Acoustic Blues Guitar by Steven DahlbergCategories: Blues, Styles
Play Authentic Solo Acoustic Blues Guitar With Steve Dahlberg’s Easy 3-Step Plan:
- Visualize - You’ll “see” how to perform crucial techniques used by blues originators
- Connect - You’ll connect these techniques to classic acoustic blues songs
- Play - You’ll play authentic blues songs with style and confidence, and you’ll have the skills to write your own blues songs from scratch
Includes: 2.5 hours of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group
Here is what you get:
- 2.5h of Online Video Lessons
Downloadable Tab Book
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Acoustic Blues Guitar
- Discover the basics of playing acoustic blues, including the right way to hold your guitar, what type of fingerpicks to use, and a quick discussion of capos.
- A discussion of basic chords used in the course, as well as tips on right-hand technique. How many fingers to pick with, how to play basslines with your thumb, and more.
- 1 authentic blues song in the style of Mississippi John Hurt. And an improvisation based on the song. So you can get creative and make blues songs your own.
- 1 “East Texas” style monotonic blues song. Which means, there’s just one bass note at a time thumping along to a foot-stomping beat.
- 1 awesome acoustic blues tune in the style of Mance Lipscomb. And an in-depth study of the chords and techniques it uses, so you can play it with confidence.
- Tons of variations on this tune, so you can get ideas for improvising. Which means, this one song can be a jumping-off point for endless jamming.
- Find out how to combine bass patterns. So you can mix things up and play songs in different styles.
- An introduction to ragtime blues, and what makes it unique. So you can play in the style of the Reverend Gary Davis, Blind Boy Fuller, Blind Blake and more.
- 1 ragtime blues song in the style of Gary Davis. Plus tips for creating variations and improvising.
- Find out how to add bass runs to your blues songs. So you can change the style of any blues song on-demand.
- An easy way to play a “walking bass line.” And how to strum along with your fingers to create rhythm.
- A Robert Johnson-style lick that sounds awesome at the end of a song. So you can play authentic acoustic blues songs from beginning to end.
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