Sept 2020: Blues in Open A
Continuing our beginner-level lessons on the Blues; The Blues in Open A is the easiest of any key/position because the I, IV and V chords all consist of open string shuffles. No big stretches.
Be sure to go through the prerequisites that are linked to at the beginning of the lesson if you haven't gone through them already. This current lesson presupposes them.
Also given are Turnarounds in Open A.
There's a 3-and-half minute demonstration video of the entire lesson included as well.
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