Solo Blues Guitar Lesson – Play both Rhythm and Lead in This Solo Guitar Composition – EP198

In this blues guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play both rhythm and lead in this solo composition (no accompaniment is required). You’ll learn how to improvise bluesy leads, while repeating the same blues rhythm each time.

To view the Part 2 video for this guitar lesson and to download the tablature, visit: https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/solo-blues-rhythm-and-lead-no-accompaniment-ep198
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14 comments

  1. Vernon Robinson

    great lesson

  2. Cool lesson. This is the kind of stuff I want to work on. Looking forward to working on this.

  3. When you come out of a fill are you going A then E or right into the E? It happens fast. Love this lesson

  4. You look like Eric Clapton 🙂

  5. Lookin grizzly brian.

  6. Andriy Krasniansky

    love it, but can you please make some blues leesons for beginners?

  7. We're recycling lessons now?

  8. You've got some new found beard swagger, lol.

  9. This is awesome. I love these rhythm and solo together

  10. Awesome as usual! Do you think it would be possible for you to share your tone settings in videos?

  11. One of the few teachers who teach rhythm and lead, love it! Thanks

  12. Thanks Brian. How do you like the Les Paul faded? Great price on those. Looking at that or maybe a used glossy Studio.

  13. Thanks, Brian! Sounds great! Nice-looking guitar too!

  14. Nice thx Brian

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