conar5856
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2012
65 IQ
#1
Everything I can play that's blues is in e or a, how do I get around this annoying wall? Any help would be awesome!
AeolianWolf
Tonal Vigilante
Join date: Jul 2009
186 IQ
#2
play things that aren't blues in E or A.

it's really that simple. listen to music that isn't blues. learn some new things. at the very least, learn some blues tunes that aren't in E or A.
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KG6_Steven
Eats ponies for breakfast
Join date: Nov 2006
3,129 IQ
#4
Really? I can't believe I'm reading this. You need us to tell you how to solve your problem?

How about some blues in Bbm? How about some blues in G? Problem solved yet?

How about some country? How about some jazz? Problem solved.
silhouettica
Plays Red Instruments.
Join date: Jan 2007
1,566 IQ
#5
Tune your guitar to Eb.
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Silverpack
Tab Contributor
Join date: Dec 2009
247 IQ
#6
Learn rockabilly songs that tend to be written in piano tonalities, like G# or A#, or even F (Chuck Berry, Little Richard).
PrimitiveGuitar
Chur
Join date: Feb 2012
357 IQ
#7
Well first you've got to stop making these threads.
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Extend your range....7s 8s and more
Rudy2012
Registered User
Join date: Dec 2012
10 IQ
#9
It's better if you ask for not blues in e song recommendations, I think.