BL01. (011) R 3 7 Chords. Muting Technique. A Blues. Bb Blues.
BL02. (013) Slow Blues in D. R 3 b7 R Chords: Strings 5 4 3 2.
FC Drop 2 Voicings, 7th Chord Inversions, Strings 4 3 2 1.
BL04. (014-1) Play Blues with 4-Note Dom 7 Chords.
BL05. (014-2) Dom7 Chords: 4-Note Voicings
BL07. (016) A Blues: Soloing Over Chord Changes.
BL08. (018) Bb Blues Soloing. Blues Solo Challenge.
BL09. (019) A Blues Solo Phrasing. Simple Blues Phrasing.
BL10. (031) Tasteful Minor Pentatonic in C.
BL11. (032) Review C & F Triads. Review Triads in Bb Blues.
BL12. (038) Slow Blues in C with 9th Slides.
BL13. (042) B minor Blues ("Thrill") Chord Changes.
BL14. (043) B minor Blues ("Thrill") Soloing.
FB Blues Shuffle - Rhythm Guitar.
BL16. (055-1) E Blues Shuffle Groove: 12-Bar Blues Riff.
BL17. (055-2) E Blues Turnarounds: Learn by ear and by degree.
BL18. (056) Blues Phrasing 3rd + 7th. Rhythmic Approach.
BL19. (060) Fingerpicking: Lightnin' Hopkins Style Blues.
BL20. A Blues Shuffle with Bass Line. SRV-style Phrasing.
Learn 4-Note Dominant 7th Chords in Blues: Four Voicings on Strings 1, 2, 3 and 4. Ear Training: Learn by Degree, not by Shape! See Lesson 14 on 4-Note Chord Voicings. Remember, the “Top Note” is the highest note (by pitch) in the chord. Guitar: Kanji TF Signature. Lehle P-Split. Two Fender Pro R...
Dominant 7th Chords: 4-Note Voicings (R M3 5 b7). Play C Blues. “Hearing” the I IV V progression. Connecting the voicings. Guitar: Gibson 1967 ES-335. Fender Pro Reverb (2). D’Addario Strings. Pickboy TF Signature.
Slow Blues in C with 9th Slides. To get the most from this Lesson, Tomo suggests that you review the four-note chord voicings covered in Lesson 14. Gear: 1967 Gibson ES-335, Lehle P-Split, Fender Pro Reverb Amp (2).
E Blues Shuffle Groove: Play a 12-Bar Blues Riff with or without Turnarounds. Triplet Feel. Technique: Picking, Palm Muting, Left-Hand Muting. Guitar: Orangewood Ava Mahogany Live. D’Addario Strings. Pickboy TF Signature.
E Blues Turnarounds. Learn by ear and by degree. See previous lesson on E Blues Shuffle/Riff. Picking. Left-Hand Muting. Grip. Thumb Position. Guitar: Orangewood Ava Mahogany Live. D’Addario Strings. Pickboy TF Signature.
Blues Phrases with 3rd and 7th. Using this rhythmic approach, learn simple blues phrasing that sounds great with R 3 7 chords. Guitar: Kanji TF Signature. Lehle P-Split High-Impedance Signal Splitter. Fender Pro Reverb Amps (2). D’Addario Strings. Pickboy 1 mm TF Signature Pick.
A Blues Shuffle with Bass Line. Bass Line: R 8 b7 5. Blues progression: I I I I – IV IV I I – V IV I I. Adding Fills. Simple Phrases. Learn SRV-style phrase. Play Phrases and Bass Line together. See lessons on R 3 7 chords for background information. Key words: Shuffle Blues Bass Line. Metronome...