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  • Texas style blues guitar rhythm in E - BR009

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    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.

  • 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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  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson2: Texas Style

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    Learn to play Blues Rhythm guitar in the Texas style, particularly borrowing heavily from Stevie Ray Vaughn (SRV). 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 2 in a 3 part series:
    - Lesson 1: Chicago Style
    - Lesson 2: Texas Style
    - Lesson 3: Swing style


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  • The Fundamental Techniques Youll Need For Texas Shuffle Rhythm

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    In this lesson I'll breakdown the fundamental techniques needed to play the Texas Shuffle style of rhythm guitar heard in Pride And Joy by SRV. The notes of the rhythm are easy to figure out, but what's more challenging is keeping those strings under control as you rake up and down across all 6 strings.

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  • TEXAS BLUES RHYTHM GUITAR

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  • Easy SRV Style Blues Guitar Tricks - Shuffle Rhythm, Lick of the Week

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    Hello friends,
    And welcome to another Lick of the Week. In today's lesson, I'll be showing you one of my favorite SRV style licks in the open position, key of E. We'll begin this lesson by reviewing two positions of our pentatonic scale, and our traveling shuffle, before tackling this useful phrase. Let's get started!

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  • 12 Bar Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson

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    12 Bar Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson.
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    Never again will we be stuck for a rhythm accompaniment part to play at jam night, with our ultimate blues rhythm guitar study, presented by Bobby Harrison.

    “Eleven By Twelve” gives us eleven rhythm guitar ideas to play over a 12 bar shuffle groove. Our long backing track allows us to experiment with stabs, sliding 9ths, imitation horn lines, off-beat parts, organ-style riffs, the Texas Shuffle, Uptown and Downtown Chicago riffs and many more, giving us plenty of options for tonal variety.

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    We conclude this lesson with a short summary of everything we’ve covered so far in this part of our course, followed by more tips on improvisation and solo construction, before being given a brief overview of some of the exciting content we can expect to study over the coming lessons.

    For reference, here is the order in which the rhythm guitar parts were performed over the backing track. Feel free to play them in your preferred order, but be aware that in the cases of the Uptown and Downtown shuffles, the bass line on the backing track changes accordingly.

    Detailed Tab for each approach can be found in the individual rhythm guitar studies at the beginning of Level 2.

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    Sliding 9ths
    Imitation Horn Lines
    Jump blues-style offbeats
    Organ-style riffs
    Texas-style shuffle
    Chicago-style “Downtown Shuffle”
    Chicago.style “Uptown shuffle”
    Texas Variation
    Simple March
    Power Shuffle

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  • Texas Blues in E

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    Just working on my blues playing. I learned this from Musicians Institute Blues\Rock Soloing for Guitar book. Johnny Winter/SRV lesson.

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  • Texas-style blues rhythm playing for guitar

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

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  • Funky Blues Guitar Lesson-Rhythm in E

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    Full lessons at Check out this way-fonky rhythm guitar part played in the key of E. This is built around two different 7th chord shapes. 7th chords are used extensively in blues, soul, funk, R&B…..have fun jamming behind someone else playing lead, or record this rhythm yourself, loop it, and then practice your funky lead improvising on top of it. Can be played in any key, of course.

    I have a passion for music and a passion for teaching and I have been immersed in music my whole life. My father was the guitarist with the 60's & 70's roots-rock band Mother Earth. I was so fortunate to grow up in the rich musical scene here in Austin, Texas.

    Starting when I was a young kid, I was able to sit in with, and open the shows for, many blues legends-guys like Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Jimmie Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Ottis Rush and B.B. King. I was able to learn first hand from these players how to really be a great blues guitarist!

    At you can learn the licks, riffs, progressions and entire songs of many blues and rock legends, the way they played them. Benefit from my years of experience by watching, learning and playing with me online!

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  • Hendrix Style Blues Rhythm Lesson

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    This Muddy Waters inspired rhythm can be heard on Hendrix's Catfish Blues and another variety on Voodoo Chile Blues. It's very simple, using just a call and response technique to create a conversational feel. In this lesson you'll learn the call lick and several response licks to use together.

  • Easy Blues Shuffle Pattern | Texas Blues Guitar

    17:53

    Learn how to play this standard blues pattern, which is really a baseline but is often played on guitar as well. Play it in place of chords for a cool blues rhythm. Listen to SRV's So Excited to get an idea of what this will sound like. As you advance, you can begin to add in lead licks. Check out more great blues rock video lessons at

    I have a passion for music and a passion for teaching and I have been immersed in music my whole life. My father was the guitarist with the 60's & 70's roots-rock band Mother Earth. I was so fortunate to grow up in the rich musical scene here in Austin, Texas.

