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  1. Hi all, actually I'm creating customs from Guitar Pro tabs that I wrote for education. This blues exercises are inspired by the book "Play Blues Guitar" by Jürgen Kumlehn, but I took only the riffs (Lead) and create full tracks of it with Lead, Rhythm, Bass and Drums in GP6. Thanks to Guitar Pro 6 which is able to convert the tabs also to wav, so I use the GP audio. (To record everything would be much to much work). The idea is to use this customs for practicing some standard blues riffs in typical 12 bar shape, in this case for accompaniment. The shapes are here as followe
  2. Hi guys, I think it's about time that I open up another big project because… :huh: well just because I can. B) I really got into Blues lately, more so than usual, and I thought to myself: well, where's all the good stuff? There really should be more great Blues and Blues Rock in RS. So I went online looking for tabs and songbooks of artists that would fit the bill. Along the way I discovered some great new musicians and bands that I didn't even knew before, so that's certainly a plus but I also found a lot of great tabs that I can use to get some of the most epic Blues and Blues Rock songs int
  3. jamtrackcentral.com is a website that not only offers jam tracks but also lead guitar recordings by an expanding roster of high profile guitarists. A lot of the material seems to be improvised by the players on the spot but there's certainly a few artists who also prepare some building blocks before actually recording their material. Either way, these tracks are a great opportunity to learn from fantastic guitar players around the world and to improve your lead guitar playing and soloing skills. Most of the material is suited for intermediate to advanced players but a handful of artists also o
  4. As many people have complained in the past, Rocksmith has been severely lacking in the blues department. Seeing how this is my favorite genre to both play and listen to, I feel it is my duty to help expand the list of classic blues songs in the Rocksmith library. I am hoping to be bringing you all some of the great songs from Golden Age of electric blues, predominantly the late 40s to the late 50; which means a whole bunch records from Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Jimmy Rogers, Eddie Taylor, and other bluesmen and women who had such an impact on the history of popular music. As th
  5. ARTIST...................: YouALBUM....................: NoneTITLE....................: 12 Bar Blues (Practice)VERSION..................: 1.0INSTRUMENT(S)............: Rhythm, BassTUNING...................: E StandardCUSTOM TONE..............: Aerosmith's Sweet Emotion tonesDYNAMIC DIFFICULTY.......: Kind of, use them to pick the key.DIFFICULTY LEVELS........: 3 (C, E, G)RIFF REPEATER............: YesSCROLL SPEED.............: 2.0PACKAGE ID...............: 248750 (Cherub)PLATFORMS................: PC, Max, Xbox360, PS3First of all many thanks to ja37 for solving my Riff Repeater problem. Thi
  6. The's - Woo Hoo The Black Keys - Have Love, Will Travel - Have Mercy On Me - Meet Me In The City Buddy Holly - Maybe Baby - Not Fade Away - Oh Boy! - Rave On - Slippin' and Slidin' - That'll Be The Day The Clash - Janie Jones The Decemberists - Raincoat Song Duane Eddy - Rebel Rouser Eddie Cochran - Twenty Flight Rock Foxboro Hot Tubs - Mother Mary Johnny Rivers - Secret Agent Man The Misfits - Astro Zombies - Skulls The Ramones - Do You Wanna Dance? - SLUG Raspberries - Go All The Way Social Distortion - Prison Bound(Live) The Temptations - Ain't Too Proud To Beg Traditi
  7. Wasn't too sure where to post these but here is as good a place as any. The first video here is a handy way to learn how to play your scales up and down the neck by combining the different boxes of each Pentatonic position to make one big box, or scale map: This second one is how to combine the Minor and Major Pentatonic Scales into one box shape for each position, and of course you can (and should!) combine this with the scale mapping idea above: Not too sure what you'd call the scale...Pentatonic Mijor perhaps..? Or maybe there's a proper name for it lol :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mr
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