Here is a quick tip video lesson on getting those high pitched squeals to work for you and an example lick to work this into your blues playing. Enjoy!
Check this video out for a quick tip on adding an abrupt octave change in the middle of a lick to add a real surprise in your playing. The example lick is based in the E blues scale and features some tried and true standard blues moves. Hope you enjoy!
There’s not a lot of subtlety in some forms of music. I don’t think of words like finesse or subtle when I think of the Ramones for example. But the blues? That’s a different story. There are tons of tiny little moves that the great players use all the time. My guess is they don’t […]
When I started learning to play guitar, it seems that everyone from my homeroom teacher to my little league coach was telling me who their favorite band was and what songs I needed to learn. “You’ve gotta learn Freebird!” was the collective refrain from the well-meaning South Georgians of my hometown. But what about the […]