New free blues music guitar lessons appears on YouTube almost everyday.
You can learn and inspire from them and also meet new great guitar instructors.
I decided to share only fresh and the best lessons on our website. I personally watch and learn from them to see if they are good enough.
This week free blues music guitar lessons from Youtube:
- Born Under A Bad Sign,
- Acoustic Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson: Fingerstyle
- Classic Blues Guitar Licks – Pee Wee Crayton
- SRV Style Acoustic Blues Guitar Lesson
Born Under A Bad Sign
Born Under A Bad Sign – Albert King – Guitar Lesson.
Here is my latest guitar lesson for Albert King’s “Born Under A Bad Sign” in the lesson I take a look at the Rhythm parts played by Steve Cropper and at how to play some of Albert Kings Lead Licks as well as learning the C# minor pentatonic scale.
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Acoustic Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson: Fingerstyle
To download the tab and the 2 jam tracks (slow tempo and normal tempo) for this guitar lesson, visit http://www.activemelody.com and look for EP027.
This lesson was designed to show you a different way to play a 12 bar blues rhythm (in the key of A). A lot of guitar players get stuck in a rut when it comes to determining what they can do to make the rhythm part sound more interesting.
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Classic Blues Guitar Licks #5 Pee Wee Crayton
Number 5 in series of classic guitar licks covers. Examples from Pee Wee Crayton’s early recordings.
SRV Style Acoustic Blues Guitar Lesson
Be sure to visit http://www.activemelody.com to download the tablature for this guitar lesson. Also available is the video for the second part. Just look for EP028. This guitar part is something that you can play solo (with no accompaniment) and it works well on either acoustic or electric guitar. There is definitely a Stevie Ray Vaughan influence throughout. Enjoy!
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