Slow Blues Lead Guitar lesson (Over a Minor Progression) – EP153

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In this blues guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a slow, melodic lead played over a minor progression. I’ll show you how to pick the notes out of chords and how to play a bluesy lead from the minor pentatonic scale.
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  1. Can I also play it on an acoustic guitar ?

  2. I owe my entire guitar learning to you and Marty Schwartz, thanks ,keep up the good work!

  3. You have a very Clapton like style ,smooth and sweet I play your stuff for others they ask the same question what Clapton song is that? , very nice my man nice vibrato as well

  4. can we get the backing track please?? only drums and piano

  5. It's amazing so many folks hear stairway to heaven and I hear a Boz Scaggs version of Loan me a dime , either way love the lesson

  6. Loved the intro Brian, great lesson buddy, thx .

  7. Great lesson!

  8. Great lesson!

  9. Phattaralada Sriphamorn

    i need to backing truck!!!!!!!

  10. Great, thank you !!!

  11. Brian, that is beautiful.

  12. So beautiful BRIAN

  13. One of the best online guitar lessons I've ever followed. Learned so much in 25 minutes. Thank you!

  14. It's your talking that makes it all start to make sense , please don't change. I love that some of those licks sound very Spanish which I love.

  15. Awesome

  16. The note you're referring to at 16:50…..Can that also be explained as a note in the MAJOR pentatonic scale of A??? You didn't say anything about the major scale at that point…..

  17. That Gilmour bend

  18. Beautiful progression and tasty melodic solo. Many thanks. Keep up the good work

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