBluesExperience ♫ SUBSCRIBE HERE : http://bit.ly/10VoH4l (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits ! ♫ JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! ♫ Facebook FanPage : http://www.facebook.com/JazznBluesExperience
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I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For - Blues Style 3/15/2014
 
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Chuck and the boys take on a request to turn this U2 song into a "Blues number" This video is part of my onging effort to create videos of a live performance using a multi camera set up. It was edited using Hitfilm 2 Ultimate.
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Look what the Lord has Done Blues Style
 
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Practice for Sunday Worship Service 2/27/16 Guitar: Marvin Ramirez and Ias Torres Vocals: Valerie Ramirez
Kurt Rosenwinkel - This Is What Makes His Style Unique
 
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This Kurt Rosenwinkel Lesson is taking a look at a few phrases from his solo on Nefertiti off the Mark Turner "Ballad Session" album. Kurt has a very unique and strong sense of melody and I am focusing on one aspect of his playing in this video, highlighting melodies that have a large range and move across the barline. Kurt Rosenwinkel is one of the most influential jazz musicians of the last 20 years. His impact on the scene both as a jazz guitarist and as a band leader/composer has been huge. 🔴 Subscribe for more free Jazz Guitar Lessons and Videos: https://bit.ly/JensLessons ☑️ Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jenslarsen/ ✅DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: http://jenslarsen.nl/sign-up-for-my-newsletter/ ▶️ Check out my latest video: https://goo.gl/G16gVx The PDF is available in the Patreon Facebook group If you like this video and want to help translate it into your own language you can do so here: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=esgKwGmyu00&ref=share Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenslarsenYTlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/JensLJazz Snapchat: jenslarsenjazz Instagram: https://instagram.com/jenslarsenjazz/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+JensLarsen/posts/p/pub Tumblr: http://jenslarsenjazz.tumblr.com/ My Gear: Sono Core Vintage 13-53 Strings: http://www.sono-tone.com/products.html QSC K10 Powered Monitor: http://amzn.to/2iPKMza FocusRite Audio Interface: http://amzn.to/2iPKGrd Sennheiser HD215 Headphones: http://amzn.to/2iPKqbQ Lumix G6 Camera: http://amzn.to/2hXxBfJ GuitarPro 7: http://bit.ly/GuitPro GuitarPro 6: http://amzn.to/2iLCZQk Webhosting - Siteground: https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=77f5392e5577969ff5e82a3484f8aff8 John Daw Custom picks: http://dawmanpicks.com/
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Essential Blues Lead Guitar. The Best Blues Guitar Lessons!
 
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Essential Blues Lead Guitar Course Introduction More info and TABs: http://www.justinguitar.com/en/BL-400-EssentialBluesLeadGuitar.php Please subscribe to my channel if you dig what I do! Your support is greatly appreciated and helps me continue to keep it free for everyone! • Please Subscribe To This Channel http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=JustinSandercoeSongs See my web site for hundreds more free lessons, loads of songs and detailed courses for beginners and intermediate players getting into blues, jazz, fingerstyle and many lessons on technique, practice, ear training, theory and loads more… http://www.justinguitar.com And it is all totally free, no bull. No sample lessons, no memberships, no free ebook. Just hundreds of great lessons :) To get help with this lesson and get additional notes and tips, use the Lesson ID in the search box at the top of the web site! Hope you enjoy it - if you do please subscribe to my YouTube Channel and come find me on my socials below. Much appreciate the support! • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/justinguitarofficial • Twitter https://twitter.com/justinsandercoe • JustinGuitar Community (GET HELP HERE) https://www.justinguitarcommunity.com • YouTube Lessons https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinSandercoe • YouTube Songs https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinSandercoeSongs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Justin Guitar Beginner Song Course by FourChords for iOS & Android JustinGuitar Easy Guitar Song" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I2F8CDpqWU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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All About That Bass - Postmodern Jukebox European Tour Version
 
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How To Play Blues Rhythm Like John Mayer (Part 3) - Trio Style Guitar Lesson
 
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How To Play Blues Rhythm Like John Mayer (Part 3) - Trio Style Guitar Lesson https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/john-mayer/lessons/trio-john VIST THE WEB PAGE ABOVE FOR THE FULL WRITE UP, TAB AND FULL GUITAR COURSE - ALL TOTALLY FREE! Are you enjoying our videos and courses? You can now support us on Patreon by donating any amount from $1 a month! All Patreons get loads of super cool extras, become a major part of our company, and help to keep our content 100% free, forever! Click Here: https://www.patreon.com/yourguitaracademy Now you have the basic notes and rhythm together, let's look at the technique behind the scratchy sound. You will notice that the playing hand is generally strumming 5 or 6 strings, and yet you only hear the single note. This is crucial to get the very 'fat' sound that you hear on the track. Try to take the notes we learnt last time and add this new technique to them. This is definitely not going to sound great when you first try it, so keep plugging away until it cleans up a little. Enjoy our 'How To Play Blues Rhythm Like John Mayer (Part 3) - Trio Style Guitar Lesson'? Why not check out the website for the full course absolutely free! https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/john-mayer/lessons/trio-john Also, don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel or like our Facebook and Instagram pages: https://www.facebook.com/yourguitaracademy https://www.instagram.com/yourguitaracademy/ Above all, keep learning and keep having fun! #yourguitaracademy #guitarlessons #learnguitarfree
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Texas Style Rhythm Guitar Lesson Beginners 12-Bar Blues Progression
 
