How To Play Basic I-IV-V Rock or Blues Pattern in Any Key

Quick lesson to get you up and playing the I-IV-V Rock and/or Blues progression in any key, without the need to know music theory. We tune-up, I give an example of the progression, then show how to figure them out on your own, using the low-E string and power chords.

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Feel free to ask any questions, and I’ll likely do a riff lesson on this same pattern, soon.

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Dickey Betts “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” Guitar Lesson

Dickey Betts and his son Duane Betts show you how to play “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”. This is easily one of my favorite songs by Dickey Betts. Such a talented singer, songwriter and guitarist!

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Jimmy Page Shows Jack White and Edge How He Wrote Kashmir


 
Jimmy Page plays the iconic riff from “Kashmir” and explains to Jack White and U2’s Edge how he came up with the song.

It was just as easy as playing around with a non-standard guitar tuning, and being an amazing musician and guitarist…simple recipe. Now, try it at home. Best of luck!

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