Trading Fours Over A Shuffle In C With Box 1

Super catchy title today, don’t you think?

Well, I couldn’t come up with anything fun, but it’s really fun to play guitar so grab yours and join me 🙂

There’s no TAB or downloads for this one… just play along!

32 Comments

  • Alexander

    Reply Reply June 18, 2018

    Hey Griff, this lesson was lots of fun to play with. I always try trade 4’s with you every day. It really helps my playing.

    Thanks Griff, keep them come’n

    Alexander Aliganga

  • Ian Robins

    Reply Reply June 4, 2018

    Really enjoyed this one Griff. Great to have the privilege of jamming with the master! Thanks so much.

  • I Just became a member of BGUN and purchased the Acoustic Blues DVD and Digiatal course (on the way) but I also like the free lessons you provide on Youtube as well. It was fun doing the C-minor pentatonic jam over your video today. Ciao for now
    James Waldron (Dr.J)

  • steven siegel

    Reply Reply May 24, 2018

    Nice smooth playing Griff as all ways. At work so can’t play along. Good thing to keep going from your end as most people did like it. me also.

  • Spenner

    Reply Reply May 23, 2018

    Thanks Griff,Great Fun

  • jean dominique

    Reply Reply May 22, 2018

    lot 0f fun.thks

  • Lonnie winstead

    Reply Reply May 22, 2018

    Hey I sounded better than I thought. Let’s do this

  • Greg

    Reply Reply May 22, 2018

    Great fun Griff! How about selling those t-shirts!

  • Jim R

    Reply Reply May 22, 2018

    some tab would be a real help for some of us. Thanks in advancevance.

  • Bill

    Reply Reply May 22, 2018

    Very cool way to get into a solo groove. Next – trading fours with yourself. 😉

  • anthony

    Reply Reply May 22, 2018

    Hey Griff

    it was great. You should do more of these on all kinds of levels.

    Thanks

  • Eric Lehtonen

    Reply Reply May 22, 2018

    Thanks Griff, That was heaps of fun. I will be coming back to this to keep working on it.

    Cheers
    Eric

  • Alan O'Malley-Laursen

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Yeah…what about that t-shirt. I want one too – some BGU swag. You taking orders?

  • Rich

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    is the right chord progression for this C-F-G?

  • Tom

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Hey Griff,

    I always enjoy your videos and often incorporate your ideas for my students.

    Today it was great to play the blues with you !

    Thanks,

    Tom

  • Andy

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    I don’t responed very often Griff but this is an excellent way to get into soloing that Iv’e ever heard. Thanks for a great lesson. Love your teaching style.

  • Jim

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Fun lesson Griff! And so important for learning to solo. I’ve spent many hours in your VJR doing similar stuff, and “trading 4s” is more of the same fun stuff! Of course, “Live” notches it up a whole other level on the fun meter. Thanks for the jam!

    • PAUL

      Reply Reply May 21, 2018

      I COULD NOT PLUG MY AMP IN, SO I JUST PLAYED ALONG. I DID SOME SECOND LEAD WHEN I FINALY HEARD THE RTYHUM.
      GRIFF, DO YOU NO ANY OF ZZ KILL? LIKE “AM I GROOVING YOU”?I LIKE THE GUY WHO SINGS AND THE TUNE IS BASICALLY ONE CORD. WOULD LOVE TO LEARN IT. HEARED IT ON KJAZZ, 88.1, SUNDAY , THEY PLAY THE BLUES.

  • DaveyJoe

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Cool, Griff! We did this @ Lake Arrowhead last month @ BGU Live 2018, remember?

  • pablo

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    THE BEST EVER !!!!!!!

  • Rohn

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Kewell Bass
    Great Lesson
    I want a t shirt

  • Jack D

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Ha-Ha! I just got to trade fours with Griff Hamlin!

    Good thing he couldn’t hear me play!

    Great thing about THIS video is after I mess up, I can go back and do something that DOES work.

    Thanks for the video, Griff.

  • Kevin O'Sullivan

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Oh I forgot to mention the help with timing – as stated earlier, starting on beat two now firmly embedded in my brain!

  • Kevin O'Sullivan

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Good session Griff. Liked the way you barred top two strings at the 8th fret & brushed over them. Really helpful video. I still have trouble with my bends – always shredding my fingertips. Maybe I need a lighter gauge of strings? Thank you Griff.

  • mike z.

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Griff , I love this lesson . It took me a couple times thru to get a hang of it . I even added a couple bends . Thanks for sending this lesson . Mike Z.

  • Diane Geise

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Thanks again for another Trading Fours, I just love this. I would love to see an entire course like this.

  • Rob S

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Pretty cool Griff pretty cool that was fun thank you

  • JOHNNIE

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    that was a lot of fun man! Thanks, a good pick me up this am

  • Chris Roper

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Well….! I surprised myself there! I found myself looking up to see if you were ready to take over!! (You sure woz!) Reckon it’s the “don’t play on beat one” stuff that made me wonder. Also, I became aware of how same-ish I can be…..if I’m not careful. Thanks GH….eye-opener.

  • Keith

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Great exercise! I’ll be replaying this one for a while. Thanks,Griff!

  • Roland

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    Oh my I finally got the feel of the timing.
    Great to hear you then have time to play right then ,lm almost 80 I enrolled in your beginner program.
    I couldn’t have found a better hobby

  • cowboy

    Reply Reply May 21, 2018

    good early morning workout…thanks…later.

    cowboy

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