May 1

How To Play Blues Shuffle – Part 2 (Cool Lick)

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In last week’s lesson I taught you a blues shuffle strum. We worked on getting the proper feel for the blue shuffle and then finally put it into a progression.

This week I want to step it up a notch.

You're going to learn a cool lick using that same blues shuffle feel. Played straight this lick is used for Chuck Berry style rock 'n roll. Add the blue shuffle feel and it gives it another whole flavor.

Go ahead and check out the lesson. Be sure and leave me a comment to let me know what other kinds of things you'd like to learn.

 

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  1. Thank you Tomas, I appreciate the way you break down the lesson into small parts, easier to follow and put into practice.

  2. Liked this lesson, cool stuff and easy to follow. looking forward to the next Blues lesson. thanks again.

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