We're re-issuing one of Corey's most popular lessons with new sheet music, re-mastered video and updated loop points. From Corey:
In this lesson we will begin to learn my song, "Lynch Blues" from Fulton Blues, my most recent album. I chose this tune to give you an idea of how to write a song that has a traditional feel to it. When I wrote this song I was listening to a lot of Ishman Bracey and R.L. Burnside and some of that influence is reflected in the riffs. I suggest you get the bass line down to the point that it is steady and reliable and then concentrate on the riffs.
I hope you enjoy it.
Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
Loop 1:37 Performance of Lynch Blues
Loop 4:43 Brush for the Steady Bass
Loop 5:34 Overview of Song Form
Loop 6:16 Main Riff Slowly
Loop 7:30 Goind to the V
Loop 8:27 What to Practice and Closing Thoughts