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This Blues Guitar Lesson will show how to play a Texas-Style Rhythm Progression in 'E' Blues. The objective of this video series is to help establish a foundation of guitar fundamentals by applying various playing techniques (rhythm, fingerstyle, and soloing) to various styles of music. The more playing styles and techniques a guitarist can learn, the more diverse and self-sufficient a guitarist will become. A self-sufficient guitarist can then teach themselves, communicate with other musicians, and even write their own music once a solid foundation of fundamentals is established. The Creative Guitarist Method Series was written and designed by Kevin J. Paluzzi of Paluzzi Guitar Instruction in San Diego, CA. For more information on private lessons and books, go to: http://www.PaluzziGuitar.com There really isn’t any one particular playing style or technique required in order to classify someone as a guitarist. For example, Andres Segovia, Bob Dylan, and Carlos Santana are all considered legendary performing guitarists, but each has his own particular style or technique (fingerstyle, strumming, and soloing) for playing. Every guitarist will have their own personal preferences when it comes to what style of music they would initially like to learn. Some may have a more-specific goal (singer/songwriter, soloist, etc.), while others may prefer a more general or overall approach to learning various playing styles and techniques. This series of books and videos are designed with a ‘pick and choose’ topic format (songwriting, soloing, etc.) so that once the Guitar Basics are completed, the guitarist can decide to focus on whatever topic he or she wishes study. A Texas-style Blues rhythm features strummed chords played in combination with a walking bass line. The progression here will feature new variations added to the standard twelve-bar format from previous lessons, including rhythm changes, chord substitutions, and a false ending. The following video will provide a step-by-step approach. The Intro is a standard Blues riff in ‘E’ that ends with a strummed ‘E’ chord. For tempo, ‘count’ the Intro as: ‘1-2-3 - 1-2-3 - 1-2-3 - 1... ’ with the last sustained ‘1' count being the strummed ‘E’ chord. After the strummed ‘E’ chord, the slash marks (‘ / ’) represent an extra ‘lead-in’ count (‘ ...2 - 3 - 4...’) that can be counted aloud, silently, or tapped in order to establish a tempo to begin the twelve-bar progression. The actual Texas-style rhythm begins on Bar 1. Initially, count each bar/section as: ‘1 - 2... 1 - 2 - 3 - 1 - 2 - 3...’, with the first ‘1-2' counts being the strummed ‘E’ chord followed by a six-note bass line riff. As an alternative, each bar can be counted in ‘fours’ (‘1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4'). Regardless of the count used, the key is to capture a rhythm like that of a cowboy riding a slow, galloping horse. Bars 5-6 feature a chord change to an ‘A7' chord. The same ‘Texas-style’ strum pattern continues, with the only difference being the same initial six-note bass line simply shifts up one string to be played. Bars 7-8 return back to ‘E’ with the same rhythm pattern played in Bars 1-4. Try combining Bars 1-8 together before moving on to Bars 9-12. For Bars 9-10, a rhythm change occurs, referred to here as a ‘Walk in the Park’ rhythm due to its easy-going strum pattern (‘down-up... down-up-up-down’). When switching from ‘B7' to ‘A7', simultaneously shift the second and third fingers together up one string along the second fret. For Bar 11, return back to the initial Texas rhythm in ‘E’. The twelfth bar features a turnaround that ends Verse 1 and ‘leads-in’ to Verse 2. The same ‘B7' chord shape in Bar 9 is used for the turnaround, using all downstrokes to change the tempo (‘1-2-3-1-2-3-1-2-3-1-2-3') and to ‘revup’ into Verse 2. After the turnaround, the progression repeats. In Verse 2, the Ending section replaces the turnaround. A twelve-bar progression typically ends with a strummed chord at the twelfth bar. Here, the Ending is extended with an added Outro section, making what appears to be the strummed ‘E’ ending actually the ‘false’ ending. Note the seventh chords (‘A7' and ‘B7’) being used instead of the standard or primary chords (‘A’ and ‘E’) from the Key of ‘E’. This seventh chord substitution is common in many Blues rhythm progressions.
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Chris Stapleton - Tennessee Whiskey (Audio)
 
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Purchase Chris Stapleton’s latest music: http://umgn.us/chrisstapletonpurchase Stream the latest from Chris Stapleton: http://umgn.us/chrisstapletonstream Sign up to receive email updates from Chris Stapleton: http://umgn.us/chrisstapletonupdates Website: http://www.chrisstapleton.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisstapletonofficial Instagram: https://instagram.com/castapleton Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisStapleton Music video by Chris Stapleton performing Tennessee Whiskey. (C) 2015 Mercury Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. #ChrisStapleton #TennesseeWhiskey #Vevo #Country
Views: 363196062 ChrisStapletonVEVO
THE GUITAR 1929-1969 | THE PLAYERS YOU NEED TO KNOW
 
