The Blues Guitar Scale Shape 
The Blues Guitar Scale Shape
by / Nate Savage
Video Lecture 6 of 12
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Date Added: May 8, 2017

Lecture Description

Welcome to video six of the Blues Guitar Quick-Start Series. In this lesson we are going to shift our focus to blues lead guitar by learning a shape for the blues scale. Leaning the blues scale is great because you can jump right in and solo over a jam track or jam with you friends.

In the next lesson we’re going to talk about how the blues scale is actually made. There is some theory involved here but don’t worry, we will make it easy for you. So work through this lesson and then continue on with the Blues Guitar Quick-Start series to learn more.

You can find all of the blues guitar lessons here:

You can get the jam-track for this lesson here:


Course Index

Course Description

These blues guitar lessons are for guitarists that are interested in learning the most important things to lay a solid foundation in both blues rhythm guitar and blues lead guitar. It doesn’t matter if you are focusing on acoustic guitar or electric guitar. The lessons here apply equally to both.

You will learn about the standard 12-bar blues progression, dominant 7th chords, blues riffs, blues scale shapes, how the blues scale is made, how to choose your notes in the blues scale, blues phrasing, how to interject blues licks into your blues riffs, and more.


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