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Blues you can use : a complete guide to learning blues guitar

Author: John Ganapes
Publisher: Milwaukee : Hal Leonard, ©1995.
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Genre/Form: Methods (Music)
Methods (Blues)
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John Ganapes
ISBN: 0793542057 9780793542055
OCLC Number: 49739622
Description: 1 score (96 pages) ; 31 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Lesson 1. Introducing minor pentatonic scales; the basic blues progression; basic blues/ rock style --
Lesson 2. Moveable scales; moveable chords; more blues-rock style --
Lesson 3. The second pentatonic pattern; the "quick change" progression; "blue notes" --
Lesson 4. Connecting scale patterns 1 & 2; root movements and more moveable chords; the basic shuffle "swing" --
Lesson 5. Pentatonic pattern 3; the "spread" rhythm; double stops --
Lesson 6. Connecting the first three patterns, introducing the 4th; the circle of 5ths; basic delta style --
Lesson 7. The final scale pattern (5th); introducing 9th chords; string bends galore --
Lesson 8. Connecting all the patterns; ♯9 chords; position changes --
Lesson 9. Playing scales over the entire fingerboard; more 9th chords; funky 16th notes --
Lesson 10. More extended scale playing and alternate picking; 7th and 9th chord review; using pattern 4 in a solo --
Lesson 11. Scale theory; adding the ♯4/♭5 tone; turnaround; chord melody style --
Lesson 12. More scale theory, introducing the major pentatonic scale; minor blues progressions; minor sounds in a solo --
Lesson 13. Major and minor pentatonic combinations; more minor blues progressions; more chord melody --
Lesson 14. More major and minor scales together; using passing chords plus 13th chords; major blues --
Lesson 15. String pair scale playing; more passing and 13th chords; mixing major and minor scales --
Lesson 16. Moving between adjacent scale patterns; using 6ths to make partial chords; basic R & B gospel style --
Lesson 17. Skipping over strings in scale playing; using 3rds; using 6ths in a solo --
Lesson 18. Matching minor scale and chord forms; introducing secondary chords in alternate blues progressions; blues-based hard edge rock --
Lesson 19. Matching major scale and chord forms; more alternate progressions; early rock sounds --
Lesson 20. Increasing speed; complete chord review and how and where to use them; trills and repeated figures in the delta style --
Lesson 21. How to use scale patterns; more alternate progressions; playing over the entire fingerboard.
Responsibility: by John Ganapes.

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