#1
Hi,
I am here again.
I have been a time without playing guitar.
In this moment, I am going to start with blues.
I am working with pentatonic, blues an dorian scales.
I am working with 12 bar pattern.
But I would like to enjoy my practice.
I would like to start transcribing some blues songs.
Could you recommend me some easy known blueses?
I would like they to be really known and easy to play for beginners.
Thanks a lot.
#2
Mannish boy- Muddy waters

And you didn't say whether you were using acoustic or electric
"I've Been Imitated So Well I've Heard People Copy My Mistakes"- Jimi Hendrix

We're born to lose, so live to win
#3
Quote by DaMarsbarPerson

And you didn't say whether you were using acoustic or electric


Both two.
A Tele Thinline and a Cort NTL 20F.
I am working with 12-bar pattern:
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Could you tell me songs using this pattern?
Last edited by Aceituna at Aug 15, 2010,
#4
Nearly every blues and rock n roll song uses that pattern, although most of the time with variations and in different keys.

Blue suede shoes uses that particular key and pattern. I like Elvis Presley's version of the song, check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QmuMD634vU

The first D chord starts when he sings "now don't you"