The Complete Blues Guitar Method: Beginning Blues Guitar (2nd Edition)
By David Hamburger
Item: 00-40880
UPC: 038081458977
ISBN 10: 0739095366
ISBN 13: 9780739095362
PRICE: $24.99
Series: Complete Method
Category: Guitar Method or Supplement
Format: Book & DVD
Instrument: Guitar
Perfect for beginning blues and blues-rock guitarists, Beginning Blues Guitar is an introduction to basic blues theory, left-hand techniques, rhythm styles of Texas swing, slow blues, and minor blues---plus the styles of blues greats like Muddy Waters and Buddy Guy. Learn about call-and-response phrasing, intros, turnarounds, endings, and even improvisation. The second edition features new licks in the styles of some of the hottest contemporary blues artists, like Joe Bonamassa and Gary Clark, Jr., and includes brand-new video---hosted by expert educator and guitar virtuoso Jared Meeker---with exciting demonstrations of examples and techniques. Beginning Blues Guitar is the best step-by-step method for learning the substance and style of the blues.
The Major Scale
Key Signatures
Minor Scales
Relative Minor
Diatonic Harmony
Blues Harmony
Chapter 3-Basic Rhythm Guitar
Moveable Shuffle Patterns
Basic Rhythm Vocabulary
Basic 12-Bar Blues
Palm Muting
The Shuffle Pattern
Buddy Guy-Rhythm Riffs
Texas Swing
Slow Blues
Minor Blues
Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs Together
Chapter 1-Getting Started Half Steps, Whole Steps, and the Importance of Gravity
About the Author
Reverse Bends
Signature Licks
Chapter 6-Rhythm Guitar Styles
Alternating Major and Minor Pentatonic
Targeting Root Notes
Combining Call-and-Response with Root Targeting
Chapter 5-Left-hand Techniques
Chapter 7-Intros, Turnarounds, and Endings
Chapter 8-Improvising
Chapter 2-Blues Theory
Reading Chord Diagrams
Left-Hand Muting
Variations on the Shuffle Pattern
Stop Time
Boogie-Woogie in Open E
Chapter 4-Blues Scales
The Fretboard
Tuning Up
Music Notation
Reading Tablature (TAB)
Major Pentatonic
Call-and-Response Phrasing
Riff-Style Soloing
Muddy Waters-Vamps
Reading a Chord Chart-Rhythmic Notation
Reading Scale Diagrams
Reading Roman Numerals
More Licks!
Vary Your Sources
Adding Major Pentatonic Notes to the Minor Pentatonic
Adding Minor Pentatonic Notes to the Major Pentatonic
Chord Hits
Expanding the Basic Scale Patterns
Chapter 9-Practicing
Set Goals
Organize Your Time
Metronomes, Drum Machines, and Practice Recordings
Outside the Practice Room
Minor Pentatonic