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In this episode I discuss the guitar players that every serious guitarist should know between 1929-1969. A comprehensive guide of styles covering Classical, Blues, Jazz, Country and Rock & Roll. My Links: RICK BEATO SUMMER MASTERCLASS → https://bit.ly/2JA5Wzh BUY THE BEATO BOOK HERE → http://bit.ly/2uTQFlo Follow my Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rickbeato1/ **Advanced Harmonic Concepts for Composition and Improvisation Video Course** → www.flatfiv.com SUBSCRIBE HERE → http://bit.ly/2eEs9gX BEATO MUSIC FORUM → forum.rickbeato.com —————————————————————————————————————— My Links to Follow: YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/RickBeato Personal Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rick.beato.1 Follow On Twitter - @rickbeato www.nuryl.com
Views: 1548551 Rick Beato
Do This EVERY Time You Practice (Play What You Hear in Your Head)
 
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It doesn’t matter whether you have a practice routine planned or not, what I’m showing you in this video is so important that it needs to be done every single practice session. This short routine is something that is going to help you improve your; chords, rhythm guitar, scales, keys and most importantly - your ear. Not to mention, if you stay consistent with this, you will have a routine that will allow you to begin playing the music that you hear in your head. Join the Members Area for more high-quality lessons: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio --------------------------------------------------------------- My MAIN YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/creativeguitarstudio ____________________________________ TWITTER FEED: http://twitter.com/andrewwasson Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Wasson/76585035288 ____________________________________ OFFICIAL Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ ____________________________________ ANDREW WASSON - Personal Website: http://www.andrewwasson.com (weekly postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts) ____________________________________ CLOTHING: Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: http://www.zazzle.com/creativeguitarstudio/gifts ____________________________________ #guitar #powerchord #songs
Views: 29498 creativeguitarstudio
Do You Need to Know this Chord? | Tuesday Blues #168
 
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In this lesson we're going to take a quick look at the diminished 7th chord. We'll build it from the ground up using the chord formula plus we'll have a look at a specific way to use this chord in a basic blues tune. LESSON PAGE: https://goo.gl/xRwVvb POSTING SCHEDULE New Blues focused guitar lesson posted every single Tuesday. SUBSCRIBE to learn how to play Great Acoustic! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcWTzJSRsSyZg8WysFNY6jg?sub_confirmation=1 FREE MINI-COURSE: "Acoustic Blues Jumpstart: How to Get Started Playing the Blues" http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/free-member-jumpstart/ CHECK OUT ALL THE TUESDAY BLUES LESSONS: http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/tuesdayblues LET'S CONNECT! -- http://www.facebook.com/bluesguitarinstitute -- http://twitter.com/johnfhatcher
Turnaround Blues Guitar Licks - Blues Guitar Lesson #10
 
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THIS WEEK ONLY -- Save 86% and get The Guitar System for just $27! ►https://goo.gl/ZNWWFE Welcome to video ten of the Blues Guitar Quick-Start Series. In this lesson we are going to talk about blues turnaround licks. I’m going to show you exactly what they are, and then you are going to learn a few blues turnaround licks for yourself. In the next lesson you’re going to apply everything you’ve learned so far to interjecting some blues lead licks into the intermediate rhythm blues riff that we back in lesson five. So work through this lesson and then continue on with the Blues Guitar Quick-Start series to learn more. You can find all of the blues guitar lessons here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiyMO_9U8g1Aii7Q3aMgPcjY2mvsH1Zih You can get the jam-track for this lesson here: - http://www.guitarlessons.com/guitar-lessons/blues-guitar-quick-start-series/turnaround-blues-guitar-licks/
Views: 27513 GuitarLessons
How To Understand The Style of Jazz Solos
 
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The Style of a Jazz Solo is about how the notes are used in melodies and against the chords. John Coltrane and Lester Young are mostly playing the same notes, and they are more similar than different. Yet if you listen to Jazz, they are worlds apart. In this video, I am going to take a phrase from Lester Young, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, and Joe Henderson and then compare how they improvise in their solos. This will give you a clear picture of why these styles sound so different and also some ideas on what and how to work on your own playing to sound the way you want to. I am curious what you guys think! Content: 0:00 Intro 0:12 4 Solos From Different Styles 0:27 Working on knowing different Styles of phrasing and improvising 0:41 #1 Lester Young - All Of Me 0:52 Analysing Lester - Melodies on top of the chords 2:15 Example #1 Slow 2:37 #2 Charlie Parker - Anthropology 2:41 Bebop - Forward motion and Harmony 3:50 Example #2 Slow 4:00 #3 John Coltrane - Take The Coltrane 4:08 Painting on a Chord Progression - Abstraction on a Blues 5:36 Example #3 Slow 5:54 #4 Joe Henderson - Solid 6:07 Hardbop - New Melodies and Old Blues 7:38 Example #4 Slow 7:56 What Do You Think Is The Difference between the Styles 8:20 Like The Video? Check out my Patreon Page 🔴 Subscribe for more free Jazz Guitar Lessons and Videos: https://bit.ly/JensLessons ☑️ Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jenslarsen/ ✅DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: http://jenslarsen.nl/sign-up-for-my-newsletter/ ▶️ Check out my latest video: https://goo.gl/G16gVx 🎸Join us in the Facebook Jazz Guitar Group Community: http://bit.ly/InsidersFBGroup If you like this video and want to help translate it into your own language you can do so here: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=XXXXXXXXXX&ref=share Edited by Luciano Poli Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenslarsenYTlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/JensLJazz Instagram: https://instagram.com/jenslarsenjazz/ My Book: Modern Jazz Guitar Concepts: https://amzn.to/2HoG4Eg My Gear: https://www.amazon.com/shop/jenslarsen Camera 1: https://amzn.to/2ERQjir Camera 2: http://amzn.to/2hXxBfJ Lens: https://amzn.to/2WGJLxo Video Lights: https://amzn.to/2MUpwVF Great Safe Gigbag: https://amzn.to/2E9xKXb SonoCore Strings: 13-53 https://amzn.to/2Ya2uPI Powered Monitor: http://amzn.to/2iPKMza Audio Interface: http://amzn.to/2iPKGrd Notation Software: http://bit.ly/GuitPro Notation Software: http://amzn.to/2iLCZQk John Daw Custom picks: http://dawmanpicks.com/
Views: 6668 Jens Larsen
What was that Noise Blues Style
 
