This little solo example is simply a way I’ve come up with to give you some practice making one of the most important “moves” out of Box 1 of the pentatonic scale…

You don’t have to think too hard, just watch and play along if you can, and if you’re having difficulty with it, it’s worth your time ๐Ÿ™‚

If you’ve been through Blues Guitar Unleashed you’ve been exposed to this move, but it’s so common… and sometimes it needs a little extra time.

    5 replies to "A “1 Move” 12 Bar Blues Solo"

    • Mark M

      Excellent Lessons. Great move ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐ŸŽธI will work on that this week. ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽธ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ

    • blind Lame Bob

      This is very useful. Many thanks.
      I have several learning disabilities that make playing by ear very difficult and need to spend a great deal of time building muscle memory.
      As there may be more like me, with these shorter lessons, could you include the tab for the rhythm parts if possible.
      Also, yes, I use the tools that YT provides, which are enlarging the screen and slowing the video down. These tools are very useful

    • Lori

      Great reminder of something I need to work on! AAP Member here – is this an excerpt from one of your courses or monthly challenges? Would love to have the TAB/notation to practice with.

      • Ricardo

        Check out the Group 1 Examples and solo in โ€œBlues Speed Building Blocksโ€, which will also be played at a variety of tempos.

    • Carlo

      Thanks for this lesson. Also, you look great with a bread

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