Blues

4 Tips In Overcoming Blues Guitar Playing Problems

Practicing well is a much harder thing to do and there are many reasons why this is the case. Before I go on, I just want to say that bad practice affects even the most experienced players but it can be overcome with some help. Here are some of the problems that you may have…

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Music Lessons – Harmonicas: Finding The Harp That Fits Your Needs

Harmonicas are wonderful musical instruments. They’re versatile, they’re fairly inexpensive, they match in your pocket, and their music can evoke a wide range of feelings. Harmonicas – or harps, as they are commonly known as – are utilized in a wide variety of musical genres, such as bluegrass, the blues, folk, rock, country, Gospel, jazz,…

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Tips On How To Play Blues Guitar

If you love to listen to the blues, you might be wondering about how to play blues guitar. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can learn how to play this style of music and the guitar at the same time. No two people really learn an instrument in the same way. It is important…

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Learn Piano Blues And See The Magic!

It does not matter which instrument you play or how much you are expert on playing the instrument. You just learn the piano blues and you may get really an excellent pianist. And if you play saxophone a lot and write bit of music, and I think playing piano could be a great help like…

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Taking The Time To Search For The Best Blues Guitar Lessons

When first starting to look for those ideal lessons for guitar, most of us used to use the big ‘G’, and ‘Google it’. Nowadays more searches for all kinds of things are made on Youtube’s video site, in fact it’s the 2nd most used search engine after Google itself. Like Google, the number of items…

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A Brief History of Jazz Music

The folk songs & plantation dance music of black Americans have a lot to say regarding the early jazz. This type of music comes about all the method during the Southern United States at a few points in the eighteen hundreds. History of Jazz and Blues:-Ragtime, a musical method that unfair early jazz, emerge from…

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How to Play a Mahogany Blues Guitar

Ever played mahogany blues guitar? No, it won’t produce depressing music! In fact, the blues guitar scales feature pentatonic scales with one additional note, which is called “blue note”. This is because it renders an apparent “bluesyness” to the pentatonic scale. There is only one difference between guitar scales and scales on any other musical…

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