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  • 6 Influential Blues Rhythms - Lesson 1: Tell Me

    19:33

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    Don't be the guy who can solo but can't play rhythm. This lesson is the first video from a Mini-Course called 6 Influential Blues Rhythms. In this first lesson, I show you how to play a shuffle (ala Tell Me by SRV), a few ways to spice it up, and most importantly, how to use it in several keys.

    BUT WAIT.... there's more.

    You'll also learn several different ways to locate the IV and V chords in each key.

    If you like this lesson, check out the rest of the Mini-Course, each lesson in the course focuses on a specific blues rhythm:

    Lesson 1: Tell Me (shuffles)
    Lesson 2: Ledbetter Heights
    Lesson 3: Mannish Boy
    Lesson 4: La Grange
    Lesson 5: Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
    Lesson 6: So Excited

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  • Spice up your Blues Rhythms

    11:19

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    In this blues guitar lesson instructor Ben Zinn teaches some new and different blues rhythm concepts. In this lesson you will learn how to approach a 12 bar blues in a little different light. This lesson will help you to expand your blues rhythm vocabulary. You will also learn some new devices and ways to improvise with these devices. Then you can move this concept all over the guitar neck and play in different keys. This lesson will help you to sound different and to stop playing the same old things - have fun with this lesson and rock oN!

    Spice up your Blues Rhythms (play different things)

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  • A Simple Approach to a Complicated Texas Blues Rhythm | TB073

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  • Blues Rhythms - #1 - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

    7:54

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  • 3 Must Know RHYTHM & BLUES guitar fills and devices

    12:24

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    FREE video lesson and eBook - learn six critical tips to exceptional strumming, all about rhythm and meter and how to understand and replicate strum patterns.

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  • How To Improve A Boring Blues Rhythm

    8:40

    - We've all heard that typical chunk-a-chunk blues rhythm played to death. Just because it's overdone, doesn't mean we shouldn't try to improve it. In this lesson I'll show you 6 different ways to play the same fundamental rhythm.

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  • Texas style blues guitar rhythm in A - BR008

    11:33

    A twelve bar blues shuffle rhythm in the style of Texas blues guitar greats Jimmie Vaughan and Anson Funderburgh. If you're interested in the tab email me at TedKirkend@gmail.com and please send $5 to my PayPal account, also at tedkirkend@gmail.com. Please include the name of the lesson in the subject line.

  • Blues Rhythms - #2 - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

    8:51

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  • Aggressive SRV Rhythm and Licks Lesson

    5:46

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    Here is a great blues guitar lesson in the style of SRV. Dave Nassie walks you through the aggressive playing style of SRV and that great Texas blues feel.

    Stevie Ray Vaughn was very versatile and could do a fantastic slow blues with crying bends and a slow shuffle and then switch to a fast paced, hard hitting aggressive Texas shuffle with fast and powerful licks. And that is exactly what Dave Nassie from Next Level Guitar teaches you in this awesome lesson

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  • Sharp Dressed Man Rhythm

    8:34

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    A lesson that shows you how to play the rhythm part to Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top, using a guitar in standard tuning.

  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson

    10:15

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  • How to Play a Slow Blues - Essential 8 Bar Progression | Rhythm Guitar Lesson

    13:59

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    welcome back to Swiftlessons for another rhythm guitar tutorial. In today's session we'll expand our knowledge of blues chord progressions and learn how to perform a version of our eight bar blues that is loaded with jazzy chord shapes. We'll begin by memorizing each chord, and the progression before applying a melodic arpeggios, and a basic strumming pattern. Let's get started

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  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Shake A Little Breakdown - Jeff McErlain

    10:57

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  • How I Got The Tone On Heavy Swing Blues Rhythms - Volume 1

    8:11

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    In this Tone Tuesday video, I'll show you how I got the tone heard in the Mini-Course called Heavy Swing Blues Rhythms - Volume 1.

  • Blues Guitar Lesson - More Rhythm Patterns

    27:29

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  • 6 Famous Songs Built on the 12-Bar Blues Progression - Guitar Lesson

    27:19

    In this lesson you will learn all about a top 6 famous songs built on the 12 bar blues progression and how you can play them also!
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  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson1: Chicago Style

    9:05

    Learn to play Blues Rhythm guitar in the Chicago style, particularly borrowing heavily from Muddy Waters. The examples can be played on acoustic or electric and are all shown with on screen tab. The examples are all pretty easy and suit a beginner to the blues guitar.

    This is lesson 1 in a 3 part series:
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    - Lesson 3: Swing style


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  • Blues Rhythm Guitar-The I to IV Chromatic Walkup-You MUST Know This

    5:03

    In playing blues rhythm guitar in a live situation, the technique of getting from the I chord to the IV chord chromatically is something you MUST know how to do. Learn it 2 ways in today's lesson.