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Dec 19, 2011 - The only way to tell a story at this party is to sing it! :)
Views: 110 JOCKSFAMILY
What The Chuck.....Berry Style Guitar Licks By Scott Grove
 
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http://www.groovymusiclessons.com You can purchase the 200 plus hours of lessons for only $25. The deal of the century!
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Electric Blues Turnaround Lick
 
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Chris Liepe of JamPlay teaches a classic blues style turnaround lick. It's great to get a few of these under your belt so you can really drive home some of your blues solos. Find more great licks and lessons at JamPlay! http://www.jamplay.com/youtube7/ Go on, take a little peak at our blog: http://www.JamPlay.com/blog/ What's this? Another awesome lick from Chris: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG5Hl361I4E Why not check out tons of awesome licks from Chris in his "Liepe's Licks" YouTube exclusive series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZntkuoDTKn0Mjj9WGHHoDMpqf0PI77Op Had enough licks? Click for some great finger exercises and brush up on your skills: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX1ac3bDUXU . JamPlay™ is the #1 source for video-based, online guitar lessons. If you are just getting started with learning to play guitar or are interested in improving your guitar skills, you have come to the right place. **Over 4,500 Guitar Lessons in Full HD** Beginner to advanced, heavy metal to country; we have the video guitar lessons you need to develop your playing. Our guitar lessons are filmed with multiple HD cameras and stream to any mobile device or computer. **Learn to Play Songs** Follow your dream and learn to play your favorite songs. Our song lessons are proven to help you learn songs fast, easy, and accurately. **Get Instant Access** Signup today and get instant access to all video lessons from all instructors! You will also enjoy live guitar lessons for up to 8 hours each day, and access to all teaching tools, libraries, and community features. http://www.jamplay.com/
Views: 11652 JamPlay
So what, so funky - George Benson Style Improvisation with Tabs - Achim Kohl - Jazz Guitar
 
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my own version of "so what" from Miles Davis, If you want to play a transcription of this solo, go to https://www.klangfarbe-noten-shop.de/en/Noten-Download/jazzgitarre-17/solos/so-what-so-funky-jazz-guitar-solo-achim-kohl.html
Views: 75656 Achim Kohl
what a difference a day made - chord lesson with tab - gypsy style -
 
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Views: 5844 Chris.Cargo .Guitar
What Is The Dorian Mode? Carlos Santana Style Guitar Lesson
 
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What Is The Dorian Mode? Carlos Santana Style Guitar Lesson https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/carlos-santana/lessons/the-dorian-mode VIST THE WEB PAGE ABOVE FOR THE FULL WRITE UP, TAB AND FULL GUITAR COURSE - ALL TOTALLY FREE! Are you enjoying our videos and courses? You can now support us on Patreon by donating any amount from $1 a month! All Patreons get loads of super cool extras, become a major part of our company, and help to keep our content 100% free, forever! Click Here: https://www.patreon.com/yourguitaracademy To put it simply, the Dorian mode is a major scale starting from the 2nd note. However, it is often the simplicity of this idea that makes it so hard to understand! So, the 2nd degree of any major scale is harmonised to a minor chord (see the theory lab beginners essentials). This therefore, makes the dorian scale a minor scale. To fully understand the workings of the dorian scale, we need to compare it to the natural minor scale. So, below we have written out the A Minor scale and the A Dorian scale. Remember that in order to work out the A Dorian scale, we simply wrote out the G major scale, but starting on A. We can see that the only difference between the two scales is the 6th note, which is raised in the Dorian scale. Therefore, all we have to do to create any dorian scale is take our minor scale shapes, and when we hit the 6th note, sharpen it and voila! Dorian! There is a lot more we need to discover about the Dorian mode, but this is a great start! Enjoy our 'What Is The Dorian Mode? Carlos Santana Style Guitar Lesson'? Why not check out the website for the full course absolutely free! https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/carlos-santana/lessons/the-dorian-mode Also, don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel or like our Facebook and Instagram pages: https://www.facebook.com/yourguitaracademy https://www.instagram.com/yourguitaracademy/ Above all, keep learning and keep having fun! #yourguitaracademy #guitarlessons #learnguitarfree
Views: 11615 Your Guitar Academy
Blues Guitar Lesson for Beginners - 12-Bar Shuffle Progression in E
 
