Blues guitar lesson + Tony Polecastro + EASY and classic guitar riffs = endless fun! It’s time to spice up your guitar playing by following my blues guitar challenge!
This is just one blues guitar lesson in a series where I’ll teach you 5 super fun blues progressions that will help you reboot your guitar practice.
And if you want to learn the guitar practice method that has changed the lives of over 21,000 guitar players, you NEED to check out my guitar-reboot workshop to ensure you get the most out of your guitar practice.
Here’s the link: http://www.tonypolecastro.com/reboot-challenge
Blues Guitar Lesson #1
Today’s blues guitar lesson is focusing on a bass guitar line that is found in COUNTLESS blues songs.
Funny enough, this blues guitar line is taken from a bass player’s repertoire. While it may sound like it’s pretty bass-y, just wait until you try it out over a jam track.
Yes, it utilizes the bass strings, but it’s a catchy melody that can be played over a lot of different blues songs!
Here’s the GREAT thing about this blues guitar lesson: you learn 1 finger shape, and then you apply it to 3 different places on the fretboard.
Additionally, you’ll learn how to focus your pick direction. This lesson has you using constant eighth-notes.
As long as you are keeping a steady rhythm in your picking hand, this blues progression shouldn’t prove too difficult. Again, it’s only day 1, so I hope you can pace yourself and keep up the good work tomorrow!
To join the hundreds of others taking the 5-Day Blues Challenge, be sure to visit our Facebook group.
If you’re already hungry for more, check out this lesson.
Check back tomorrow for the next lesson!
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