Blues Rhythm Video: Shuffle Blues Rhythm Variations

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  • Charlie Lynch

    Reply Reply January 23, 2016

    Do you offer any courses teaching basic Blues Chord, Scales Etc. for beginners!

    Thank you!
    Charlie Lynch

    • Ken Loseman

      Reply Reply February 22, 2016

      Charlie, you’ll find a ton of lessons on YouTube (where I discovered Griff) on basic blues chords, progressions, and scales. The two important scales for beginners to advanced players are Minor Pentatonic and the Minor Pentatonic Blues scale. Using just those two scales, you can create amazing leads. Griff also has a lesson where he plays lead guitar with just 4 notes, played in different timing and in different order. Griff is quite the Blues Guitar stud.

    • betiery siababa

      Reply Reply September 29, 2016

      Thanks so mach for taking your time to remember me by sending me a mail may God bless you So very mach

  • Ray

    Reply Reply January 23, 2016

    Excellent instructor, can i as you the brand name and model of this guitar and the scale length?

  • Len

    Reply Reply January 23, 2016

    Thanks Griff !!! I printed the PDF TABs for your lesson…can use it to enhance the shuffle ….

    Winter Park, FL

  • tom

    Reply Reply January 24, 2016

    I love the lesson an the beard. your 68 years young student

  • phillip norman

    Reply Reply January 25, 2016

    Buy his books,he needs the dosh to buy a razor… : )
    Your help has been/will continue to be invaluable.
    Ta fella.

  • Rume

    Reply Reply January 26, 2016

    Great tip as usual.

  • franc

    Reply Reply February 7, 2016

    Sorry but to me this sounds like “Jazz
    ” ??

  • Walter L> Brewer

    Reply Reply April 22, 2016

    G. H. Nice lesson, I just can’t afford the expensive videos, WLB>937-267-2019.
    Morning Prince( Purple Rain).

  • Walter L> Brewer

    Reply Reply April 22, 2016

    Nice lesson, G. H., I just can’t afford the expensive videos. WLB>

    P.S. Mourning ” Prince” AKA “Purple Rain”

  • Chris

    Reply Reply October 1, 2016

    Some might find holding a full note bend 5th fret g string easier than sliding downing 6/7 and recovering to the scale. Just a variation. Regards

  • robert george

    Reply Reply October 5, 2016

    Nice progression adopted it immediatly Second chord has a great sound and feel coming out of first chord .i’ll use it in all keys.just what i was looking for thanks da man.

  • John yuknalis

    Reply Reply February 3, 2017

    Yes, I like what you did with the basic shuffle,however I too feel it’s “jazzy blues” I hear. You do a great job and with such ease. Hope my thick fingers can pull off these few measures. (67yr old ’63 Gretsch Tennessean player!)

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  • rustie

    Reply Reply January 22, 2022

    Boring jazz flavoured chicks chicks.

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