#1
The other day I came up with this new type of blues playing (new to me, at least). What you do is:

No matter what you play, you have to stay on the lowest octave of the instrument (E through D# for most players). That means that you only have one of each note. Playing this way will force you to play new patterns and improve your overview of the fretboard very fast, at least it did for me. Personally, I play mostly arpeggios and chromatics for blues.

This was so helpful for me I just had to share it with you. Hope you can use it
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#2
Thanks, gonna try this out! Playing with my blues band this tuesday, and perhaps I've come up with some new lines until then.
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#3
I haven't ever tried this, I'll give it a try and let you know what happened.
#4
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I haven't ever tried this, I'll give it a try and let you know what happened.


Please do
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Feedback much appreciated.


Quote by GbAdimDb5m7
Hi my name is Chen im 16 years old from Israel.
I love playing Guitar and writing if I have the time[...]

As of now I am banned because of racism against albinos
#5
Shameless self bump for wanting to help blues bass players out there like myself
New track on soundcloud.com/ahlers or on my profile.
Feedback much appreciated.


Quote by GbAdimDb5m7
Hi my name is Chen im 16 years old from Israel.
I love playing Guitar and writing if I have the time[...]

As of now I am banned because of racism against albinos