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Play Blues Guitar

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Justin Sandercoe

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Play Blues Guitar™

Play Blues Guitar is a wonderful collection of Blues tracks where you can play lead or rhythm guitar with a full Blues band. You’ll learn how to use scales to create your own solos and build up a library of classic riffs, licks and turnarounds in the style of Blues masters like Chuck Berry, Eric Clapton and Albert King.

Play Blues Guitar™ features:

  • Real audio backing tracks so you can take a solo and join in with the band
  • Animated Fretboard and Strum Hand
  • Step by Step help – so you get exactly the help you need at the time you need it most
  • Looped Practice – to help with working on any tricky bits
  • Music print out – print out the songs and play and perform away from the computer
  • 10 units with over 50 lessons

Suitable for electric guitar.


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Operating System:

Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP/ VISTA
Monitor supporting 800x600 or higher screen resolution



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Play Blues Guitar
Play Blues Guitar
Play Blues Guitar
Play Blues Guitar
Play Blues Guitar
Play Blues Guitar
Play Blues Guitar

Play Blues Guitar starts off by teaching you some Mississippi Blues – the birthplace of Son House, Albert King and Howling Wolf. You’ll learn about the importance of touch and tone in this style, and the full tone bend, half tone bend, and full tone bend and release techniques.

Rockin’ Blues shows the way that the Blues was later interpreted by great rock guitarists of the 60’s and 70’s such as Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix and Ritchie Blackmore. You’ll learn the use of Blues strumming, unison bends, hammer-ons, pull-offs, positions shifts and slides.

Listen to Rockin' Blues

The St Louis Blues styles was pioneered by T-Bone Walker and popularised by Chuck Berry before influencing The Beatles and Rolling Stones amongst others. With this style you’ll learn palm muting, fast bends and slides, and combinations of the minor pentatonic scale and mixolydian mode.

British Blues influenced guitarists such as Peter Green, Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor and Keith Richards and this track shows you fret hand muting and the use of the Blues scale together with the dorian mode.

Listen to Brit Blues

Finally, Texas Blues teaches chord “chips”, trills, double stops and curls as used by Stevie and Jimmy Vaughan, Roy Buchanan and Johnny Winter.

Listen to Texas Blues