4 edition of Playing The Blues found in the catalog.
February 1, 1996
by Hal Leonard Corporation
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Because we are playing a slow shuffle blues, the basic blues chords for beginners, the blues chords with bar chords and the fingerstyle chords we learned at the beginning of this article won’t work. Instead, we are going to use a different type of chord called “Blues Power Chord”. The Blues Power Chord has two notes only, the I and V. The book that taught me the penatonic was Blues Guitar Inside and Out by Richard Daniels. Though there are some short play along sections at the end consider this more of a read and learn the patterns type book.
Essential Blues Guitar For Beginners – Blues Riff #3 This riff would sound killer, in either a solo or as a separate riff to a blues chord progression. You don’t have to play this riff in the E minor pentatonic position, you can move it around the fret board as the chords change in a 12 bar blues. This book breaks down melodic feel and phrasing into learnable skills. The most detailed, structured method to develop your own unique voice on the guitar Whether as part of the Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar Series, or as a stand-alone work, Melodic Phrasing takes you on a journey through every aspect of musical phrasing.5/5(1).
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This book will not only get you playing blues rhythm guitar in a short amount of time (after the first couple exercises I felt like I was really jamming some blues), it will provide tools for you to improve your playing, improve your knowledge of form and the function of the form, and help the player to add variety to a standard progression /5().
Perhaps the only thing better than listening to the blues is playing the blues yourself and feeling the music come to life under your fingers. If that’s where you’re coming from―if you can feel the magic I’m talking about―then this book is for you.5/5(1).
To play your own bar blues, just follow these easy instructions, Playing The Blues book with either hand or both hands. When you have the chord progression memorized, try playing the chords with the left hand while your right hand plays a simple melody, riff, or blues scale.
Play an I7 chord for four measures. Play an IV7 chord for two measures. The best blues ques is listening to old recording of the greats blues player, Jimmy reed tbone walker, Freddie king, Albert king magic Sam, earl hooker etc. I have yet find any book that is really could teaching the blues.
Although I found this book called the art of shuffle that is really cheap to strengthen your rhythms chops. Blues guitar can take many forms, which means that learning how to get the blues sound is an evolving process. However, by identifying specific techniques, notes, and patterns to follow, you can begin finding your own blues sound.
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The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar - Part One gives you all the tools you need to play, understand and feel blues guitar rhythm guitar.
Over Notated Audio Examples to Get You in The Groove. Understanding music isn't just about reading from books, so The Complete Guide to Playing Blues guitar contains over professionally recorded/5. The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar is a three-part series that teaches you all the essential skills required to become an excellent blues guitarist.
This edition contains all three books in this series. With over jam-packed pages and notated audio examples, this is the most comprehensive guide to playing blues guitar ever released. By Fred Lipsius. Guitar Book & CD. This intermediate-level reading book with accompanying CD (12 listening tracks; 12 play-along tracks) contains very melodic, fun-to-play blues lines and riffs in various styles and feels.
The keys and tempos are comfortable. It's an excellent tool for learning what jazz soloing is all about. You can also improviseCategory: Guitar Method or Supplement. (PDF Download) The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar: Book One - Rhythm (Play Blues Guitar).
The blues is kind of a hybrid between a major tonality and a minor tonality, so it’s like its own world. One of the best things about the blues is you can learn just a couple of small things and then jump in to playing and expressing yourself.
The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar Book Two book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Easily Master Melodic Phrasing in Your /5. Your Blues Piano Playing To The Next Level Guaranteed. 66+ Hours of FREE Piano Lessons. No catches, simply enter your email to get my free lessons sent right to your inbox.
Learn some new techniques right away. Nothing to cancel and no payment required. Over 66 hours of REAL techniques. In this lesson we'll introduce some neat blues ideas to get you started. Assumed knowledge: A basic idea of where the notes names are on the piano. Some ability to read music, at least in the treble clef.
So let's get going. The 4 Note Blues Learn the blues scale and you're half way to playing the blues. The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar Book Two: Lead Guitar Melodic Phrasing (Play Blues Guitar 2) The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar: Book Three - Beyond Pentatonics (Play Blues Guitar) (Volume 3) The Caged System and Licks for Blues Guitar: Complete With 1 hourFile Size: KB.
words of B.B. King; “the blues is the easiest style to learn but the hardest to master”. As you’ll learn in this ebook, there are countless ways to form blues riffs and be creative with them.
The examples we’ll look at are there to spark your creativity in your rhythm guitar playing. These chords, riffs. An ideal reference guide to playing the blues for all guitarists.
Full instruction on blues theory, chords, rhythm, scales, advanced solo technique, beginnings and endings, riff construction and more. pages. The author’s focus while writing this book was to provide the right set of instructions to guide learners who wish to become experts within a short time.
The simple instructions can be used to develop repertoires, construct solos, accompaniment, jamming along different types of blues, and understanding the licks and riffs that apply to blues. This book breaks down melodic feel and phrasing into learnable skills.
The most detailed, structured method to develop your own unique voice on the guitar Whether as part of the Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar Series, or as a stand-alone work, Melodic Phrasing takes you on a journey through every aspect of musical phrasing.
To prevent musical stagnation, The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar teaches each individual element that contributes to playing great, grooving blues riffs. By easily mastering the component pieces, you will quickly find you can write and adlib interesting, creative rhythm guitar parts and fills with ease.
Music Sales Everything About Playing Blues (Book/CD) An ideal reference guide to playing the blues for all guitarists. Full instruction on blues theory, chords, rhythm, scales, advanced solo technique, beginnings and endings, riff construction and more. pages. Read The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar Compilation PDF by Joseph Alexander Listen to The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar Compilation: Includes Three Blues Guitar Books - Blues Rhythm Guitar, Blues Guitar Melodic Phrasing and Blues Pentatonics (Play Blues Guitar Book 4) audiobook by Joseph Reviews: 1.Essentially, the blues is a specific progression that uses the C7, F7, and G7 chords.
(For the sake of brevity, I’ll only look at playing blues in the key of C). The blues chord progression lasts 12 bars (thus the phrase “bar blues”) that move in a familiar pattern using those three chords.
The chart below shows both the chords to play.