In this lesson, we’ll look at the deceptively simple rhythm in the song **Bright Lights** by Gary Clark Jr.
How do they get this sound with only 3 guys? Still blows my mind.
In this rock blues guitar lesson, I’ll show you how to play a Cream (Eric Clapton) solo composition in which you’ll be playing both rhythm and lead parts. This is a classic “call and response” technique that allows you to alternate back and forth between rhythm and lead.
Watching Stevie’s command of the instrument is like watching someone do the impossible.
This is a bloody great Chicago Blues Band.
Crank it way up and sink into some serious rocking blues as the Allman Brothers Band throw down on this Willie Dixon staple.
In this blues guitar lesson we take a look at slow melodic blues in key of A. This is I-IV-V melodic progression.
An absolute masterpiece by one of slide guitarists greatest.
Bonnie Raitt operates successfully in the music industry for a good 50 years. And just like wine, with age, it becomes better and better.
The greatest triumphs Ten Years After coincided with the first half of the 70s After the dissolution of the group in 1974, Lee has repeatedly reactivated the band. It happened so, that the Ten Years After released the album without him. Nobody had doubts but that “I’m Going Home” is just Lee and Lee. A native of Nottingham guitarist on the scene spent more than 5 decades.