#1
Sup' guys? hey I wanted to learn a lil' of blues, can you tell me some scales or a good place to hear and learn how to play some good blues?
#4
k forget about the second question it was stupid, What scales/key are usually used on blues then?
#5
Well.......I'm not a scales expert (or by any means a Blues expert), but the Pentatonic Blues Scales should help somewhat.

http://all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php?qqq=3&scch=G&scchnam=Pentatonic+Blues&get2=Get&t=0&choice=1

And also, a good beginner blues song is Outside Woman Blues by Cream. Very easy, very bluesy.
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#6
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Well.......I'm not a scales expert (or by any means a Blues expert), but the Pentatonic Blues Scales should help somewhat.

http://all-guitar-chords.com/guitar_scales.php?qqq=3&scch=G&scchnam=Pentatonic+Blues&get2=Get&t=0&choice=1

And also, a good beginner blues song is Outside Woman Blues by Cream. Very easy, very bluesy.

That's actually the scale I was talking about. It's based off the pentatonic, but it adds a note, so it's hexatonic.
#9
blues scale.
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#10
Learn the 12-bar blues chord progression, and the Pentatonic Blues Scale.
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