Play a blues without accompaniment
This course is for the guitarist who wants to be able to play a fun blues tune without needing a band. It’s the kind of song that you can play anywhere you like – on the porch or at the open mic night. Although you don’t need a jam track, I have included one, because you may find that helpful as you learn this piece.
- 4 videos (Introduction, performance with and without jam track, and the complete breakdown)
- TAB and Guitar Pro files
- Backing track
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If you're having a little trouble getting used to the new rhythm idea / technique in E Porch Blues, you can borrow rhythm ideas from Robert's other course - Rhythm and Licks Three (I don't think he would mind), and use. This lesson is a little more advanced than the usual 12 / 24 Bar Blues progression, and also uses a Secondary Dominant chord resolving to the V / Five chord, to get a bluesy jazz tension out of the V / Five chord. And he has some different lick ideas thrown in as well.
Very soothing ....Wow!
Genial, Robert !! .Ce petit blues est trés sympa.
merci beaucoup et Bonne Année.
Je trouve d'ailleurs que Genial Robert , vous va trés bien 🙂
Robert Renman has came out with yet another sweet and fun blues tune. On this, you learn to play the lead and rhythm together, without a band or anyone else. It's a challenging and enjoyable piece to learn and play. A nice one to have in your repertoire!
Thanks a lot for this Great Little Blues tune, Love it. Do more like this.