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This rhythm guitar lesson will show how play a twelve bar Blues progression in the Key of 'E' Blues on Acoustic guitar. The ‘E’ Blues shuffle rhythm is a twelve-bar Blues progression played in the Key of ‘E’ Blues, featuring added variations of strum patterns and chord voicings. This Blues guitar lesson will provide a step-by-step approach to learning the complete twelve-bar progression. The objective of this video series is to help establish a foundation of guitar fundamentals by applying various playing techniques (rhythm, fingerstyle, and soloing) to various styles of music. The more playing styles and techniques a guitarist can learn, the more diverse and self-sufficient a guitarist will become. A self-sufficient guitarist can then teach themselves, communicate with other musicians, and even write their own music once a solid foundation of fundamentals is established. The Creative Guitarist Method Series was written and designed by Kevin J. Paluzzi of Paluzzi Guitar Instruction in San Diego, CA. For more information on private lessons and books, go to: http://www.PaluzziGuitar.com There really isn’t any one particular playing style or technique required in order to classify someone as a guitarist. For example, Andres Segovia, Bob Dylan, and Carlos Santana are all considered legendary performing guitarists, but each has his own particular style or technique (fingerstyle, strumming, and soloing) for playing. Every guitarist will have their own personal preferences when it comes to what style of music they would initially like to learn. Some may have a more-specific goal (singer/songwriter, soloist, etc.), while others may prefer a more general or overall approach to learning various playing styles and techniques. This series of books and videos are designed with a ‘pick and choose’ topic format (songwriting, soloing, etc.) so that once the Guitar Basics are completed, the guitarist can decide to focus on whatever topic he or she wishes study. Bars 1-4 Each bar starts with a four-beat ‘E’ shuffle, with the third finger ‘tapping’ the fourth fret every third beat. The last four beats of Bar 1 feature a three-note riff played on the last three beats. For Bar 2, the last four beats feature a two-note riff played on the middle beats. Add vibrato to the last note played in Bars 2 & 4. Bars 5-8 For Bars 5-6, the same shuffle rhythm in Bars 1-2 shifts up one string to play the ‘A’ shuffle. For Bars 7-8, shift back to the initial ‘E’ shuffle. Before moving on to Bar 9, practice combining Bars 1-8. Bars 9-11 Bar 9 features a ‘B5’ power chord using the same ‘Walk in the Park’ rhythm (‘down-up... down-up-up-down’) used in both Texas-style rhythm patterns from previous lessons. Note how the ‘B5' chord provides more of a ‘Rock-style’ sound when compared to the ‘B7' chords used in both Texas-style rhythms. For Bar 10, the chord shift from ‘B5' to ‘A5’ requires only a slight adjustment of flattening the first finger along the second fret. For Bar 11, return to the initial ‘E’ shuffle rhythm. Bar 12 - Turnaround The ‘B5' chord is used for the turnaround, using all down-strokes to change the tempo (‘1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3') as a way to ‘lead-in’ or ‘rev-up’ into Verse 2. Practice combining Bars 11-12, then combine Bars 9-12 together before attempting to play all twelve bars together. Ending At the end of Verse 2, the Ending section is played at Bar 12 in place of the turnaround. The x’s represent either a palm-mute or a rest in between strummed chords. Before attempting the complete two-verse progression, practice combining Bars 11-12 of Verse 2. Additional Notes The ‘Texas Blues Rhythm’, the ‘Alternate Texas Rhythm’, and the ‘E Blues Shuffle’ progressions are all in the Key of ‘E’ Blues. To add variation to an ‘E’ Blues rhythm, all three progression can be played together in succession within the same arrangement. With an understanding of keys (Songwriting/Theory - 1) it can be seen how all three progressions feature the three primary chords from the Key of ‘E’ (‘E’, ‘A’, and ‘B’) with various chord substitutions (‘A7', ‘B7', ‘A5', ‘B5’) made to slightly alter the mood or tone within each progression. When repeating verses, various bars or sections from either progression can be interchanged with another.
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Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson Beginners - 12 Bar Shuffle Progression in A
 
