Learn a slow and easy solo blues composition on guitar – Easy Blues Guitar Lesson – EP262

Learn a slow and easy solo blues composition on guitar - Easy Blues Guitar Lesson - EP262

In this week’s guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a slow and easy blues composition that’s played solo guitar (no accompaniment required). This is played in the key of C, but I”ll show you how to easily transpose this to any key.

If you’d like to view the Part 2 video, as well as the tablature (and on-screen tab viewer) for this guitar lesson, visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/solo-blues-guitar-lesson-key-c-no-accompaniment-needed-ep262/

15 comments

  1. ธัชพล แสงทอง

    The best

  2. Андрей Невоград

    Ну как не любить блюз , не понимаю ! Спасибо

  3. This was great! Thank you 🙂

  4. what makes your lessons really good is there is theory here w/o you scaring people away with it

  5. Nice lick. But the whole time, I had my eye on that nut. What is that?

  6. nice , you can buy everfunnels agency and start creation course 'guitar lessons' if you want i give you gift bonus 🙂

  7. Another great job, Brian! Also the light background is great, somehow easier to see what’s going on. Thank you!

  8. Robert Vandermark

    It's a shame that your trying to get us to go and join the get the tab you are not trying to help us understand the actual notes you are playing and I think it is on purpose

  9. I am learning a lot from you. Thanks. You are my favorite teacher

  10. Great tune.wish you would talk about your equipment. In each lesson and settings.So very important when in beginning and intermediate.
    But I love how you always teach what your doing!

  11. Wow sweeeeet

  12. Antonino de Pádua Nascimento Felipe

    Que pedal você está usando? Um timbre perfeito!

  13. Maurice Cardinal

    Smooth licks.

  14. Now – that's a COOL Blues tune! Thanks Brian.

  15. This is…. Next level guitar playing thats over the head of ur average player and ur veteran that thinks it's all about blazin… Good stuff bro

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