Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson: Different way of playing a 12 bars blues progression

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In this guitar lesson, Jon MacLennan will teach you a different
way of playing a 12 bars blues progression.

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How’s it going everybody?
My name is John McClennan and I’m here
today with guitarcontrol.wpmudev.host, bringing
you this video blog. Today we’re going
to look at some interesting ways of
playing a 12 bar blues. So rather than
just going to our typical sort of cliche
pattern, which you may already know, you
can easily break it up by playing individuals
notes like this.

Starting on the 5th string instead of
starting on the root, one-and, two-and,
three-and, four-and; one-and, two-and,
three-and, four-and. And then of course
you would go to the D, which will be the
four chord; back to A; five E; D; A.

Just a real interesting way you can play
the blues. Be sure to click the link below
for the tab and we’ll catch you in the next
video. Thanks for watching.

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