Acoustic Blues Guitar Licks & Soloing Strategies
What you’ll learn
Acoustic Lead Blues and Blues Rock Licks and Soloing Approaches
Overall increased knowldge of lead guitar, rhythm guitar, soloing, jamming, and improvisation
Huge batches of licks, how to build them and how to easily add them to your playing repertoire
All about guitar lead techniques and the use of dynamics to create playing variety and expressiveness
How to build licks and devices from scales and how to turn one lick into 10 licks
How to solo and improvise over jam tracks – learn to Jam!
Have more lead guitar confidence and more soloing avenues when soloing and jamming
“ACOUSTIC GUITAR BLUES LICKS & SOLOING STRATEGIES” Course – This course is a structured curriculum to get you comfortable and creative on the acoustic guitar. Throughout these lessons you will be inspired by tons of new licks, new ways to add rhythmic spice to progressions, new devices, and new and different ways to look at the acoustic guitar that will help springboard your playing to the next level.
Get a complete new palette of acoustic blues sounds and skyrocket your acoustic blues playing to the next level. In this course you will learn tons of new licks and approaches AND how to easily incorporate them into your playing and soloing.
– Do you need help understanding how to solo and improvise?
– Would you like to play rhythm and lead at the same time?
– Are you tired of playing the same things over and over again?
– Have you hit the dreaded wall?
– Do you feel limited in your acoustic playing?
– Would you like to “Blues Up” your licks and rhythms?
– Are you tired of staying in the same position all the time?
– Want to get better at jamming and improvising on acoustic?
– Do you need help understanding how to solo and improvise?
Well, if you answered yes to any of the above questions then this course is for you.
This course consists of Over 2 hours of detailed HD video lessons, ten killer Jam Tracks so you can practice and apply what you are learning, tablature eBook – a PDF eBook of all licks tabbed out for each lesson lick by lick, and a scale reference eBook – a PDF reference eBook of scales, lessons, and soloing strategies.
This course will not only teach you a TON of acoustic blues licks but also how to build blues licks, why they work, what scales they are built from, what makes them bluesy, and how to play them over chords, progressions and in your solos. So you not only learn licks but we teach you to learn FROM the lick.
You learn the critical approaches so you can truly understand the process of building licks, jamming, and improvising.
This is a complete educational package where we give you much more more than just a pocket full of licks – you get the knowledge, tools, and soloing approaches as we teach the licks and devices. So you can really get to that next level in your acoustic blues playing and jamming.
This course is recommended for beginning to intermediate acoustic guitarists, as well as electric guitarists. It is perfect for those who would like to move their acoustic blues playing to the next level and try some new techniques to help develop their own style.
And learning is easy with our instantly downloadable PDF tablature eBook where we tab out each and every lick. Plus you also get video on-screen tablature so you can follow along with the video lessons. So all the licks are written out in tablature in the included eBook and ALSO appear on-screen. This makes it easy to follow along and to start making music!
All rhythms and licks are broken down, explained, and demonstrated at slow speed and regular speed so you don`t have to keep hitting the rewind button. We also have close up shots of the fret hand so you get a bird’s eye view of the neck and fret fingers. We break each section into digestible parts and get you playing and rocking out in the fastest most efficient manner. Players of all levels will be inspired by the interesting licks, techniques, approaches, and devices throughout this course.
Throughout this course you will learn:
-Tons of killer blues licks -Lots of fun blues turnarounds
-How to spice up your blues rhythms -How to connect lead licks to chords
-Learn how to build bluesy arpeggio licks -To expand your open position vocabulary
-Learn bluesy dominant 7th chord inversions -How to play lead and rhythm at the same time
-To enhance and “blues up” basic blues rhythms -How to add licks and fills within blues progressions
-All about the “key” bluesy notes when building licks -How to add killer micro string bends on the acoustic
-All about the 2-5-1 approach when playing the blues -To create movement, groove, and motion within chords
-How to to liven up your playing utilizing open string licks -Classic blues devices you can easily add to your playing
-How to introduce bluesy flavors into your acoustic playing -Learn to liven up your playing to fill out the sound on your acoustic
-How to build lead lines, tension, and licks to set up chord changes -How to thicken up your sound with double stops and double stop licks
-All about swung 8th notes and triplets and how to build licks with them
-Huge batches of licks, how to build them and how to easily add them to your playing repertoire
-How to “sneak” in licks within blues rhythms so you can play rhythm and lead at the same time
-Learn all about vibrato, hammer ons, pull offs, slurs, slides, trills, rakes, and the use of dynamics to create playing variety and expressiveness.
Feel free to email me any questions and keep having fun with those guitars. Take care and rock on!
-David Taub, Next Level Guitar Inc.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn more about acoustic lead blues guitar, soloing stratgedies, devices, licks, & techniques
- Welcome Introduction and first lesson
- Lesson 2 – Bluesing up open chords – part 2
- Lesson 3 – Add expressiveness to licks
- Lesson 4 – Make your own scales
- Lesson 5 – Acoustic top to bottom approach
- Lesson 6 – The magic of open position
- Lesson 7 – Acoustic higher position licks
- Lesson 8 – Acoustic licks over 2-5-1 progressions
- Lesson 9 – Acoustic Blues double stops part 1
- Lesson 10 – Acoustic Blues double stops part 2