Originally posted by jTreu
I really wanna start learning some bluesy stuff so what would you reccoment i start with? (i.e songs, techniques, etc)
Originally posted by angelo
Listen to what you want to play.
I hear old show tapes and studio stuff and can point out, that's when I was listening to a lot of;
Jerry, or Dickie Betts, or EJ, or Buddy Guy, or SRV, or Gatton, or whatever.
For good or for bad, it always sounds like me -- but the immersion factor comes through too.
I'll go ahead and second this one. Blues You Can Use takes you through the funamental stuff - very basic. But even if you've played awhile, I think there's some value in looking at the fundamentals and really trying to nail those. To a non-beginner, some of it will be way too basic though.Originally posted by LoveThemBones
"Blues You Can Use" book with CD was excellent.
Keith is the sheeeeite.Originally posted by Luke Landis
Keith Wyatt's "rockin the blues!" is VERY good starting lesson stuff. Maybe $20 on Ebay.....