    Starting when I was a young kid, I was able to sit in with, and open the shows for, many blues legends-guys like Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Jimmie Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Ottis Rush and B.B. King. I was able to learn first hand from these players how to really be a great blues guitarist!

    At you can learn the licks, riffs, progressions and entire songs of many blues and rock legends, the way they played them. Benefit from my years of experience by watching, learning and playing with me online!

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  • 50 Blues Rhythms - #41 - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

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  • 50 Blues Rock Rhythms - #3 Texas Law - Guitar Lessons - Jeff Scheetz

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  • Blues Guitar Lessons - Blues Expose - Texas Shuffle - Rhythm Breakdown

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    Josh walks through his rhythm performance on the Texas Shuffle in E. Making an appearance along with more walking bass ideas are some cool inverted Boogie Woogie lines these lines are opposite of our standard Boogie Woogie rhythm in that they have a static note in the higher register with melodic motion beneath. Check out measure 3 & 4 for the first appearance of this cool trick.

  • Chicago Blues Shuffle Backing Track

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    Tempo = 90 BPM


    Basic chord progression:

    II: E I E I E I E I
    I A I A I E I E I
    I B I A I E E7/D A/C# Am/C I E/B B7 :II


    Knowing the main I-IV-V 7th arpeggios will come in handy...


    E7 - E G# B D
    A7 - A C# E G
    B7 - B D# F# A


    Suggested scales:

    E Minor Pentatonic - E G A B D (E)

    E Minor Blues Scale - E G A A# B D (E)

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    E Major Pentatonic - E F# G# B C# (E)

    (you could think C# minor pentatonic as it's the same!)

    E Mixolydian (E chords) - E F# G# A B C# D (E)

    E Dorian (A chords, E chords) - E F# G A B C# D (E)

    E Major Scale (B chords) - E F# G# A B C# D# (E)


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  • Get Deep with some Funky Texas Style Acoustic Blues | Tuesday Blues 126

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    In this lesson, we'll take a look at a funky little Texas blues infused acoustic blues in A. Along the way, I'll show you a few cool chord moves.

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  • Six Bluesy Shuffles - A Rhythm Guitar Lesson

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    How to Play Six Bluesy Shuffles - A Rhythm Guitar Lesson for beginners to Advanced Players! The shuffle is the backbone of many well-known blues guitar songs. In this lesson, I'll breakdown six variations inspired by players like Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Brownie McGhee. Create a feeling of movement with your rhythm performance, as you add a Country and Boogie Woogie twist! Thanks so much for watching, many more guitar lessons are on the way! -Rob
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  • Texas Shuffle Rhythms - Vol. 1

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    If you’ve struggled to nail that huge, wide open rhythm sound in Pride And Joy, this is the course for you.

    In this course you’ll learn 5 rhythms in that style, and the core techniques needed to play them cleanly. We’ll start with a simple rhythm, and work our way up to a rhythm that has all the chord accents and embellishments you need to make “that” sound.

  • 50 Blues Rhythms - #24 - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

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  • 12 Bar Blues Shuffle in E - Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson Part 1

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    GuitarControl.com presents instructor Darrin Goodman teaching part 1 of a two part lesson on a 12 bar blues shuffle in E.



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  • Blues guitar shuffle rhythm in G - BR005

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    Here's a great blues guitar rhythm played in the style of Hollywood Fats. It's based on the tune Rock this House by Muddy Waters sideman Jimmy Rogers. 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.

  • Dirty Rake Guitar Rhythm | Texas Shuffle | Techniques for Beginning

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    Dirty Rake Guitar Rhythm | Texas Blue Shuffle | Techniques for Beginning

    Stevie Ray Vaughan was the king of this style of rhythm. It sounds great and it sounds easy, but it’s not at all! Everybody seems to have a slightly different approach, but a couple of things are certain.
    1. You need to 100% nail the syncopated train rhythm
    2. You need to mute the strings either with your left or right hand – or both
    3. You need to somewhat aggressively hit the notes with your left hand

    And most important of all, if you break the rhythm for any reason – playing a lick for example – you need to go right back into it as soon as you can.

    I’m still learning this technique, and I thought I’d pass on some things I’ve found helpful. Good luck and have fun!

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  • 50 Texas Blues Licks - #18 Classic SRV - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

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    Welcome to 50 Texas Blues Licks You Must Know. Think of this 50 licks course as a tribute to your favorite Texas born guitar players.

