How good is your “phrasing”? (Lesson)

hi Friend,

Hope your weekend is good.

I kind of had a quiet night at home by myself yesterday.

I couldn’t find anyone to hang out with 🙁

But you know what? That’s one benefit of being a guitar player –
even when no one’s around, your guitar is always good company!

So technically, I guess it wasn’t that quiet once I started
playing some blues licks on my Gibson SG… hehe 🙂

I actually wanted to show you one of those bluesy licks
because it’s a great example of some phrasing ideas.

As a matter of course, I usually try to hook you guys up
with some cool guitar tips on a regular basis — especially
right after we just launch a new DVD product.

Last week we released a new course with Jimmy Dillon
called “Rockin the Blues” ( ).

I sent you a couple emails about that.

But I always try to balance things out, like I was saying.
It’s not always about just selling you the latest stuff, ya know?

And as long as we’re on the topic of blues guitar, I wanted
to show you this bluesy lick and share some key points about
guitar phrasing. I think you’ll enjoy it. You let
me know! Here it is:

If you ordered “Rocking the Blues”, a big heartfelt THANKS
and if you didn’t get a chance to check it out yet,
I think this is one of the coolest things ever if you
like blues guitar:

Anyway, hope you enjoy my lesson.

Rock on!


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