My Six Best Course Choices To Learn Blues Guitar Online

Heres My Six Best Choices To Learn Blues Guitar

TrueFire’s Play Blues Guitar 1:

Quick-Start for Beginners

Learn Blues Guitar Online Basics with this Blues Learning Path Core Course

If you already know several chords and strumming patterns, and can also play some songs and single note lines, then you’re ready to take on this quick-start guitar course. Otherwise, please check out TrueFire’s Learn Guitar courses to get a grip on those basic skills.

This learn blues guitar online path core course is presented by 3 top TrueFire educators: Jeff McErlain, Corey Congilio, and Jeff Scheetz.

They’ll guide your development of the essential skills and get up and running quickly — no reading music, no boring exercises, no tedious theory to struggle through. In fact, you’ll play your way through the entire course.

You’ll start off the course learning a classic shuffle in the key of A. You’ll also learn a 12-bar blues in E that’s used in thousands of blues songs. 7th Chords are a blues staple and you’ll learn 6 of them and then use those 7th chords in 2 Blues songs. You’ll wrap up the course learning a cool blues lick and your first blues turnaround.

The educators demonstrate all of the key examples over jam tracks (where and when applicable) to simulate a real-world application, in a musical context. All of the key examples are also tabbed and notated for your practice, reference and study purposes.

You’ll also get in this learn blues guitar online course, Guitar Pro files so that you can play, loop or slow down the tab and notation as you work through the lessons. Plus, you’ll have all of the available jam tracks to work with on your own.

 

TrueFire’s Play Blues Guitar 2: Rhythm & Lead Fundamentals

Learn Blues Guitar Rhythm & Lead with this Blues Learning Path Core Course

This Learning Path core is presented by 3 top TrueFire educators: Jeff McErlain, Corey Congilio, and Jeff Scheetz.

They’ll guide your development of the essential skills and get up and running quickly — no reading music, no boring exercises, no tedious theory to struggle through. In fact, you’ll play your way through the entire course.

In Play Guitar 1 you learn a couple of songs and licks, along with a handful of  chords and rhythms. Here in Play Play Guitar 2, you’re going to venture even further down the path with scales, a little soloing, more blues rhythms and more cool chords. For example, you’ll learn how to move up the neck playing a classic blues tune, and then tackle the two most essential scales of all time – the minor pentatonic, and the Blues scale — your keys to soloing and improvising. Barre Chords open up the entire songbook and you’ll learn two more tunes using them. You’ll wrap up the course earning a 12/8 progression, featuring the bluesy 9th chord.

The educators demonstrate all of the key examples over jam tracks (where and when applicable) to simulate a real-world application, in a musical context. All of the key examples are also tabbed and notated for your practice, reference and study purposes.

 

TrueFire’s Play Blues Guitar 3: Tools & Techniques

Learn Essential Blues Guitar Techniques with this Blues Learning Path Core Course

This Blues Learning Path core course is presented by 3 top TrueFire educators: Jeff McErlain, Corey Congilio, and Jeff Scheetz.

They’ll guide your development of the essential skills and get up and running quickly — no reading music, no boring exercises, no tedious theory to struggle through. In fact, you’ll play your way through the entire course.

In core courses 1 and 2, you built up your vocabulary of blues chords and blues licks; learned how to play several classic blues songs; and can now solo and improvise a little bit. Here in Play Blues Guitar 3, you’ll learn a variety of killer licks, more sophisticated chords and songs, and more techniques to power your soloing and improvisations. For example, you’ll learn how to play a 12 bar boogie that you can easily move to any key. You’ll learn all 5 patterns of the minor pentatonic scale, so that you can solo all over the fretboard. You’ll also learn how to play the Major pentatonic scale to spice up your pallet of soloing options. You’ll wrap up this course by learning how to play more turnarounds and 3 more songs.

The educators demonstrate all of the key examples over jam tracks (where and when applicable) to simulate a real-world application, in a musical context. All of the key examples are also tabbed and notated for your practice, reference and study purposes.

You’ll also get Guitar Pro files so that you can play, loop or slow down the tab and notation as you work through the lessons. Plus, you’ll have all of the available jam tracks to work with on your own.

 

TrueFire’s Play Blues Guitar 4: Rhythm Principles

Ignite Your Guitar Rhythm Chops with this Blues Learning Path Core Course

This Learning Path core course is presented by 7 top TrueFire educators: Robben Ford, David Grissom, Jeff McErlain, Corey Congilio, Jeff Scheetz, Matt Brandt and Brad Carlton.

The Rhythm Principles curriculum is comprised of select guitar lessons from the educators’ existing TrueFire course libraries.

Guitarists spend 90% of their time on the bandstand playing rhythm guitar behind vocals and other musicians’ solos, which is why it’s critical to develop solid rhythm skills. Having command of a wide range of chord voicings, rhythm patterns and creative approaches is what distinguishes great players from the mediocre, and it’s also the number one reason that other musicians will want you in their band or invite you back to the jam. The video guitar lessons in this core course will equip you with the technical and creative skills you need to take your rhythm guitar playing to the next level.

Play Blue Guitar 4: Rhythm Principles is organized into 3 sections. In the first section, you’ll tackle Slow and Texas styles is the focus of the second section, and in the third section, you’ll play your way through a series of essential performance studies.

When you’ve completed the lessons here in Rhythm Principles, you’ll find more lessons focused on rhythm guitar in Rhythm Approaches, and also a Guitar 4 core course.

The educators demonstrate all of the key examples over jam tracks (where and when applicable) to simulate a real-world application, in a musical context. All of the key examples are also tabbed and notated for your practice, reference and study purposes.

You’ll also get Guitar Pro files so that you can play, loop or slow down the tab and notation as you work through the lessons. Plus, you’ll have all of the available jam tracks to work with on your own.

Take as much time as you need to work through each video guitar lesson before moving on to the next lesson. If you want to dig deeper or wider into any of the topics covered in this core course, check out the recommended supplementary courses in your learning path where you’ll find more examples, techniques and insight from top TrueFire educators.

 

These two courses below are intermediate to advanced

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