Never Played Patterns or Melody or The Blues on Your Guitar Treble Strings Before?
There was a time when you did not play guitar chords. This is just as easy to learn as learning to play guitar chords.
Walking Blues Guitar on Treble Strings – helps Non Music Reading Blues Guitarists, like you, to make your blues playing more interesting and to stand out from the crowd. You will do this by adding simple but effective blues patterns on the TREBLE strings of your guitar. You will instantly sound more professional and musical, by also learning to play the patterns and chords together!
At the next Blues Jam stand out from the crowd with these four different treble string 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, on your treble strings. You will never again be stuck for something to play.
You will learn to get away from playing the same three chords over and over and over again in the same way as everyone else by adding some of the notes of these patterns to your chords! That’s right you will sound as if you are playing rhythm and lead together.
Use them throughout the song to add colour and shade to your playing. Sound instantly more musical.
These patterns 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, by playing them on your treble strings. This is a very rare and useful skill to have.
If you are playing with a bass player you will be able to compliment each others playing while at the same time keeping out of each others way. This will give an even bigger overall sound by you both occupying different parts of the sound spectrum.
You can also use them to make simple solos.
Other players will ask you to show them these runs.
To Go Fast, Go Slow
“It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”
This is a comprehensive course. It is a few minutes short of 3 hours. All spent on 3 chords in the key of A.
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 A – A, D, E. 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.
Also, 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 progression. Sometimes you add the progression to your chords giving the impression that there are 2 guitars playing together – one playing rhythm, the other playing lead. Other times you mix playing the patterns on the bass strings, playing the chords and/or playing the patterns on the treble strings. You will become so versatile - and all over three simple chords. 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. 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
Stand Out from Other Players
Get More Gigs
…and Enjoy Yourself