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In this lesson, you'll learn a really handy lick that you can use in almost any blues song. This example shows how to use it in the key of E. Using this technique, you'll be able to even create an entire song only using bass notes and this lick!
This is a great lick that has a unique jazz sound but can be used in a blues context or a jazz context. If most of your soloing is in the minor pentatonic, and you want something to spice it up that sounds a little different, this lick is for you!
In this lesson you will learn one of my favorite blues and jazz progressions. These chords lend themselves to a walking bass line that sounds like 2 guitars are playing at the same time. This progression is a lot of fun and is a great way to show off!
In this lesson you will learn a fun blues lick that has a twist. You can use this lick with normal blues chords and songs. Try it out!
In this lesson you will learn how to mix the minor pentatonic with some of the major scales, used as modes, to create a unique blues and jazz mixed solo.
In this lesson you'll learn how to step outside of the pentatonic scale and use another scale you've learned in a unique way. With this technique, you'll be able to add a new dimension to your soloing that will bring hints of jazz to life in a blues setting.
In this lesson you will learn one of my favorite licks to use with the minor pentatonic scale. It works great with any blues song for a jazzy twist and will also work with songs in a minor key. You'll learn some runs that use notes outside of the scale to create a unique sound!
In this members only lesson, you will learn some alternate chords to play for typical blues songs in the key of E. Once you know these chords, you'll have 2 ways to play the common chords so you will be able to expand your sound.
With only 2 simple chords, you can play a very impressive sounding progression that borders between jazz and blues. These chords also allow you to change keys very easily and to solo easily as you play. You'll learn how to play the chords, how to transition between keys and what scale to use as you solo.
Now you have even more licks at your fingertips with this lesson. Check out part 3 of blues licks using the minor pentatonic scale in the key of E. You'll learn some licks outside of the standard scale that will change you solo to a major sound for an interesting twist. You'll also learn a trick that some country blues guitarists use.
Expand your knowledge of the minor open pentatonic scale for blues soloing in the key of E. In this lesson you will learn some impressive licks including some standard blues sounds and a fun octave lick!
Learn some blues licks in the key of E using the open minor pentatonic scale. You'll learn a few standard licks that you can use to create your own!
In this members only Guitarmann Video Lesson weekly update, you will learn more of the basics of playing blues music. The 12 bar blues is one of the most common blues progressions. Knowing this will take you even further in the world of blues and will show you what to expect when you want to either jam with others or write your own blues tune!
In this members only Guitarmann Video Lesson weekly update, you will learn the basics of playing blues music. The blues box is the key to blues chord progressions, blues soloing, and more importantly, learning how to jam with other musicians!