There's no better time to sing the blues than in this current economy. After all, picking at your guitar strings and humming a bittersweet tune is a lot better than sitting around depressed and verbally complaining about your life.
In this video, you'll learn how to play the six-note blues scale that can also be used to play jazz combinations. This scale is very useful for jazz improvisations and is also easy to learn.
If you want to play jazz or blues on the guitar, you need to learn how to play the 6-note blues scale. This video illustrates a blues scale box pattern -- a fingerboard pattern -- and shows how you can move box patterns around the neck of the guitar.
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