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  • Tighten Up Your Blues - #7 Blues Rhythm Essentials - Guitar Lesson - Jeff McErlain

    8:58

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  • Fast Blues Rhythm in E

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  • 50 Blues Rhythms - Intro - Corey Congilio

    3:00

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  • 12 Bar Blues in the Style of Stevie Ray Vaughan Lesson

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  • Lead Rhythm in C - Lesson 19 - Blues Rhythms You Can Use

    1:34

    Lead Rhythm in C - Lesson 19 - Blues Rhythms You Can Use.

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  • Kenny Burrell - You Want To Be Using Blues Like This

    7:24

    Kenny Burrell is famous for his use of Blues in his jazz solos. This solo is no exception, but the lines he plays here really showcases a very sophisticated way to use both Blues and Rhythm in a Hardbop solo.

    I think that his playing on Broadway has examples of his vocabulary that showcases the blues influence, but also the swing and the bebop influence. The rhythms he uses are complicated but have a natural flow and he is not shying away from altered chords or tritone substitutions in this solo either.

    Content:
    0:00 Intro
    0:16 Kenny Burrel: Rhythm and Blues (and bebop)
    0:43 Example 1 - Blues Phrases on The Tonic Chord
    0:48 Analysis
    1:22 The Cmaj7 - F7 trick That Charlie Parker Also Uses
    2:07 Example 1 - Slow
    2:14 Example 2 - Arpeggios And Bebop Lines
    2:18 Analysis
    3:20 Example 2 - Slow
    3:27 Example 3 - Blues Scale = Altered Dominant?
    3:35 Analysis
    5:15 Example 3 - Slow
    5:46 Example 4 - Tritone substitution
    5:50 Analysis
    6:55 Example 4 - slow
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  • BLUES GUITAR LESSON - Rhythm Guitar Method - 12 BAR BLUES in 10 STYLES - GUITAR LESSONS with TABS

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  • G Minor Blues - Lesson 12 - Blues Rhythms You Can Use

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    G Minor Blues - Lesson 12 - Blues Rhythms You Can Use.

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  • Heavy Swing Blues Rhythms - Vol. 1 - Lesson 1

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    This is the first lesson in a new Mini-Course called **Heavy Swing Blues Rhythms - Volume 1**. In this lesson you'll learn the first of 5 blues rhythms taught in the course. All the rhythms in this course have a heavy, guitar driven sound over a swing beat. If you like this first lesson, consider buying the course or joining the TXBA Locals.

  • Funk Blues Rhythm Vol. 1 - Lesson 1

    13:55

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    This week we're going to funk up our blues a bit with the first lesson from a new Mini-Course called Funk Blues Rhythm - Vol. 1. The rest of the course is just like this lesson, 5 rhythms in all, with varying levels of difficulty. I think you'll like how the rhythms are mapped out to sub-beats of the measure, making it easy to count at slower tempos.

  • Chicago Blues Rhythm Guitar with Kirk Fletcher

    2:21

    Ace bluesman Kirk Fletcher demonstrates two classic Chicago blues rhythm approaches in the styles of Sonny Boy Williamson and Jimmy Rogers. Taken from Chicago Blues Rhythm guitar video lesson at GuitarInstructor.com:

  • 3 Sounds, 1 Rhythm

    8:55

    - In this lesson I'll show you how to drastically change the sound of a simple blues rhythm just by changing how you mute the strings. This change in sound affects the entire feel of the song. Some techniques produce a rhythm with more punch while other techniques allow the rhythm to fill more space.

  • BLUES RHYTHMS #2

    8:51

    Blues Rhythm #2 is a preview of my upcoming course 50 Blues Rhythms You Must Know. The course will be available through my website and Feel free to contact me about guitar, tone, or whatever! Enjoy!

  • Shake For Me Rhythm

    10:16

    - This guitar lesson teaching a common blues rhythm pattern that's used by songs like Rockin Daddy and Shake For Me. The notes of the rhythm are simple but the timing is a bit more difficult to nail.

  • Slow Blues Rhythms - Volume 1

    6:33

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    Playing rhythm for slow blues isn't boring if you understand how important it is. This course is perfect for late-beginners, or intermediate players. You'll learn 5 different rhythms that all work over the same backing track, each with its own distinct personality. Tablature and backing track are included with the course.

  • 50 Blues Rhythms - #44 - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

    7:25

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  • Frank Vignola - Jazz Blues & Rhythm Changes

    5:29

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    Frank Vignola talks about his approach to playing a jazz blues and rhythm changes. Excerpt from volume 2.


    An extremely versatile jazz guitarist, Frank Vignola has demonstrated that he is capable of playing everything from fusion and commercial pop-jazz to hard bop, post-bop, and swing. The native New Yorker has a wide variety of influences; everyone from Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, and Pat Metheny to Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian has affected his playing in some way. For Vignola, different influences have asserted themselves at different times -- the Reinhardt or Christian influence might be especially prominent in a swing environment, whereas he has sometimes sounded more Metheny-ish in fusion or pop-jazz/NAC settings. And he might be mindful of Montgomery or Pass on a hard bop or post-bop project. Born on suburban Long Island on December 30, 1965, Vignola was raised in the New York area. The Italian-American started playing the guitar at the age of five and grew up admiring a variety of guitarists. Far from a jazz snob, Vignola never listened to jazz exclusively and was also a major fan of rock, R&B, and pop. The guitarists that he admired ranged from jazz musicians to rock icons like Eric Clapton and Eddie Van Halen. As a young adult, Vignola studied at the Cultural Arts Center of Long Island and went on to enjoy a lot of sideman gigs in the 1980s. The New Yorker was 27 when, in 1993, he signed with Concord Jazz and recorded his first Concord session as a leader, Appel Direct. Several more Concord releases followed in the 1990s, and the early 2000s found Vignola recording for Nagel-Heyer as well as Acoustic Disc. -Alex Henderson