    I'll cover licks from T-Bone Walker to Stevie Ray Vaughan to Eric Johnson. Blues guitar playing has certainly evolved since the 1950's and I hope to give you a taste of some of the best licks to come from the Lone Star State. These players have molded my style and I'm really excited to share what I've learned with you.

    We'll not only cover licks but, we'll tackle turnarounds and 12 bar rhythms examples as well. Notation/Tabluture and rhythm tracks will also be included for every lick. So, plug in and put your boots on and most importantly, have fun.

  • 12 Bar Blues Shuffle in E - Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson Part 2

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    GuitarControl.com presents instructor Darrin Goodman teaching part 2 of a two part lesson on a 12 bar blues shuffle in E.



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  • Basic secret to blues rhythm guitar

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    Once we have learnt how to strum our way round a 12-bar blues rhythm chart the next thing to get a handle on is how to play basic shuffle patterns.

    Shuffle patterns have many varieties from the slow blues...
    Straight 8 Rhythm n Blues...
    The more complex rock n roll beat...
    To the breakneck style of rockabilly...

    Plus almost infinite variations on each of these.All based on the development of one simple idea.

    The basic shuffle pattern is often called the added 6th shuffle pattern.

    As we mentioned in the lesson on power chords all numbers used in chord symbols reference the Major scale. We start with the E major scale pattern as shown in this diagram. We isolate the key note E, and the fifth note B and play them together to make a two note power chord rooted on the open E string like this.Then on the second and fourth beat of the bar we Add the Sixth note of the scale.And that's how to play the basic added sixth shuffle pattern over an E chord. In TAB form it looks like this:

    Although simple, technically there are a couple of details to observe that will really help you improve the sound of your shuffle pattern. Firstly, on the left hand. Allow your first finger to collapse lightly across the remaining strings to mute them so that they don't resonate or sound if you accidentally hit them

    Meanwhile on the picking hand..

    First, be absolutely certain that on all eight strokes you are hitting through both the E and the A strings, Then add a little palm muting by letting your picking hand encroach onto the strings from the bridge...

    Once you have got that just right you can actually strike the strings a lot harder and that's what gives the shuffle its rhythmic power. It's a bit like driving with the brakes on!

    OK so I am going to strongly suggest that you invest a fair amount of time just fine tuning the sound of that basic pattern before moving on. Next let's look at how we move this idea through a 12-bar progression.

    First we play 4 bars on E. Then we move the whole idea across one string to play over A like this.Then back to E for two bars. When we come to the B chord, to make things easy to play we invert the idea like this

    So the Tab for that looks like this:

    Then we jump to a bar of A.Before returning to 2 bars of E to complete the 12-bar. Here's that last line one more time:

    Now is a good time to click on the Printout tab In the toolbox to the right of the screen and print off a copy of the Tab sheet for you to follow as you practice this 12-bar sequence through a few times.

    Now this is the basic added sixth shuffle which you want to make sure you master really well before making things more complex. Once you are on top of it here are some of the many variations you can experiment with:

    Adding the major third note on the bass string... (Talk through -- used on the E and A but not B))

    Adding the flatted third to that. Adding the flatted seventh.


    So there you go -- a few basic ideas to act as primer -- from there I suggest experimenting using your ears to judge what works and what doesn't.

    Later I might film a lesson on rockabilly technique which is a good way to develop these skills to their extreme!

    Meanwhile Have fun! See you next lesson

  • Easy Texas Blues

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    Great tune mixing lead and rhythm.
    Sounds smart but easy to learn.
    Here's the end result against the Backing Track.
    First look at chords
    If you don't already know these three then pause the video and practice them
    Play E7 with this rhythm.
    Now I'm going to play the same riff but ending on A to fit with the A7 chord
    Play A7 with this rhythm
    Last line quick change from B7 to A7

    So now let's play the whole verse together. I'll play the lead lines and you respond with the chords:
    You might want to run through that a few times before moving on.

  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Beginner Lesson: Open E

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    #bluesrhythmguitar #bluesguitarlesson Blues techniques guitar. The Shuffle Blues Rhythm Pattern for beginners. This often one of the first rhythm patterns beginner blues guitarists learn


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  • Texas Blues Guitar Lesson - #79 - Rhythm Factory - Corey Congilio

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  • How to play Pride And Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan - Guitar Lesson Tutorial Texas Blues Riff Shuffle

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    In this guitar lesson tutorial we're going to learn how to play Pride And Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan!! All time blues classic and great fun with cool techniques to learn. last upload had poor sound at the intro - this one fixes that!



