In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play (and improvise) a blues in the key of D, using Drop D tuning.
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.
In this blues guitar lesson we take a look at slow melodic blues in key of A. This is I-IV-V melodic progression.
In this blues guitar lesson you’ll learn how to play a solo blues composition that can be played on either electric or acoustic guitar. You’ll be playing both rhythm and lead licks in this ...