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This rhythm guitar lesson for beginners will show how to play a complete 12-bar blues progression using a shuffle rhythm. The objective of this video series is to help establish a foundation of guitar fundamentals by applying various playing techniques (rhythm, fingerstyle, and soloing) to various styles of music. The more playing styles and techniques a guitarist can learn, the more diverse and self-sufficient a guitarist will become. A self-sufficient guitarist can then teach themselves, communicate with other musicians, and even write their own music once a solid foundation of fundamentals is established. The Creative Guitarist Method Series was written and designed by Kevin J. Paluzzi of Paluzzi Guitar Instruction in San Diego, CA. For more information on private lessons and books, go to: http://www.PaluzziGuitar.com There really isn’t any one particular playing style or technique required in order to classify someone as a guitarist. For example, Andres Segovia, Bob Dylan, and Carlos Santana are all considered legendary performing guitarists, but each has his own particular style or technique (fingerstyle, strumming, and soloing) for playing. Every guitarist will have their own personal preferences when it comes to what style of music they would initially like to learn. Some may have a more-specific goal (singer/songwriter, soloist, etc.), while others may prefer a more general or overall approach to learning various playing styles and techniques. This series of books and videos are designed with a ‘pick and choose’ topic format (songwriting, soloing, etc.) so that once the Guitar Basics are completed, the guitarist can decide to focus on whatever topic he or she wishes study. Most Blues songs are based from a twelve-bar format, and becoming familiar with a twelve-bar shuffle rhythm is essential for any Blues guitarist. A shuffle rhythm involves strumming two adjacent strings, with the lower string providing a steady bass line while the higher string is periodically ‘tapped’ to a higher fret. This video will provide a step-by-step approach on how to play the complete progression. A 12-Bar Blues consists of twelve sections or bars. Each bar consists of eight beats (‘1-2-3-4-1-2-3-4'), which equates to two ‘taps’ (third finger to fourth fret) each bar. The letter name of each shuffle rhythm is determined by its bass note (‘A’ = open fifth string). The first four bars are in ‘A’, consisting of 32 total beats or eight total ‘taps’ of the third finger. Strum just the fourth and fifth strings and maintain a consistent tempo by not adding or deleting from the 32-beat count.) Bar 5 shifts to a ‘D’ shuffle. Focus on clarity by strumming just the third and fourth strings. (Some may prefer to use the left hand thumb to mute the sixth string when playing the ‘D’ shuffle). Bars 7-8 return back to the ‘A’ shuffle. Try playing Bars 1-8 together (right) before moving on to Bars 9-12. Bar 9 features a switch to an ‘E’ shuffle played for just one bar (two ‘taps’). For Bar 10, the fretting hand ‘leaps over’ two strings to play a ‘D’ shuffle, then shifts down to ‘A’ for Bar 11. Focus on clarity by playing just two strings for each bar, sounding the proper bass notes clearly for each shuffle. A turnaround is a standard technique used in Blues that creates tension at the end of one verse in order to ‘lead-in’ to another verse. When combining Bars 11-12 of Verse 1, maintain a steady tempo by following the suggested ‘count’ shown in the Tab section below. Practice combining Bars 11-12, then Bars 9-12 before attempting the complete progression (Bars 1-12). At the end of the twelfth bar of Verse 2, substitute the Ending in place of the turnaround used in Verse 1. A suggested count for Bars 11-12 of Verse 2 is shown below the above Tab, with the x’s representing the silent or muted third and fourth beats of the bar. Note how both the Turnaround and Ending sections each begin with a solid ‘1 - 2' count of the ‘A’ shuffle. Getting all five strings of the ‘A7' chord to ring clearly may initially be a challenge.
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Creep - Vintage Postmodern Jukebox Radiohead Cover ft. Haley Reinhart
 
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On Spotify: http://smarturl.it/pmjcomplete Order CDs / Vinyl: http://www.shoppmj.com Get tix to see PMJ on tour: http://www.pmjtour.com Get Scott's book about PMJ: http://smarturl.it/sboutsidethejukebox One of the highlights of our 2015 European tour was Haley Reinhart's masterful interpretation of our vintage arrangement of Radiohead's "Creep" (originally performed on this channel by the amazing Karen Marie). I enjoyed it so much that I brought Haley into a studio in Zurich on our day off to record it. If you haven't heard Haley sing this before, get ready for a truly remarkable performance. Oh yeah- and this was the very first take. Subscribe to Haley's youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwXYEA4cQYBSqYQDkN5xQzA Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: http://postmodernjukebox.com/ https://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox The Band: Haley Reinhart - vocals http://www.facebook.com/HaleyReinhart http://www.instagram.com/haleyreinhart http://www.twitter.com/haleyreinhart Ben Golder-Novick - sax http://www.facebook.com/benthesaxguy James Hall - trombone http://www.jameshallmusic.com Adam Kubota - bass http://www.facebook.com/adamkubotabass Chip Thomas - drums http://www.twitter.com/chipfunky Scott Bradlee - piano Arrangement by Scott Bradlee http://www.youtube.com/scottbradlee http://www.instagram.com/scottbradlee http://www.facebook.com/scottbradleemusic See Postmodern Jukebox LIVE: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | Tickets On Sale NOW for the US/Canada, UK, Europe, Australia/NZ, Asia — find over 100 dates on sale right NOW! Postmodern Jukebox’s Home On The Web: http://smarturl.it/pmjwebyt Join the PMJ Inner circle! New Videos, Tour Dates & More: http://smarturl.it/pmjsignupyt Shop our Vintage Swag: http://smarturl.it/shoppmjyt
Views: 63789309 PostmodernJukebox
You Can Always Tell - Acoustic Fingerpicking Blues - Blind Boy Fuller/Baby Tate style
 
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I teach this song in my lesson pack volume 8 (TAB + video) https://www.daddystovepipe.com/guitar-lesson-pack-tabs-volume-8.php Drop D tuning but a half step low (C# G# C# F# A# D# low to high) I'm playing a restored Stella from around 1927 I did the artwork (a gloomy Robert Johnson) by myself, acrylic on canvas.
Views: 3383 daddystovepipe
What a friend we have in Jesus, blues style. http://caughtnottaught.blogspot.com
 
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What a friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and griefs to bear! What a privilege to carry everything to God in prayer! O what peace we often forfeit, O what needless pain we bear, all because we do not carry everything to God in prayer. Have we trials and temptations? Is there trouble anywhere? We should never be discouraged; take it to the Lord in prayer. Can we find a friend so faithful who will all our sorrows share? Jesus knows our every weakness; take it to the Lord in prayer. Are we weak and heavy laden, cumbered with a load of care? Precious Savior, still our refuge; take it to the Lord in prayer. Do thy friends despise, forsake thee? Take it to the Lord in prayer! In his arms he'll take and shield thee; thou wilt find a solace there.
Views: 546 caughtnottaught
Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying
 
