Blues Shuffle – guitar lesson Blues Guitar Lesson 1-Blues Rhythms: The Shuffle

Click here for Glen Sobel Blues Shuffle – guitar lesson Blues Guitar Lesson 1-Blues Rhythms: The Shuffle
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This is an all time classic awesome guitar riff. In the lesson we’ll learn the main riff and the verse pattern (the bit that most people don’t get right!) and we’ll even have a sneak at the chorus chords too. More tips on getting the verse right on the web site! Full support at the justinguitar web site where you will find hundreds of lessons on a wide range of subjects, and all the scales and chords that you will ever need! There is a great forum too to get help, no matter what the problem. And it is all totally free, no bull. No sample lessons, no memberships. Just tons of great lessons πŸ™‚ To get help with your lesson look up the number at the start of the video title (like ST-666 or whatever) on the Lesson Index page. Have fun .

50 thoughts on “Blues Shuffle – guitar lesson Blues Guitar Lesson 1-Blues Rhythms: The Shuffle

  1. @salutetheflag Are you stupid? I told him to make “more” of these videos. In my world that means they are good! Now start to use your brain and shut the f… up!

  2. @Sevenseas2000 ‘quit crabbing dude; obviously this is for the beginners who would find this this very cool — and useful. I guess you’re just so good that these vids frustrate you. Advice? Don’t watch — and especially, don’t comment.

    Good job, Marty.

  3. yeah Marty, thatΒ΄s what IΒ΄m searching for a long time. If you want, please make more of these kind of Videos with several blues shuffles

  4. I love your SG. Where did you get your pickguard? How much Tonal difference is there between the SG and the Fender Deluxe Re-issue with the 2 wide-range humbuckers?

    Big Lou

  5. Hey Marty, thanks for the reply. I was actually wondering about the moves from the 4 and 5 chords. I get the slide but what are you holding before the 4 chord?

  6. Wow, I’ve seen tons of your videos and would love to see more drums (even a machine). I think it would be very helpful in learning timing and rhythm. Really, you should do a whole series where you have us jam to drum beats. Your the best!

  7. I did stop by Glen’s page and WOW. I checked out his Hot For Teacher cover and was amazed. And thanks Marty for another quality lesson!

  8. its better to play the 7th and 8th fret on the d string instead of stretching on the a string

  9. Thank you SOO much for posting the verse as well and not just the riff! I couldn’t tell you how many “lessons” I had to sort through.

  10. great lesson, justin

    but, how come there’s a link to justin bieber freestyling, walk this way, calgary something on the right??? :))

  11. @ThirteenPeeps this isn;t about strings pall. it’s just a bit hard to keep up.everyone has their own learning and following speed.

    oh, and the awesome part. beter rethink that. just cause you can play heavy strings doesn’t mean a thing

  12. @Illyriametal really? i’m 12 years old with heavy strings and i can keep up just fine. maybe i’m just awesome πŸ˜€

  13. thx for the verse thing dude, I always forget how the rhythm goes and it helps a lot to be able to listen to it over and over.

  14. you’re going pretty fast with this song. can hardly keep up. same case for your layla lesson

  15. Thanks Justin, You are the first person I’ve seen on you tube who knows how to play that verse part down in C 8th fret.I have always struggled with figuring that part out!

  16. @JustinSandercoe Good man! Im ashamed to say I could name one though… but that’s simply due to the fact that I was curious as to know why one of his songs had 540 million views.

    I still can’t answer that question.

  17. great video but once again I am not able to find the stuff “More tips on getting the verse right on the web side”
    Can anyone hepl me find that, please

  18. Justin once again I must thank you… Your lessons are the BEST… But again what can you say bad about a guy who worked with Katie πŸ˜‰ LM

  19. i love ur videos!! u should really have more people watching this! keep it up! πŸ™‚

  20. @whitepiggy98 @whitepiggy98 he means play an open string (no finger on a fret) on the A string, the second fret on the D string, and the second fret on the G string

  21. never touched a guitar in my life and just suddenly decided i wanted to play this; stupid…..i know….but @2:00 what does he mean by 0,2,2?????

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