#1
Ive been playing for a little more than 2 years and i wanted to start building my skill in playing blues riffs can i get like a list of 5 good ones. and songs included would be greatly apriciated. nothing too complicated though i just want to learn alot of there styles. I plan to maybe take like a half hour of my current 3 hour a day practicing schedule. pls no Jimmy though. thats rock imo. i mean true blues players.
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Last edited by joshjebl at Feb 14, 2008,
#2
well, t-bone walker pretty much invented lead single note electic guitar playing. robert johnon and son house for ya traditional accoustic/slide playing wud be my advice
keep blues alive
#3
Definitely check out some BB King. His stuff is quite simple but still sounds so great.
#4
stevie ray vaughan, jimmie vaughan, bb king, albert king, eric clapton, robert cray, buddy guy to say a few
#5
Well obviously SRV. But some of my favorites are Albert Collins (very unique sound), Clapton (if you get into his blues stuff), Peter Green (try '60s Fleetwood Mac, which is actually blues, belive it or not), Robert Cray, Buddy Guy (Amazing!), and of course the king of blues, B.B.

That's just a list to get you started, happy bluesing!

"Blues is what you got when everything else is
gone." - J.Lansdowne
#6
thx guys i'll definately check those out
Quote by Deadmen
Wait for them by your door, and when they come.
Jump out with your wiener just hanging there and yell "Surprise!"
They'll never talk to you again, also make shure to helicoptor it a bit.



Memeber #665 of the Ibanez RG owners of the world club