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Album: Too Much Weekend https://amzn.to/2SwXcKO Lyrics: The sky is cryin....Can't you see the tears roll down the street The sky is cryin....Can't you see the tears roll down the street I've been looking for my baby And I wonder where can she be I saw my baby early one morning....She was walking on down the street I saw my baby early this morning....She was walking on down the street You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad Made my poor heart skip a beat I've got a real real real real bad feelin That my baby she don't love me no more I've got a real real bad feelin that my baby don't love me no more You know the sky, the sky's been cryin Can you see the tears roll down my nose "The Sky Is Crying" is a song that has become a blues standard.It was written and recorded by Elmore James in 1959 If you are an artist and want to be featured on the channel see this link: https://www.donstunes.com/getfeatured/ #SlowBlues #ElectricBlues ------------------------------ Don's Tunes on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dondraperstunes/ Blues & Jazz Group: https://goo.gl/72sLfA Don's Tunes on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mr.don.draper/ Don's Tunes of Spotify: http://goo.gl/ENqKEE Don's Tunes on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DonsTunes
Views: 93227985 Don's Tunes
That's What I Like - Bruno Mars (Rat Pack Style Cover) ft. LaVance Colley & Lee Howard
 
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Postmodern Jukebox Rat Pack style cover of "That's What I Like" by Bruno Mars ft. LaVance Colley & Lee Howard. Learn More About This Cover : http://smarturl.it/pmjoutside Get the song: http://smarturl.it/pmjwhatilike | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subPMJ Live show tix: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | "LWYMMD" - T Swift (Cover): https://youtube.com/watch?v=yjiupe-odRQ&list=PL7A4D9C100657150E Watch PMJ superstar LaVance Colley take Bruno Mars back to the days of the Rat Pack, with the help of tap dance phenom Lee Howard! See Postmodern Jukebox LIVE: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | Tickets On Sale NOW for the US/Canada, UK, Europe, Australia/NZ, Asia — find over 100 dates on sale right NOW! Follow Postmodern Jukebox: Facebook: https://facebook.com/postmodernjukebox Instagram: https://instagram.com/pmjofficial/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pmjofficial Watch More Postmodern Jukebox: Latest Videos: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7A4D9C100657150E Popular Videos: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJZH8sevmMq5rnnzsmkbteoFOWCdBx24u Watch by Genre: https://youtube.com/user/ScottBradleeLovesYa/playlists?sort=dd&view=50&shelf_id=18 Watch by Decade: https://youtube.com/user/ScottBradleeLovesYa/playlists?sort=dd&shelf_id=21&view=50 Watch by Mood: https://youtube.com/user/ScottBradleeLovesYa/playlists?sort=dd&view=50&shelf_id=16 Listen to Postmodern Jukebox on: iTunes: http://bit.ly/itunesPMJ Spotify: http://bit.ly/spotifyPMJ Google Play: http://bit.ly/googlePMJ ____________________________________________ Follow The Musicians: LaVance Colley (Vocals) http://lavancecolley.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/lavancecolley/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/lavancecolley Twitter: http://twitter.com/lavancecolley Lee Howard (Tap Dance) Facebook: https://facebook.com/leehowfasho/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/leehowfasho Twitter: http://twitter.com/leehowfasho Jacob Scesney (Sax): Instagram: http://instagram.com/jsayswho Brian Mantz (Trumpet) Lemar Guillary (Trombone): Instagram: http://instagram.com/lemarguillary Adam Kubota (Bass) Instagram: http://instagram.com/adamkubota_bass Facebook: http://facebook.com/adamkubotabass Dave Tedeschi (Drums): Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/davetedeschi Scott Bradlee (Piano) YouTube: http://youtube.com/scottbradlee Facebook: http://facebook.com/scottbradleemusic Instagram: http://instagram.com/scottbradlee Twitter: http://twitter.com/scottbradlee Arrangement by: Scott Bradlee Engineered by: Matt Telford Video by: Braverijah Sage ____________________________________________ Postmodern Jukebox’s Home On The Web: http://smarturl.it/pmjwebyt Join the PMJ Inner circle! New Videos, Tour Dates & More: http://smarturl.it/pmjsignupyt Shop our Vintage Swag: http://smarturl.it/shoppmjyt
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What A Style
 
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Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS What A Style · June Caravel, Frederic Scamps Blues Music Lover Club ℗ Songtradr, Inc Released on: 2017-08-25 Author: June Caravel Frederic Scamps Composer: June Caravel Frederic Scamps Auto-generated by YouTube.
Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines ft. T.I., Pharrell (Official Music Video)
 
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Watch the UNRATED version only on VEVO: http://vevo.ly/W0OCcA Download the album in US now! http://smarturl.it/BlurredAlbum Click here for a special customized canvas of Blurred Lines: http://smarturl.it/CapThicke Watch him perform live on Interscope Introducing : http://smarturl.it/RTIntroducing Music video by Robin Thicke performing Blurred Lines. (C) 2013 Star Trak, LLC #RobinThicke #BlurredLines #Vevo #Pop
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B.B. King Clinic 5/5 - Strings & Articulation
 
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One of my heroes, B.B. King. I could listen to the man talk all day. Part One: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6frfQ72mQeA Part Two: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPcSfD5clok Part Three: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-cdd28Ae60 Part Four: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCkDgGTVGqM Part Five: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Heii5Q8Wqmc
Views: 263511 WayOutNowhere
What Is Silva's Style Of Play? | Toffee Blue View
 
