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44 Blues


Bass, Rhythm and Singing

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44 Blues > Bass, Rhythm and Singing

We're re-issuing one of Corey's most popular lessons with re-mastered video, new sheet music and updated loop points. From Corey: 

In this lesson we cover the importance of a steady bass and getting the rhythm together. Make sure that you are breaking the song up into its parts and then practicing each part until you have it. Then you can stitch it all together. I also introduce a simple riff that should help you to make the song more interesting, and I demonstrate how I sing to the song. Take your time with this. Remember, "the guitar is a jealous mistress." Practice every moment you get until you don't have to think about the song when you play it. Good luck!!

Corey

 

 

Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Chicago Blues

Print Print Chords & Tab

Loop 0:37 Run-Through

 

Download the Sheet Music PDF

 

Loop 2:40 Alternative E Riff

Loop 4:55 Rhythm of Pull-Offs and Steady Bass

Loop 9:23 E Fill Lick

Loop 10:18 Breakdown of Instrumental Break

Loop 11:08 Alternative Turn-Around

Loop 11:32 Tapping Your Foot, 1 Drop and Posture

Loop 13:35 Singing

 

 

 

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