Small Blues Chord Tricks - for lead & rhythm guitar

Robert Renman

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Published on 07 May 2020
►► See the Mega Bundle : Here is a great way to play "small blues chords". They are actually named "Dyads", and you can use them both for rhythm guitar, as well as for lead guitar. You can also view them as harmonized 3rds, coming from the Mixolydian mode. It's a cool tool in your shed for playing lead guitar with more variation. Just single note lead playing can get stale. Then you throw in this type of thing! You can also use this for fills, as you play rhythm guitar. It's very sweet, isn't it? If you find it difficult, stick the G and B strings for the movements. The 2nd way I show, using B and E strings, is probably harder. Always do what you find easiest. Playing guitar is hard enough already - we don't need make it any harder. I have created a 48 bar long practice lesson for how to play this, complete with Soundslice interactive tab, backing track, Tab and Guitar Pro files. It's available for members on my website. Perhaps it's time you join us there? Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson by Robert Renman Gear: I used a D'angelico EX-SS from The amp: Suhr Badger 18 from Pedal: 12th Street Special from Effects: Toontrack EZ Mix 2 Subscribe to my channel: I'm a guitar instructor in Canada, and I provide guitar playing lessons and gear advice, as well as gear demos. Share if you like my work! ▼ Follow me... Twitter: Facebook: Google+: #d'angelico #suhr #dangelicony @dangelicony #dangelico #guitar #toontrack @toontrack @suhr @dangelicoguitars

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