Guitar Lessons - Walking Bass Blues For All Guitar Players 2
What you'll learn
- You Will Play Walking Bass Blues On Guitar in The Most Popular Blues Key EVER - The Key of E
- You Will Master Four of The Most Popular Patterns and Widely Used Patterns
- You Will Stand Out At Jam Sessions by Having Something Unique and Musical To Play
- Other Guitar Players Will Ask You To Show Them What you Played
- No Need To Be Able To Read Music - Play along With Lessons At Your Own Pace
- You Can Use With Fast or Slow Blues
- Perfect Stand-Alone Walking Bass Blues Course in the Key of E or as a Follow On To my Free Udemy Course "Walking Bass Blues for All Guitar Players Part I - FREE
- You Can Also Play These On A BASS GUITAR - Even If You Have Never Played A Bass Guitar Before
- It is perfect for All Guitar players Interested In The Blues
- Strong Desire To Improve Your Guitar Playing Immediately
- Ability To Read Tab An Advantage but Not Necessary
Learn to Play Walking Bass Blues and 12 Bars Blues in the Most Popular Blues Key EVER - The Key of E
Companion Course to my FREE Udemy Course "Walking Bass Blues for All Guitar Players Part I - FREE" in the Key of A
In These Two Courses You Will Play Walking Bass Blues and 12 Bar Blues in The Two Most Popular Blues Keys Ever, A and E
Never Played 12 Bar Blues Patterns on Your Guitar Before?
Walking Bass Blues For All Guitar Players Part 2 Key of E – helps Non Music Reading Blues Guitarists, like you, to sound more interesting and to stand out from the crowd. You will do this by adding simple but effective blues patterns on the bass strings of your guitar. You will instantly sound more professional and musical, unlike other guitar players who just play straight chords or flash accompaniments. This course concentrates on one of the most popular blues keys –the key of E.
At the next Blues Jam stand out from the crowd with these four different patterns that will fit most blues tunes, fast or slow. Whilst everyone else is playing the same chords and flash licks and fills you can sit back and relax and play these patterns. You can get away from playing the same three chords over and over and over again. You will never again be stuck for something to play.
Use them throughout the song to add colour and shade to your playing. Sound instantly more musical.
They are also useful to add a solid foundation to your tunes. And as they were traditionally seen as a part of a bass player’s skillset, not many guitarists use them. This is your chance to sound unique and stand out from other guitarists. This is a very useful skill to have.
Other players will ask you to show them these runs. They can even be used as solos.
To Go Fast, Go Slow
There are many paradoxes in life.
Some statements are true. Some are Untrue. Some are both!
This sentence has seven words. Clearly, untrue.
So the opposite must be true. Or is it? Hmm…
This sentence does not have seven words.
That brings me to the statement “To Go Fast, Go Slow.”
This is a comprehensive course in the key of E. The good news is that you do not have to finish the course to start using what you learn straight away. In fact, the best way to use this course is to go slowly.
You can start straight away by learning one pattern. This will consist of a repeating pattern played over 2 strings of a given chord.
It is as simple and as quick as that. You can stop there and start using that pattern in your playing immediately.
When you are ready, add the next pattern. This will build on the run of the previous pattern and will be a logical extension of what you have already learned.
Now you have two patterns. And lots more possibilities at your fingertips already.
I Don’t Have Time?
You simply learn the pattern once for each of the 3 chords in the Key of E – E, A, B7. You do not need to know how to play B7 to play the pattern as it is simply a simple pattern of notes, repeated. You can stop once the first pattern is learned, use it straight away and continue with the rest when you decide that you are ready. All patterns build on the previous one. Surely it is worth the effort to be the player that people remember?
I Am A Beginner
Everything is broken down into note by note pieces with no impossible to play finger-breaking patterns, just simple, logical, finger per fret repeating patterns. The videos break everything down into bite sized pieces and lead you through each key and chord note by note. You will learn by repeating each run slowly. These are not going to interfere with your playing; they are going to improve your playing.
Learn By Doing
You play along WITH each video. This is not a course where you watch me demonstrate each technique and then you try to figure out what I just did and decipher it. You play ALONG WITH ME. I break each run down into tiny pieces and we play them together as we learn the whole pattern for each of the three chords. So you are going to have to work – but not too hard. Once you have learned one, the rest are easy as they follow the same logic. And, I try to make sure that we have fun while doing so.
However, the more that you use the patterns the easier it will be to play it in a variety of tempos and musical styles. It is learning by doing but still can be implemented immediately.
I Cannot Read Music
You do not have to be able to read music to learn how to add bass patterns to your guitar playing. Also, the videos are very clear shot from two points of view. Everything is broken down clearly. And slowly.
All examples taught are notated in TAB. There are .pdf files for you to download and keep.
This All Sounds Complicated To Me
I understand your fear. I want you to imagine how you felt just before you learned your first ever guitar chord.
Imagine how you feel about the same chord Now.
Learning to play walking bass blues patterns is no more difficult than learning your first chord.
Using this course, it becomes a simple skill that any guitar player at any level can learn.
Imagine yourself the next time you play a song with your guitar. As you smile to yourself, your fingers play a simple but instantly recognisable blues bass progression, giving the impression that there is a bass player in the room with you.
Your listeners start to be captivated by the experience as you lead them on a through the song in a way that is familiar to them.
Then, before they know it you are ending and they all break into simultaneous applause.
You acknowledge the applause and smile to yourself. You are the only one in the room who knows that you only learned the bass patterns shortly before that performance. It really is as simple as that. So what are you waiting for? Go on. Get this course now. And be remembered as the great guitar player that you are meant to be.
Quick To Implement
No Need To Read Music
Sound More Professional
Make Your Playing More Musical
Multiple Uses – Backing, Foundation, Solos
Sound like More Than 1 Guitar Player
No Need For A Bass Player!
Stand Out from Other Players
Get More Gigs
…and Enjoy Yourself
You can also sound like a professional bass player by using these patterns on a BASS GUITAR. Even if you have NEVER played a bass guitar before, you will instantly be able to use these 4 patterns to cover a large number of traditional blues standards. No one will be able to tell the difference. Go on. Amaze yourself. And your friends.
Who this course is for:
- It is perfect for All Guitar players Interested In The Blues
- Perfect Follow Up to My FREE Udemy Course "Walking Bass Blues for All Guitar Players Part I - FREE"
- Ideal for Blues Guitarists Who Want To Bring Something Unique To Their Playing
- Guitar Players Who Want To Sound Professional and Be Remembered
John has been learning, playing and teaching guitar for over 30 years. He has successfully taught students in person all around the world, even in situations where neither party shared the same language, other than the language of music. His philosophy of music is based on freely sharing everything he knows with whoever wants to know it.
He breaks it all down into small, clear, concise steps, covering everything in as much detail as possible.
Through his patience and enthusiasm his students leave their first lesson full of amazement at what they are already able to play so easily and quickly. To succeed students need curiosity and a willingness to learn.
He teaches students what they need to know, when they want to know it, empowering them on their life-long musical journey.
Begin your journey. Now.
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