Lesson 4 – Moving the Blues Scale Learning scales is always imparitive no matter what instrument you are playing, and that remains true for the guitar as well. Once you mastered the blues scale, you can work on moving the blues scale up and down the guitar. A great exercise any musician should learn. Don’t miss […]
In this lesson, Todd Hobin shows you how to play a few blues guitar riffs by stringing together the techniques you have learned.
Playing songs quickly can feel like a real accomplishment, but getting there can be a challenge. In fact, the best way to master the skills of any song is to play it slowly, very slowly, then increase the speed (or tempo) of the song once you’ve mastered the skills.
By the end of this video you will be able to not only play a couple chord numbers, but using the same principle play any chords with numbers.
After becoming a master of the piano from Making Music’s Just Play Piano series Making Music is now embarking on a new journey with you: Just Play Guitar.
Now that you’ve learned how to do left hand accompaniment, it’s time you learn some right hand accompaniment. It has the same basic premise as the left hand,