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  • Swing Blues Rhythm Lesson - Advanced Swing Blues Harmony - David Blacker

    9:36

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  • Give Me Back My Wig Rhythm

    8:59

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    In this lesson we'll look at the way Stevie Ray Vaughan played the rhythm part for the song Give Me Back My Wig (written by Hound Dog Taylor). Like many things on guitar, this rhythm part is harder to play well than you might think. The song has a raucous, lively feel, and the rhythm part must be tight, and played with good timing to maintain the correct feel.

  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson Corey Congilio Slow Blues

    7:25

    This lesson is from my 2012 course release 50 Blues Rhythms You Must Know. This is a Jesus Left Chicago type groove that has some fun suspended stuff as well as a diminished and suspended chord. This course is suitable for beginners to late intermediate players. Visit my website for details on this course and others!

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  • TEXAS BLUES RHYTHM GUITAR

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  • Hendrix Rhythm from Hear My Train A Comin

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  • KWS - Shotgun Blues Rhythm

    12:51

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    In this lesson we'll look at the rhythm pattern used by Kenny Wayne Shepherd in his song Shotgun Blues from the Live On album (1999). At first glance, it looks a little like a Pride and Joy copy, but as we dig in, you'll find that he's mixing up the single-note rhythm with some chord accents to give the rhythm some weight.

  • My Top 10: Most Influential Rhythm Guitar Parts

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  • Josh Smith Blues Guitar Lesson - Exploring Outside Pentatonics: Concept 6 - Blue Highways

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  • Uptempo Blues Rhythm/Lead Play-along lesson

    21:14

    In this full length play-along lesson we'll cover some rhythm and lead techniques that will help you play solid, funky uptempo blues. Suitable for all levels--if you can't or don't want to play what Im playing, play what feels good to you!

  • Rhythm Is The Most Important Thing When Improvising

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    As we have discussed previously, you need to find a rhythmic subdivision that is comfortable for you. Keep in mind that in this context the rhythm is more important than the notes.

    Start with rhythm motifs, not just sixteen notes, but rhythmic sentences. One trick to come up with these rhythm phrases is grabbing a book and read something. Choose a phrase from the book and translate its rhythm phrasing to notes on your instrument.

    Eventually, your fingers will take over, but retaining that rhythm phrasing intention.

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  • Blues Rhythms: Texas Shuffle

    5:42

    In this guitar lesson we're going to learn a very simple Texas shuffle, applied to a 12 bar blues progression.

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  • Blues Guitar Lessons - Big Book of Blues - Rhythm 3

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    You won't find anyone who knows more about the blues than Dave Rubin. Dave's written hundreds of columns for all of the major guitar mags, authored countless blues books and has played with Son Seals, Chuck Berry, Johnny Copeland, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, James Brown, Marvelettes, the Coasters and the Drifters, to name but a few. Rubin is also one of the very few to be awarded The Blues Foundation's Keeping The Blues Alive Award.
    The Big Book examines the styles of Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, T-Bone Walker, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Howlin' Wolf, B.B. King, Freddie King, Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Steve Cropper and many more top blues artists.

    Virtually every style of blues and blues-influenced guitar is touched on: Delta Blues, Texas Blues, Chicago Blues, Boogie-Woogie, Blues-Rock, Brit-Blues, Rockabilly, Country Blues, classic R&B, Jump Blues, Cool Blues, early Rock 'n Roll and more.

    The Big Book covers intros, turnarounds, double stops, bottleneck, open tunings, 6/9 chords, partial chords and substitutions, bending, bass lines, vamping, soloing, blues boxes, organ vamps, jamming tips, great tone, triple stops, fills, blues forms, fingerstyle blues and more blues essentials.

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    Two complete blues solos are broken down phrase-by-phrase by Rubin with narration, jam tracks, notation and PowerTab.

  • Blues Guitar Lesson - Good Woman - Breakdown - Rev. Robert Jones

    21:51

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  • Accenting Rhythm For Blues

    7:35

    As a beginner learning rhythms and rhythm patterns are hugely important. In blues playing the rhythms tend to be a little more free than some other styles so it is important to get two things right - the swing and the accents! The combination of these two techniques will help you play along to any blues track!

  • 12 Bar Blues for Beginners - 100s of Rock n Roll songs; ONE chord sequence

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    We've done a lot of lessons on how to play a slower 12 bar blues in the key of E. Here' we're covering how to play a rockin' 12 bar blues in A, as used in 100s of rock n roll songs!
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