Gospel Slides (Blues Rhythm Guitar – Guitar Lesson BL-207) How to play

Justin’s Completely Free, Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson BL-207. Lesson 7. This lesson we’ll learn how to use a cool shape to create a classic blues move, the Go…
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24 Responses to “Gospel Slides (Blues Rhythm Guitar – Guitar Lesson BL-207) How to play”

  • Roy Velez:

    Great lesson, as all the others.

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  • Filipe Silva:

    “that the way to work a new lick into your bag” .
    Dang justin = p

  • letitsnowization:

    What an amazing lesson! Does anyone know any artists with that style of rhythm that he’s showing us first?

  • ashley86697:

    You know,I learnt a thing or two here,so for that alone I say thank you very much Justin, this is a pretty cool lesson. And you’ve presented it well,clear,easy to get.And what’s even better is the ‘language’ and ‘playing’ all at once to give it a kind of seamless quality or feel to it all. Very cool,cheers J.

  • mralafia:

    Always great for Steely fans to connect. God Bless and thanks for the lesson.

  • riobossa1:

    dude…ur work is inspiring and helpful !!! dont stop doing what u do!!

  • manz92:

    i know him tooo, love his stuff.

  • Tyler Adam:

    if you like him go to marty swarts

  • FlamesBloodlust:

    Hey Justin!
    I don’t mean to be a hater but didn’t Riffoftheweek do this? Or a lesson like this?
    I like both lessons!

  • deforager:

    prooo..
    

  • Steve Phillips:

    Real hip sound dude!

  • João Vitor Marques.:

    You have band?

  • Ziemowit Jańczak:

    ‘sounds great, that’s why people do it, not because theory is cool’ heheh good one!
    Thanks for another great lesson.
    Greetings from Poland

  • CatBahptista:

    @Sennanchie and @siyomai
    What a great arguement. No fighting, no name calling, no stupidity. That’s rare on Youtube, everytime someone disagrees with something you say, it becomes a fight.

  • ppdrawings:

    One thing that i’m finding hard to do is to take lessons from one key and play them in a different key. It’s not like playing the bass – where its the exact same finger shape/pattern no matter what key you play it in.

  • Arnaldo Tayao Jr.:

    Oh I see. Sorry for the misinterpretation. LOL.

  • Sennanchie:

    Oh no… I guess we have different interpretations of that. He is far from dead!  I just meant “late” as in later on in his career is all.

  • Arnaldo Tayao Jr.:

    yeah but when you say late then your saying that the guy is dead. Like the late Micheal Jackson. But your right their both great. :)

  • Sennanchie:

    Well maybe a little, since he is 51 years old now and first got started with Zappa when he was 19. But he still has a long way to go. Or at least I hope! What a great guy he is too. Both of them, Steve and Justin.

  • Arnaldo Tayao Jr.:

    Vai may be great, but he is not yet late. Justin very helpful by the way.

  • Sennanchie:

    Ladies and gentlemen, this guy actually had the wonderful privilege of interviewing the late and great Steve Vai!!! That’s pretty damn bitchin’ in my book! Right on Justin! I’m so jealous!

  • xledzepplinx:

    i just missed out on a distinction in on my solo performance exam because of my problem of not having the licks mixed in enough :x so thanks for the advice. hopefully ill get that distinction next term :p

  • xledzepplinx:

    i just missed out on a distinction in on my solo performance exam because of my problem of not having the licks mixed in enough :x so thanks for the advice. hopefully ill get that distinction next term :p

    and i think these 9 chords are used in hendrix’s last ever recording at electic lady studios. its just a slow blues jam