Unsure of what notes sound great over each chord in the 12 bar blues? Or does improvising a solo seem impossible?
In my Blues Guitar Method Course you’ll learn exactly how to play slow blues guitar lead in an improvisational style by learning “How” to use the Minor Pentatonic Scales, Major Pentatonic Scales, Blues Scales and “Which” notes sound great when using these scales to improvise over a 12 Bar Slow Blues.
4.6 Hours of Video
25 Pages of PDF Tabs
20 Fretboard Maps
2 Backing Tracks
Lesson 1 – The Major Scale and Intervals
Lesson 2 – The Minor Pentatonic Scale
Lesson 3 – The Major Pentatonic Scale
Lesson 4 – The Blues Scale
Lesson 5 – Visualizing the Fretboard
Lesson 6- Improvising over a 12 bar slow blues
– The Major Minor Weave
– Active Listening
– Singing your Licks
– Using Space
– Call and Response
– Telling a Story
Lesson 7 – 10 Hot Blues Licks
Lesson 8 – Complete 4 Minute Slow Blues Solo
Learn a Complete Blues Solo
To show you how to combine all of the concepts in this course, you”ll learn a complete 4:00 12 bar slow blues solo in the key of A.
Learn 10 Hot Blues Licks
In addition to the solo I”ll show you 10 short blues licks that you can use to play over a slow blues. Learn one lick right now.