As you’ve probably noticed, I’m a big fan of looper pedals…

Back in the old days, I literally used to sit with a cassette deck and play a groove into it for several minutes, then rewind the tape and practice soloing over it…

With a looper I can be jamming in just a few minutes.

But, you have to know what to play, so I’m going to give you some ideas using my basic 3 grooves that I always use. Of course, you can vary them, but this is a good place to start.


    7 replies to "Blues Grooves For Your Looper"

    • Alan H

      As always handy good to know stuff Griff.

    • Greg

      Perfect timing for this lesson – Thanks for mentioning it in the All Access lesson yesterday.

    • Lloyd Pierce

      Here is a sweet little version of All Along the Watchtower, with a nice use of his looper. His voice takes some getting used to., as does his hair, LOL.

      • Lloyd Pierce

        Here is a sweet little version of All Along the Watchtower, with a nice use of his looper. His voice takes some getting used to., as does his hair, LOL.

        Google “Youve Never Heard it like this #10

    • Gary Hewitt

      Excellent lesson. There is a lot of useful and practical information here. Thank you. Gary

    • Richard

      Very clear and to the point.

    • Fred

      Nice one Griff. I have always left ALL of the strings open and wondered why it didn’t sound very good. I have not tried it yet but it does seem to make sense. Thank you.

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