Jump Blues Guitar

Introduction
Introduction
About The Author
Swing Blues

Scales
Introduction
Major Scale
Minor Scale
Blues scale
Mixolydian scale

Chords
Introduction
Major chord
Dominant chord
Ninth scale
Thirteenth chord
Minor chord
Conclusion

Move with the Chords
Introduction
Mark the Tonic

Swing Timing
Swing Timing
Exercises

 

Basslines
Caledonia
Double the Bass
Subtitutes
Syncopation

Intervals
Tritone
Thirds
Sixths
First Blues Position

Accompaniment riffs
R.J. Lockwood
In Triplets
Tension and Relief
On the Top Strings

Chord Riffs and Horn lines
Sliding 9th Chord
Top Strings
Through the Changes
Innner Logic
Stay in Position
On IV and V
Wrap Around Chord
Boy From N.Y. City

 

Full Chords
Nine Chords
b3 to #3
Harmonizing
Harmonized IV
11th Chord Swing
Magic Sam Groove
IV and V without 3
Organ Chords
Swing without Bass
On IV and V
Syncopation
The Full Monty

Accompaniment or Solo
Walk up
Sixths Chords
Across the Neck
On the IV Chord
In Mixolydian Scale

Move from Chord to Chord
13th to 9th
Without Bass
Diminished Chord
Diminished on IV
13th on Iv Chord
Chromatic

Special Chorus
Ronnie Earl
Bend it
Diminished Swing

Solos Introduction
Introduction
Standard Riff 1
Standard Riff 2
Tonic on 2nd string

Solos
Solo 1
Solo 2
Solo 3
Solo 4
Solo 5
Solo 6
Solo 7
Solo 8
Solo 9
Solo 10
Solo 11
Solo 12

Turnarounds
Turn the T-bone
Ronnies' Turn
Dukes' Jazz
Mixolydian II-V
Rollin' and Turnin'
Gatemouths' Whip

Tips
Tips
Suggested Listening

Overview & Download
Overview
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Clips & Links
Charlie Christian
Ronnie Earl
Duke Robillard
Rick Holmstrom
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Links

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