groove • repertoire • improvisation
learn the skills you need to play better fingerstyle blues guitar
Maybe you know a little Travis picking or you've started learning to play some steady-bass blues, but can't seem to keep your thumb in line, doing what it's supposed to do, or get your fingers coordinated with your thumb. Groove is about getting your right hand coordination and timing together. With a good groove, even the simplest things sound better!
Are you looking for new and different tunes to add to your list? Do you want to know to make standards like "Hesitation Blues" and "Deep River Blues" more interesting to play? From learning how to put a simple melody over a steady or alternating bass to creating complete arrangements, the ultimate goal is to build a personal repertoire of songs you really want to play.
Along with learning other people's arrangements and starting to create your own, you might be itching to move beyond memorizing other people's tab and playing by rote. If you'd like to be able to just sit down and make your own music, there are hands-on, step-by-step practice tools to build your improvisation skills and learn to make music on the fly.