QuickStart Chord Progressions, Blues Play-along Tracks
Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.
Published: May 6, 2012 Updated: May 6, 2012
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Four premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring the Blues scale. Suitable for any instrument.
The Minor Pentatonic or Blues Scale
The Blues scale is the most commonly used lead scale in Rock and Blues. Blues influenced jazz players also use this scale effectively.
The Blues scale consists of the following intervals (based on a major scale). Root, b3, 4, 5, b7 and octave. A common chromatic passing tone can be played between the 4th and 5th of the scale.
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QuickStart Progressions Blues Track 1 - Shuffle, Play-along Track
A Blues play-along track for exploring the Blues scale from the QuickStart Scale and Arpeggio series of books. This is a standard I IV V 12 bar blues progression in the key of A using A7, D7 and E7.
QuickStart Progressions Blues Track 2 - 12-8, Play-long Track
Am Blues play-along track for exploring the Blues scale from the QuickStart Scale and Arpeggio series of books. This is a standard 12 bar blues progression in the key of Am using Am, Dm, Fmaj7 and E7.
QuickStart Progressions Blues Track 3 - Light Rock, Play-long Track
Light Rock play-along track for exploring the Blues scale from the QuickStart Scale and Arpeggio series of books.
QuickStart Progressions Blues Track 4 - Rock
Rock play-along track for exploring the Blues scale from the QuickStart Scale and Arpeggio series of books.
Guitar Fingeboard Chart - Standard Tuning (E A D G B E)
Standard tuning fingerboard chart of natural, sharp and flats names names of the guitar fingerboard.
The E/F Barre Chord Forms for Guitar
The traditional barre chords for guitar with the root on string six and string five.
Basic Ukulele Chord Chart
A chart of the most common ukulele chords in the most common keys.
QuickStart Chord Progressions Play-along Tracks, Introduction and Tuning Notes
The QUICKSTART Rhythm Section CD contains 24 unique styles designed for contemporary lead guitar. Each track is devoted to a scale covered in the QUICKSTART Scale Fingerings for Lead Guitar. There are four background tracks for each scale featuring the chords of the scale. These tracks give you the opportunity to explore the sound of each scale in a lead guitar setting.
QuickStart Series of Scale and Arpeggio Fingerings Books
QuickStart Scale & Arpeggio Fingerings are a highly organized, efficient system of scale and arpeggio fingerings. Each fingering pattern is shown with a fingerboard shape, TAB and standard music notation. Related chords are also explained for each scale.
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QuickStart Blues Playalong Tracks
The QuickStart Blues Play-along Tracks from the QuickStart Chord Progressions for Lead Guitar. These tracks are suitable for any instruments. The Blues scale is also known by as: Minor Pentatonic and can be though of as a sub set of the Natural Minor / Aeolian scale.
West Coast Blues
A jazz classic by the last jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery. Wes is widely considered one of the major jazz guitarists, emerging after such seminal figures as Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian and influencing countless others, including George Benson, Kenny Burrell, Grant Green, Jimi Hendrix, Steve Howe, Russell Malone, Pat Martino, Pat Metheny, Randy Napoleon, and Emily Remler.
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