Texas Blues Guitar by Eric BeatyCategories: Blues, Storefront
Play Authentic Blues Guitar In The Texas Style With Eric Beaty’s Easy 3-Step Plan:
- Visualize - You’ll “see” how to perform smokin’ Texas blues licks the right way
- Connect - You’ll connect these licks with scale patterns and chords across the fretboard
- Play - You’ll play smokin’ hot Texas blues solos with confidence, and you’ll have fun and sound amazing
Includes: Over 6 hours of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group
Here is what you get:
- Over 6h of Online Video Lessons
Downloadable Tab Book
Audio Jam Tracks
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Texas Blues Guitar
- An introduction to Texas blues, as well as a discussion on equipment. So you can get that distinctive Texas sound in your playing.
- 3 essential scales you need to know: the minor pentatonic, the major pentatonic, and the blues scale. And find out how these scales relate to chords.
- Discover scale patterns and “boxes” across the fretboard. So you can target the right notes and always play in the right key.
- 8 awesome practice techniques for mastering scales, as well as vibrato, string skipping, and other techniques. So you can develop muscle memory and solo without hesitation.
- An easy “1 finger, 1 fret” warm up exercise. So you can play your best in any situation and avoid straining your fingers.
- Pro advice on practicing, and how to make time to practice every day. So you can make steady progress as a guitarist every day.
- 1 simple formula for the major pentatonic scale. So you can add this scale to your arsenal and play it with confidence.
- Find out how to move around the fretboard with “diagonals.” So you can create movement and solo with freedom.
- Discover the magic of the “flatted 5” note. And find out how to add it to the minor pentatonic scale, so you can get that “bluesy” feel in your playing.
- 16 awesome Texas licks in the key of A minor. And pro advice on how to connect licks with scales when you solo.
- Find out how to play string bends and vibrato the right way. And how to compensate if you bend a little too sharp. Which means, you’ll sound awesome, even when you make a mistake.
- Pro advice on combining licks, as well as tips on how to train your fingers. So you can build your playing speed with ease.
- Find out how to play licks in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. So you can add their signature styles to your own playing.
- Discover the secret of transposing licks from minor to major. So you can solo with confidence in any playing situation.
- How to create different combinations from one lick. Which means, you can create new licks from every lick you learn to play.
- How to play hot licks that move between scale “boxes.” So you can create movement across the fretboard and keep things interesting.
- Find out how to use staccato in your blues licks. Which means, you’ll play a note, then immediately mute it. (HINT: It gives your licks a nice “punchy” sound.)
- How to use parts of the same lick in different parts of the song. So you can keep a theme going throughout a song.
- Discover how to play awesome “double stop” bends. Which means, you’ll bend 2 strings at the same time.
- How to play bends higher up on the fretboard. And find out how you can change your finger position to make things more comfortable.
- 20 popular chords that are used in Texas blues. So you can create authentic blues progressions to solo over.
- How to play essential minor blues chords in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan. So you can add a different feel and sound to your blues progressions.
- Discover crucial rhythm patterns like the alternate shuffle and the Texas Hop. So you can play with the distinctive “Texas” rhythm and feel.
- Ideas for getting creative with chords and rhythm. So you can get inspired and carve out your own unique style.
- Tips on “jam etiquette.” Which means, learning how to play well with other musicians, and give other people the chance to play cool licks and solos.
- Final thoughts on 5 essential techniques: string bends, vibrato, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides. So you can develop your own creativity and style on your own.
- How to “play with your soul.” Which means, what you feel in your body and mind comes out through your guitar strings.