Lesson 10

Discussion in 'SWS Questions' started by MikeS, May 28, 2010.

  1. MikeS

    MikeS Moderator... Another Man In Black.
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    I just started playing around with lesson 10 yesterday and it has improved my noodling 100%. It still may not sound the greatest, but I rarely get stumped for where to go next. It's all about sliding between octaves still just using Blues Box 1 (Hence the name of the lesson Box 1+1) I think I'm going to stop here for a while. This lesson will really come together when I learn the notes on the neck really well.

    Griff, I knew that SWS was a good course, but man, this is really getting me where I want to go. Thanks.
     
  2. kgarkie

    kgarkie Been living the blues.

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    I'll second that motion.  :cool:  [smiley=beer.gif]
     
  3. Griff

    Griff Chief Cook And Bottle Washer
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    That is really great to hear. It's kind of funny how doing that course actually changed my own playing. I find myself using the 4 note patterns a lot now and thinking that way instead of "the boxes" as I was doing a lot after doing BGU. Guess what'll happen when I do a "modes" course....

    Griff
     
  4. ndjordjevic

    ndjordjevic Blues Newbie

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    I agree with you Mike. I'm still on solo #2, very close to do the first recording. Great lessons!
     
  5. TonyS

    TonyS Blues Newbie

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    I'll 3rd that one Mike