Slow-Blues Shuffle Guitar Licks

author: Creative Guitar date: 03/15/2013 category: soloing
rating: 9.2 / votes: 29 
Slow-Blues Shuffle Guitar Licks
The feel of the slow swing, or shuffle blues really has a way of helping blues licks played over that feel come alive! This slow-blues feel really allows for the opportunity for applying several traditional guitar techniques. These can include; long vibrato sustains, triplet runs, double-stop phrases and plenty of nice legato lines. In the video lesson, I've put together a collection of four (4) of my favorite slow-blues licks that fuse together sounds you might hear from players like; Albert Collins, B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughn or Albert King. In the video, I get the camera zoomed in on the fingerboard and demonstrate my collection of Slow-Blues Shuffle licks with included on-screen TAB.
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