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  • Ry Cooder Rhythm Guitar Trick

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  • Open Position E blues rhythm guitar

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  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Chops

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    Better blues rhythm guitar chops with chord fragments, 9th chords and blues bassline riffs. Grab the FREE Workbook for this lesson here:

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    Sick of those same old blues rhythm guitar shuffles and barre chords? Kick your blues rhythm chops up a notch with this blues rhythm lesson and discover how to use chord fragments, ninth chords and rhythm riffs in your rhythm guitar style.

    Blues Rhythm Chops Ex 1: Chord Fragments

    Chord Fragments are fragments of larger chords and they are powerful blues rhythm guitar tools. See this example to learn how to use them straight away in your playing.

    Blues Rhythm Chops Ex 2: 9th Chords

    9th chords can act as substitutes for Dominant 7 chords, so instead of playing A7 in your 12 bar blues, you could play A9 instead. This adds much more colour to the 12 bar blues (and makes you sound like a way slicker player!)

    Blues Rhythm Chops Ex 3: Blues Bassline Riffs

    Why not ditch chords all together...and play a blues bassline riff instead! Here's one example of a blues bassline riff you can use. Try out some riff variations of your own remember.

    Have fun spicing up your blues rhythm chops with this lesson and see you next time!

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  • Buddy Guy Style Blues Backing Track

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    🎼 TABS, SCALE MAPS + LESSONS 👉 Today I want to pay tribute to Buddy Guy with this Chicago style Blues shuffle jam track in A!
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    Chord progression:

    II: A I A I A I A I
    I D I D I A I A I
    I E I D I A A7/G D/F# Dm/F I A/E E7 :II


    Knowing the main 7th arpeggios will come in handy...


    A7 - A C# E G
    D7 - D F# A C
    E7 - E G# B D


    Suggested scales:


    A Minor Pentatonic - A C D E G

    A Minor Blues Scale - A C D D# E G

    And -

    A Major Pentatonic - A B C# E F#

    (you could think F# minor pentatonic as it's the same!)

    A Mixolydian (A chords) - A B C# D E F# G

    A Dorian (D chords, A chords) - A B C D E F# G

    A Major Scale (E chords) - A B C# D E F# G#


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  • 50 Texas Blues Licks - #39 Turn Around - Guitar Lesson - Corey Congilio

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    Welcome to 50 Texas Blues Licks You Must Know. Think of this 50 licks course as a tribute to your favorite Texas born guitar players.

    I'll cover licks from T-Bone Walker to Stevie Ray Vaughan to Eric Johnson. Blues guitar playing has certainly evolved since the 1950's and I hope to give you a taste of some of the best licks to come from the Lone Star State. These players have molded my style and I'm really excited to share what I've learned with you.

    We'll not only cover licks but, we'll tackle turnarounds and 12 bar rhythms examples as well. Notation/Tabluture and rhythm tracks will also be included for every lick. So, plug in and put your boots on and most importantly, have fun.

  • Blues Rhythm Guitar Tutorial - Buddy Guy/SRV Style Blues Shuffle

    7:58

    Blues Rhythm Guitar Tutorial - Buddy Guy/SRV Style Blues Shuffle

    Today we will be learning how to play a Buddy Guy/Stevie Ray Vaughn Style blues shuffle on our guitar. This a great way to throw some spice and style into your rhythm playing and it combines great with the A minor Pentatonic, A Blues and A Mixolydian scales to really create great spaces for tasty fills.

    This blues shuffle is a must for any blues man out there!

  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Texas Shuffle Blues Guitar Lesson – EP061

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    In this lesson, you’ll learn a Stevie Ray Vaughan inspired Texas shuffle rhythm played in the key of A. This is something that you can play on either acoustic or electric guitar. I’ve got the backing track in a slow tempo and normal tempo at ActiveMelody.com – just look for EP061

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

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  • Cold Shot Rhythm Techniques

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    - The rhythm part of Cold Shot is a lot harder than it looks or sounds. You can be playing all the right notes and still not sound anything like Stevie. In this lesson I'll show you a techniques that add some fatness and some polish to the basic core rhythm.

  • Stevie Ray Vaughan - Tightrope - Blues Guitar Lessons - texas blues srv

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  • Texas Blues in A - Acoustic Fingerpicking Blues

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    Part of my Lesson Pack #4 (TABS with video's)

    I'm playing a resonator made by Joseph Yanuziello in standard tuning, out of the key of A.
    Based on the playing of Texas bluesmen like Blind Lemon Jefferson, Lightinin' Hopkins, Mance Lipscomb and Funny Papa Smith.

  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Blues style rhythm device: blues rock guitar lesson

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    Blues rock guitar lesson on a rhythm technique in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan and many other electric blues guitar players. We break the technique down and give you tips along the way to easily incorporate these blues devices into your guitar playing.

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