Tag Archives: Accompaniment

Slow Acoustic Blues Guitar Lesson With No Accompaniment – EP065

To download the tablature and watch the 2nd video for this lesson (along with a slow walk-through video) – visit http://www.activemelody.com/lessons/free_lesson_content/slow-acoustic-blues-no-accompaniment-ep065 In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a slow blues in the key of E on acoustic guitar (this could also be played on electric). Learn how to jam with yourself, with no accompaniment. No band or jam ...

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Bluegrass Guitar Lesson – Solo Composition (No Accompaniment) – EP172

To view the Part 2 video and to download the tab for this lesson, visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/solo-bluegrass-guitar-lesson-composition-on-acoustic-guitar-ep172 If you’ve ever wanted to play a bluegrass style strum pattern on acoustic guitar, this would be a great lesson for you, no matter where you are on the guitar. In this bluegrass guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a solo bluegrass composition ...

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Slow Blues Guitar Lesson – On Electric Guitar With No Accompaniment – EP094

To view the on-screen tab viewer, download the tab, and to view the Part 2 video, visit http://www.activemelody.com/lessons/free_lesson_content/slow-electric-blues-solo-with-no-accompaniment-ep094 In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a slow blues on electric guitar with no accompaniment – i.e. no band, no jam track, just grab your guitar and start playing. I’ll show you how to play this with a pick, ...

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Acoustic Blues Guitar Lesson in G – No Accompaniment – EP114

To watch the part 2 video, download the tablature, and for access to the on-screen tab viewer, visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/acoustic-blues-guitar-lesson-in-the-key-of-g-no-accompaniment-ep114/ In this acoustic guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a simple 12 bar blues arrangement in the key of G that requires no accompaniment. I’ll explain what scales I’m playing in and supply context in addition to showing you how ...

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