pankar
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2012
65 IQ
#1
Hi guys.I want to buy a book to learn texas blues.Do you know which is the best?
dimarzio77
BAMF
Join date: Oct 2008
145 IQ
#4
Why would anyone need a book to play Texas Blues? Play I IV7 V7 (E, A7, B7), use a Strat and a Tube Screamer, learn the pentatonic scale, and then die young. Then you are a legend. And people will get in fights over how you were the best guitar player who ever lived and how you reinvented the Blues genre. In all actuality, you just added a few more songs to a genre of music that makes some great background noise. Fun as hell to jam with a friend to.
wiggedy
Registered User
Join date: Apr 2012
841 IQ
#5
Quote by pankar
Hi guys.I want to buy a book to learn texas blues.Do you know which is the best?


Try youtube, this guy is alright

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjOFCJiLnM8


also Dennis Dullea, I believe he played and jammed with the same people SRV played with


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PihEJYXjmQw&feature=plcp

(edit) why sometimes you just get a link and others you get an emmbedded you tube video?


?
Last edited by wiggedy at Oct 8, 2012,
ihartfood
Potato Faced Blind Man
Join date: Mar 2012
551 IQ
#6
Quote by pankar
All i need is pentatonic scale?

To start out, yes. You need that, some basic blues song structure, and you need to listen to music.

get the book. it'll help you along better.
Quote by dimarzio77
Why would anyone need a book to play Texas Blues? Play I IV7 V7 (E, A7, B7), use a Strat and a Tube Screamer, learn the pentatonic scale, and then die young. Then you are a legend. And people will get in fights over how you were the best guitar player who ever lived and how you reinvented the Blues genre. In all actuality, you just added a few more songs to a genre of music that makes some great background noise. Fun as hell to jam with a friend to.

well that was a dick move.
I don't even want to argue about this.

you are wrong.
Last edited by ihartfood at Oct 8, 2012,