Posts Tagged ‘Blues’

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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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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Learning Blues Guitar – Techniques In Playing Solo

Learning to play blues guitar is indeed one of the great lessons many aspiring musicians want to learn. Playing blues guitar solo is a much more interesting thing to learn as well. If you want to impress your friends, you must have to gather first your patience and zest and learn some blues guitar techniques…

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Mastering and Playing Blues Guitar Chords and Rhythm.

My favorite chords are blues chords. While some of them may be a little more complicated, you can really get a groove going with them. Here are five common blues chords: O= Play string. X= Don’t play string. Most common blues guitar chordsl have the same name tag of seven. These are known as dominant…

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The Blues Scale & Cool Stuff You Can Do With It

Most of us who took piano lessons as kids are all too familiar with scales, and most of us hated practicing them with a passion. But understanding scales and what they do is critical to the process of improvisation as well as key orientation and just a general understanding of what’s happening in the song…

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Starting and Detailing on How to Play Blues Guitar

What will you do if someone asks you on how to play blues guitar mean while you knew that the person who asked is a complete rookie? Do not make it too hard that you can always start from the beginning by using the blues as the genre of music and that you will be…

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Tips On How To Play Blues Piano

Studying how to play blues piano might seem easy. However, it takes more than a single lesson for one to become a professional in playing the blues. If you are one of the few who are lucky enough to have a really good ear, then you should have an easier time. Otherwise, it is recommended…

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Guitar Lesson For Rock and Blues Guitar Improvisation

Have you ever wanted to go to a music store and get a book that had the best information on how to play guitar, explained in ways that were easy to understand and made sense, and not know which book to buy? Ever go out and get that book, only to discover that it had…

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Falls Church Hotels Have Summer Blues

If you’re in the mood for some good-old soulful blues music then go look up one of your favorite Falls Church hotels, and take a trip back east to enjoy a taste of our summer’s exciting festivities. It appears as though a delightful attraction, The Tinner Hills Blues Festival, is back again, encouraging locals and…

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