Being able to play blues guitar well incorporates a lot more than being able to rip the minor pentatonic scale up and down. If we ignore blues licks for the moment, what a guitar player who is into blues should know, is how to play blues rhythm well. This lesson shows you one way to do just this.
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thankComment added on July 28, 2010
Thank`s for a great lesson , I really appreciate how easy you make it to learn . Looking forward to the next lesson .
Great Lesson Robert.it will defintely Help Biggners to Intermedate players.Remnds me of something I did with a pick years ago.might be time to visit that again without the pick.
Thank you Robert and happy 100th video It's a good one to mark the event.Congratulations!
That was cool. And it's simple. It sounded a lot more complicated. I can't seem to be able to download the TAB. It just keeps on going to another web page like the one I'm viewing the lesson on.Comment added on June 09, 2010
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