Beginners, here’s how to play Slow Blues Piano

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Slow Blues Piano for Beginners


Many people think to be good at playing the blues you’ll need to have years of classical technique under your belt, know many scales, numerous chords, and more. That couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, with just a few chords, 1 scale, and some improv techniques, you’ll be sounding like a total pro in no time! In this lesson, you’ll learn:
– 6 rich but simple jazzy blues chords
– 1 easy scale for blues improv
– 3 improv techniques to play your own blues lines, licks, and riffs
– Exercises to practice these techniques
– Cool tips and tricks along the way

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00:00 – Intro
00:48 – Learn 6 Chords
03:57 – Review
04:49 – Blues Groove
06:02 – Gospel Scale
08:25 – 3 Improv Exercises
08:37 – 1. 8th Notes
10:34 – Play with backing track
11:02 – How to Improvise with 8th Notes
12:06 – Improvise with backing track
13:20 – 2. Triplets
15:25 – Play with backing track
15:58 – How to Improvise with Triplets
17:23 – Improvise with backing track
18:26 – 3. Slides
23:19 – Play with backing track
23:54 – How to Improvise with Slides
25:23 – Improvise with backing track
26:06 – Conclusion

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Happy practicing!
Jonny May

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