Just like "Smokestack Lightnin' ", the song stays on a repetitive, droning guitar part and never makes another chord change.
This is great blues classic by Slim Harpo.
This is a great Texas blues-rock song that was released on my first record, "Time To Burn, back in 1999.
This is a great song off of the T-Birds first record, the "Girls Go Wild" album.
One of the greatest bands that came out of Austin, TX in the '90's, the Arc Angels.
The first track off of Jimmie Vaughan's 1994 solo album "Strange Pleasure".
This is Albert King' most well-known song and the one that propelled him into mainstream success when it was released in 1967.
A badass riff to play and jam on!
Check out this way-fonky rhythm guitar part played in the key of E.
A tasteful, soulful, simple Freddie King-style lick.
Check out this funky blues rhythm variation, based off of a basic open A7 chord.
The turnaround intro lick for the Freddie King blues classic "I'm Tore Down".
Here is a great blues turnaround lick that can be used in any key.
Learn how to play a basic rhythm in the style of Magic Sam's "All Your Love" and "Easy Baby"!
Learning the patterns or boxes of the minor pentatonic scale is essential for improving your improvising skills.
This is the first video in this series on the minor pentatonic scale.
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