John Ganapes – More Blues You Can Use
Jan 31 2014
More Blues You Can Use picks up where Blues You Can Use left off. The two books are a great combo for self-teaching blues electric guitar. This comprehensive follow-up to Blues You Can Use is designed to help players develop their lead and rhythm techniques. Covers: pentatonic scales, single-note tremolo, double-string bends, reverse bends, shuffle rhythms, 6th and 9th chords, boogie patterns, chord substitutions, vibrato techniques, chord accents, voice leading, arpeggios, rakes, blues runs and more! Examples are in standard notation and TAB, and the CD includes 23 full-band tracks.
Be warned, though: this book is quite a bit more demanding than the first one. It’s almost like there was supposed to be a “middle” book between the first one and this one. There is some EXTREMELY fast playing in the practice tracks. The book is well written and explains the songs and note selections very well. The main point of the book seems to be to get you to creatively follow the changes of a 12 bar blues form, in both rhythm and lead.
I would recommend this book to those who practiced and enjoyed the first book, or to those blues fans that have a hard time picking notes outside pentatonic scales. Be prepared to work hard on each lesson though!
Format: PDF + Audio tracks (Mp3). 112 pagesDownload John Ganapes – More Blues You Can Use free and other lessons from our site