In this lesson, we’ll have a look at a Piedmont Blues Turnaround played on a Twelve String Guitar as we look back to the sounds of Blind Willie McTell.
In this lesson, we’ll take a look at the main ingredients for getting started with Piedmont Blues, from the punchy rhythm to the bright and snappy licks, start here!
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Learning the classic turnarounds is a right of passage. You’ve gotta know them. But what if you want to take things in a different direction? Have a look at Tuesday Blues #183 and play a lick over the turnaround for a little something special.
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