Playing The Blues
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Apr 14, · There are three basic approaches to blues rhythm guitar: shuffle patterns, single-note motifs and comping (straight-up chordal accompaniment). The first is the shuffle pattern. Played by boogie-woogie piano players and later appropriated by Robert Johnson, the shuffle pattern is in its most basic form a series of alternating 5ths and 6ths.
Play the Blues: Live from Jazz at Lincoln Center is a live album by Eric Clapton and Wynton noytawdtasilidenpamatpodclighluman.xyzinfoed on September 13, it contains live recordings of the collaboration at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts between the British blues guitarist and the American jazz trumpeter. A video release accompanies the audio recordings.
You can play the blues with really any type of chord. For example, if you want to use all major chords you can simply take the chords A, D, and E, plug them into the bar blues formula and voilà, you’ve got a blues chord progression. However, these chords aren’t necessarily blues chords per se.
How to Get the Blues Sound Open Tuning: The original blues players were largely self taught (and many of them illiterate), and one of the easiest Picking style: In both slide and fretted guitar styles, guitarists would emphasize the driving rhythm of the blues by Using Slides: Playing simple.
"Play the Blues," their second partnership, is nothing short of brilliant. Guy's guitar is blistering, Wells' famous harmonica is incendiary, and their combined vocals give the album a /5(25).
Nov 06, · In this video you will learn how ANYONE can play the blues. This is a great video for any guitar player looking to get into blues playing. Grab the Free PDF.
Essentially, the blues is a specific progression that uses the C7, F7, and G7 chords. (For the sake of brevity, I’ll only look at playing blues in the key of C). The blues chord progression lasts 12 bars (thus the phrase “bar blues”) that move in a familiar pattern using those three chords.