Have you ever listened to a master blues musician and wondered why their solos sound different and more powerful than yours?
“Beyond Pentatonics” Contains 104 Pages of Blues Guitar Secrets for the Advancing Guitarist:
Add New, Rich Melodic Colours to your Solo
Learn how the Greatest Guitarists Target the Most Powerful Notes.
Master Every Important Scale Choice for Every Chord in the Blues Progression
Over 125 Licks, 80 Minutes of Audio and 10 Backing Tracks
The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar is a three-part series that teaches you all the essential skills required to become an excellent blues guitarist.
Book Three: "Beyond Pentatonics" shows you how to break away from the minor pentatonic soloing rut that many blues guitarists quickly fall into.
The first half of "Beyond Pentatonics" shows you how to target the most powerful notes from each chord in the blues progression to create the greatest emotional effect.
Every chord change in the blues progression is covered in minute detail, with clear diagrams and plenty of great licks to learn. You’ll quickly find yourself playing emotive, original solos that you never before thought possible.
The second half of ‘Beyond Pentatonics’, looks in great detail at the many possible scale choices for each of the chords in the blues. Every essential scale choice is given for the I, IV and V chords, with theory and important concepts clearly explained. There are over 125 pieces of authentic blues vocabulary, plus many ‘tricks of the trade’ to help you incorporate these compelling sounds into your solos.
There is no better, more detailed book to teach you the melodic secrets of blues guitar soloing.Über den Autor:
A professional guitar teacher for over 12 years, Joseph Alexander graduated from The Guitar Institute in London with a Diploma in Popular Music Performance. He continued his education at the prestigious Leeds College of Music achieving a BA (Hons) in Jazz Studies in 2002. Immediately following his graduation Joseph was awarded a bursary and internship writing music for the West Yorkshire Playhouse where he composed scores for three individual works. Music has taken Joseph all over the world. He has performed on little islands in Thailand and 100,000 ton ocean liners in the Caribbean. He currently lives in Poynton, England and is busy teaching a new wave of upcoming guitarists. He has often worked as a peripatetic teacher in Cheshire schools and at times has over 40 weekly private students.
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