by The Field Museum Library According to author Griff Hamlin: “Playing Through The Blues – Guide For The Lead Guitar Player“, is the most comprehensive and easiest method to learn Blues Lead Guitar… You will learn every amazing lick, scale, technique, and cool trick that you’ll ever need to know… You’ll learn how guys like [...]

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by The U.S. National Archives Living with the misconception that there is nothing new to learn can leave people feeling unfulfilled.  We can always learn new skills that keep us challenged and excited.  Blues guitar secrets revealed is incredibly exciting.  For those blues guitar players who have become stuck in a rut and are beginning [...]

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by UW Digital Collections Has it always been a dream of yours to be able to play a musical instrument?   Are you interested in learning how to play a certain style of guitar playing called the blues?   Up until recently, it was difficult to find qualified instructors who could teach in this style of music.  [...]

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by Smithsonian Institution Many guitar players tend to get tired of playing the same thing over and over again and want to learn something new like playing the blues guitar. There are many sources available online through which you can learn to play the blues lead guitar but most of them are crap and don’t [...]

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by Powerhouse Museum Collection The sound of someone playing blues on guitar includes a very distinct sound. From Eric Clapton to Stevie Ray Vaughan the sound they might make is usually referred to as smoky because of its alluring power. To experience the blues you will find a number of tricks to understand from blues [...]

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by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives Blues music really started in the Deep South of America in the late 19th Century, but blues guitar and blues guitar riffs did not did not appear until about the early 1920´s. The first songs ever published where “Delta blues,” and “St. Louis Blues,” where the foundation [...]

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by Powerhouse Museum Collection What Are Blues Guitar Licks There are several types of ways to plays blues music. These vary with the instruments used to play the song coupled with the way the instrument is played. Blues makes ample use of the acoustic guitar to play their sound. One of the most vital forms [...]

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by The Library of Congress History Of Blues Acoustic Guitar Blues is one of the numerous folk styles included in the different musical genres all over the world. It was developed in the 19th century by African-American artists and its evolution also went into the early 20th century. The music developed from strong vocal music [...]

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by The Library of Congress It is essential for musicians to be able to play music without the support of a band and this is also an essential element in a blues guitar solo where the guitarist must play notes which sound correct. This is because when the guitarist plays a solo, the blues sound [...]

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by UW Digital Collections If you are interested in learning to play the blues but haven’t got around to learning exactly how and why the blues is what it is, you may want to consider looking into this course. It is taught by a guy named Nate Savage, who has more than 16 years of [...]

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