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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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  • 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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  • Spice up your Blues Rhythms

    11:19

    FREE eBook & video lesson. Learn soloing devices, scales, tips, and tricks to dress up your lead guitar playing. Plus tons of scale diagrams, soloing strategies and much more!

    FREE video lesson and eBook on bar chord techniques, bar chord changing tips, and exercises.

    Free video lesson and eBook on chord changing, unique exercises, and tons of fret hand techniques.

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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)

  • Blues Rhythm Lesson in the Style of Buddy Guy, SRV, BB King, and More Beginner Blues

    10:06

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    This is a little device that can spice up your basic 12 bar blues rhythm. This was a lightbulb moment for me when I was first learning. Hope it helps you as well. Also, I am picking 3 comments to win my blues masterclass set!! Thanks again for the support!

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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.

  • 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.

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  • TEXAS BLUES RHYTHM GUITAR

    2:22

    tEXAS BLUES RHYTHM GUITAR
    E7,A7,B7

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

    7:54

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  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Style Rhythm

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    I just recently had to revisit this Stevie Ray Vaughan song for a gig. Stevie's album Texas Flood was super influential in my early years of playing. For the gig, I had to meticulously study the guitar part and get it as note-for-note to that classic recording as possible! It was a lot of fun and a trip down memory lane. Here is a little behind the scenes of me working on it, figured I would tune down my Fender custom shop strat a 1/2 step and dig in! Hope you enjoy!

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  • 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.

  • 10 Shades of Blues - Brief Guide To The Blues Sub-Genres

    7:54

    This video shows the difference between 10 blues sub-genres.
    1) Memphis Blues
    2) New Orleans Blues
    3) Chicago Blues
    4) Texas Blues
    5) Delta Blues
    6) British Blues
    7) Psychedelic Blues
    8) West Coast / Jazz Blues
    9) Country Blues
    10) Boogie Woogie
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  • Texas-style blues rhythm playing for guitar

    2:42

    A lesson in right-hand technique for beginner to intermediate guitarists.

  • My Top 10: Most Influential Rhythm Guitar Parts

    18:19

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    I thought it would be fun and a refreshing change of pace to do a periodic series called My Top 10 where I pick a topic and list my Top 10 list of said topic. In this first installment, I go through my top 10 list of my most influential rhythm guitar parts from various players. This was a lot of tun to put together and I really hope you all enjoy hearing me play and discuss my favorite rhythm guitar parts. Thanks, as always, so much for tuning in :-)

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  • Blues Rock Guitar Lessons - Blues Rhythm Guitar Lessons - Rhythm Guitar

    12:59

    Please watch: Beginner Acoustic guitar lesson Tom Petty I won't back down How to
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  • How to Play a Stevie Ray Vaughan Shuffle Rhythm

    6:14

    This is a lesson on how to play a Stevie Ray Vaughan Style rhythm. Be sure to go slow to figure the coordination between the right and left hands while focusing on left hand muting and not so much the right. To buy this song/album go to or from Itunes click here: and Amazon here: Thanks for the support!
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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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  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson

    10:15

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    As some of you may know, I recently launched a blues guitar tuition website called Absolute Blues Guitar.

    Absolute Blues Guitar is a truly immersive online blues guitar tuition course for all levels, featuring HD videos, full TAB and notation and hundreds of downloadable backing tracks.

    Here’s a preview of one of our lessons.

    Incidentally, I'm left handed, but I horizontally flip most of my tuition videos in order to make them easier for most normal people to follow.

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  • 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 Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Bass Note Shuffle In A

    22:05

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    I kick off a series of lessons on blues rhythm guitar with a look at the definitive blues rhythm pattern. I take you through the basic idea, and then look at some of the subtleties of feel which will really make your playing come alive. Hope you enjoy.

  • 50 Blues Rhythms - Intro - Corey Congilio

    3:00

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  • 7 25 11 SRV blues rhythm study

    2:05

  • 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.

  • SRV Style Rhythm Lesson by BluesMannus

    2:30

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    Here's some of Stevie's most recognizable rhythm patterns slowed down so you can see what's going on.

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  • The most influential blues song of all time.

    5:04

    St. Louis Blues not only introduced blues to the world, it was the first blues song recorded by African Americans, three years before Mamie Smith and Crazy Blues.

  • 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 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:
    - Lesson 1: Chicago Style
    - Lesson 2: Texas Style
    - Lesson 3: Swing style


    Marc Guitar is a YouTube channel that includes lots of lessons, jam tracks and gear discussions mainly focusing on the blues but occasionally other styles too. It also includes some material about my band ’Northbound’

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

    8:58

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  • Blues Rhythms - #3 - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

    7:04

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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.

    Here's how Big Book of Blues works

    We selected 58 of Rubin's most popular articles and lessons and beefed them up with extra tips, anecdotes and history.

    All 166 of the lesson examples are presented in PowerTab format in an easy-to-use interactive manual.

    137 cherry-picked video examples are presented in the TrueFire player to illustrate key lesson examples.

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

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

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    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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  • A Dream for the Weaker

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  • 🎸Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Level 3: Overview - Adam Levy

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  • Chicago Blues Rhythm

    10:57

    Chicago Blues Rhythm in E with some licks and turnarounds (Robben Ford Style).
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  • Blues Rhythms - #2 - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

    8:51

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

    7:25

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

    9:36

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  • Progressive Blues Power - #6 - Guitar Lesson - Andy Aledort

    7:59

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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.

  • 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!

  • Aggressive SRV Rhythm and Licks Lesson

    5:46

    Next Level Guitar Modern Blues Masters Course-

    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

  • 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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  • 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.

  • Learning Blues Guitar • Chapter Five • Chord Progression

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    With this book, my goal is to relate the scales with chords and rhythms as opposed to just learning solos or licks and having no idea how to apply them. Good rhythm playing and knowledge is crucial to good soloing and vice versa. This comes through understanding the relationship between chords and scales. This book provides that important foundation.
    The book is unique in the fact that each chapter is based around a different key signature and an open (contains unfretted notes), pattern of the pentatonic scale. There are five chapters covering the key signatures of E, A, D, G and C, and the five open ‘box patterns’ (scale patterns) of the pentatonic scale. Eventually all the box patterns are covered, from the open strings to the fifteenth fret.
    There is no endless scale practice or useless licks to learn. Instead, each chapter begins with a chord progression, moves into various rhythm patterns derived from the chord progression, and then culminates with solos based on the scale and key covered. These solos tie in with the chord progression and rhythm patterns to form a complete lesson for each chapter.
    The book is progressive. Upon completion, the student will have a solid foundation in blues guitar, and will understand the rhythm, lead connection.
    The book is best studied from beginning to end, without slighting any material. All theory is explained in the simplest terms. There are fretboard diagrams for the scales, chord grids, and photos of hand positions as well as videos posted on YouTube to aid in the learning process.
    It is best, but not necessary, to have a knowledge of barre and open chord shapes before beginning this course. All the chords have fretboard grids associated with them.
    Good luck and have fun. Music is a celebration. Enjoy!
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  • Born Under A Bad Sign Rhythm Guitar

    11:17

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    The next time you're at a blues jam, don't be the guy who plays the same rhythm lick all the way through the song. Albert King's recording of this song had a GREAT rhythm guitar part, and that's what I'll teach you in this lesson.

  • Blues Guitar Lessons • Blues Rhythm Patterns #1, Pattern 2

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

    22:50

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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.

  • Essentials: Advanced Blues Rhythm - Intro - Jeff McErlain

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  • Blues Guitar Lesson - More Rhythm Patterns

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