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Terry, Max and Gerry take a look at Marco Silva so far and discuss what actually is his style of play. Subscribe to The Toffee Blues YouTube channel! Leave the video a like and also leave your thoughts in the comments #MarcoSilva #Everton #ToffeeBlues
Mark Knopfler on Guitars
 
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Taken from “Soundbreaking” documentary © 2016 Higher Ground LLC vk.com/markknopfler
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Monday Blues Advanced Jam Lesson
 
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This is a SNEAK PEAK at a lesson that is part of our Blues Violin Course at the Fiddle Jam Institute. You can skip to 2:39 if you want to just hear me play an example of what I teach, but otherwise, see the school store at www.fiddlejaminstitute.com for more info! Note: Every lesson in this course has both near-beginner info AND advanced techniques for when you are ready. The course features "In-the-style-of" famous artists that represent the four directions of American Blues: North, South, East and Western Blues styles (like this one). Enjoy! Leave me some comments!
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Guitar Lesson 32: What can we learn from the playing style of Dave Gilmour?
 
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Use the timestamps (click on them) below in the description to browse this episode and jump to the relevant part. Listen to the full episode here: https://soundcloud.com/tunein-toneup/ Website: https://tunein-toneup.com/ Main timings 02:29 Initial thoughts about Gilmour’s playing style 10:16 Backing track jam 1 with lick trading and improvising from both Dan and I – This is the shortened version (go to our website to hear the whole thing or listen at the end of this video) 11:56 What can we notice from trying to play with Gilmour in mind? 17:09 Think in terms of notes rather than scales 27:25 Incorporating bass notes 28:48 2nd Backing track improvisation 33:00 Gilmour: Flangers, choruses, MXR Dynocomp, delays and reverbs for atmosphere, MGP SPC, powered pickups 43:53 Bending exercises 49:13 Theory on vibrato Listen to our latest episode on SoundCloud (like, follow, chat and share): https://soundcloud.com/tunein-toneup/guitar-lesson-32-what-can-we-take-from-the-style-of-david-gilmour You can also listen, subscribe, rate and review at iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/guitar-lessons-tune-in-tone-up-podcast/id1187509288?mt=2 In guitar lesson 32, Dan and I take a look at some general ideas which you can take from David Gilmour’s playing. He plays with such meaning and purpose and the most incredible tone and yet what he plays is not usually technically too difficult. Using a style backing track, Dan and I look at how Gilmour uses dynamics, phrasing, bending, vibrato and intelligent note choices deeply connected to the chords which he plays over. We hope that this type of exploration, rather than note for note copying, will help you to actually be able to incorporate some of this in your own playing. Detailed timings: 00:33 INTRO 01:26 START 02:29 First thoughts from both of us considering what it is about Gilmour's style that is so enthralling and popular 02:51 EXCERPT Shine on you Crazy Diamond 09:33 so what we're gonna do is take a style backing track and improvise over it to see what Gilmourisms come out 10:16 Backing track jam 1 with lick trading and improvising from both Dan and I 11:56 What can we notice from trying to play with Gilmour in mind? Dynamics, space, bends, pentatonic patterns, swapping notes, positional playing, economical playing 13:56 EXCERPT Comfortably Numb 17:09 Players looking for things in the wrong places - think in terms of notes rather than scales 19:26 For example, play minor pentatonic over Blues but just include the major 6th 22:19 Connecting to chords by thinking about the notes, targetting and listening carefully to the chords you play over 22:28 EXCERPT Echoes 27:25 The rich, gutteral, growly, gritty bass notes and using them when others don't so much 28:48 backing track again just after sorrow 30:52 Using the volume and tone pots to peel it back or let rip 31:19 RECAP: bass notes, volume and tone, listening, effects 33:00 Gilmour: Flangers, choruses, MXR Dynocomp, delays and reverbs for atmosphere, MGP SPC, powered pickups 34:11 EXCERPT Sorrow 37:23 He manipulates his sound with effects to take his bluesy style and make it more psychadelic, atmospheric and spacey 39:09 EXCERPT - Time 40:34 Any questions: I ask Dan about big slides and interpositional pentatonic playing, bending and vibrato 43:53 Bending exercise 1: Go up the major scale in bends using each string 45:56 Bending exercise 2: bend a whole tone then a semi-tone and back down the notes 47:03 Bending exercise 3: Pentatonic blues lick 49:13 Theory on vibrato a) after a bend vs b) from a static note - the string must return to the 'zero' point 51:37 Same problem as vibrato with tremolo bar systems - i.e. don't hold onto the bar https://tunein-toneup.com/2018/04/14/guitar-lesson-32-style-of-david-gilmour/
"That's What Love Will Make You Do"  Jerry Garcia style - my thoughts
 
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My instructional take on Jerry Garcia's take on the blues number "That's what love will make you do" for Bucketorain at rukind and anyone else who can manage to get anything out of this. It's not possible to cover this in a 10 minute or less video.
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Blue Featuring Elton John - Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (Official Video)
 
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Vote for your favourite boy band here: https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/best-boy-bands/ Listen to more from Blue: https://Blue.lnk.to/Essentials Follow Blue https://www.facebook.com/officialblue/ https://twitter.com/officialblue https://www.instagram.com/officialblue Music video by Blue Featuring Elton John performing Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word. #Blue #SorrySeemsToBeTheHardestWord #Vevo
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