Learn the basics of acoustic slide guitar
This blues lick is fairly easy to play on guitar, and when played well can create a very evocative sound that will add movement and interest to your accompaniment.
If you look to the masters for inspiration—without copying them note for note—you can produce blues verses and solos that sound fresh and exciting on guitar.
In this lesson, you’ll explore comping and soloing strategies over a standard 12-bar jazz blues progression, as well as chord substitutions and variations.
The 8 performances on Forever on my Mind, recorded live at Wabash College in 1964, are so different, they force us to rethink everything we know we about him.
In this guitar lesson, get a taste of open tunings by lowering your strings to open D minor, then playing a handful of chord shapes and applying them to a bluesy etude.
Here we highlight female blues guitarists who helped shaped the blues; masterly musicians who don’t always receive the recognition they deserve.
Explore syncopation—playing around with a melody’s rhythmic placement over the bass notes to make the music sound cooler.
Here's an open-G arrangement of the traditional blues tune "Poor Boy, Long Ways from Home"
In this lesson, I’ll show you some fingerpicking exercises based on some of my blues in DADGAD ideas.