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Guitar Lesson Overview
There are many ways to strum a blues tune. In this lesson, we are going to do a straight rhythm, not a shuffle rhythm. What makes this sound really cool is the accents on "1", "2", "3 and" - this and the muting in between these accents.
The chord progression here is just a simple 12 bar blues. The chords used are E7, A7 and B7. Hope you like this technique!
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Comment added on July 23, 2014
jasper mutiga said...
Thanks a lot.Am inspired to keep learning to become a pro like you.