Easily Master Blues Guitar
The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar - Book One gives you all the tools you need to play, understand and feel blues guitar rhythm guitar.
Over 150 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 150 professionally recorded audio examples which are written in standard notation and tab. Every aspect of playing great blues guitar is covered, building from first principles such as blues rhythm, riffs, structure and fills, to more advanced techniques such as approach chords, shell chords and 'drop two' chord voicings.
You will also learn classic turnaround progressions, 'non-standard' blues progressions and how to play with the appropriate stylistics.
Struggling to Begin or Progress with your Blues Guitar Playing?
Often, guitarists tend to quickly plateau when learning blues guitar. They get stuck with a limited range of riffs and ideas and quickly get bored and stagnant in their rhythm playing.
Learn Blues Guitar by Mastering Essential Individual Elements
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.
A Complete Package
Learn to develop your own:
Open String Riffs, Blues Chords and Rich-Sounding Extensions
Intros, Outros and Turnarounds
Lead Guitar Fills, Approach Chords, Rhythmic Placement and Groove
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In a time where everything ‘guitar learning’ seems to be on YouTube or an App, I’m loving a book (even better an e-book so I can have it with me anywhere anytime). In fact it is the best of both worlds - a book but with audio so you get a better idea of what things should sound like and jam tracks if you don’t have the opportunity to hang out with a band (which let’s face it is not that easy for bedroom constrained guitarists).
Really enjoying the journey through this book.