Dropped D Blues Groove | TB049

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Published on 11 February 2016
Dropped D Blues Groove http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ lesson49">http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ lesson49 Dropped D blues playing is a great way to round out your skills as a finger picking blues guitarist. It's a technique that I've usually associated with metal and hard rock guitarists, but surprisingly many blues players used this tuning heavily. Take Lonnie Johnson, for instance. He was a blues guitarist popular in the 20s and 30s and was prolific in the dropped D tuning. Check his work out. While this lesson isn't in that vein, it's another clue as to the possible sounds of working in dropped d tuning as a blues guitarist. This one is all about the rhythm. The Groove! Check out this video and head to BluesGuitarInstitute.com and pick up the TAB for this lesson to get a couple of exercises that will help you get started: http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ lesson49">http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ lesson49 Have fun and keep picking! Here's the link for the TAB again for you: http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ lesson49">http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ lesson49 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Subscribe to this Channel Make Sure You Get Every One of the Tuesday Blues Lessons http://www.youtube.com/user/bluesguitarinstitute?sub_confirmation=1 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Blues Guitar Institute: http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bluesguitarinstitute ================================================ Join Blues Guitar Institute to Get Each Lesson TAB http://www.bluesguitarinstitute.com/ tips49 ================================================

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