Some commonly used variations that adventurous musicians will often interject into their playing.
Learning how to play and apply these subs to your chord work and single-note solos can add an extra layer of harmonic sophistication to your playing.
Learn some cool variations of this progression that feature added chord changes and spicier harmony and voice-leading.
Regardless of what style music you play, it will do your ears and your chops good to go through each of these licks.
When it comes to spontaneous, improvised phrasing, there is perhaps no better blues-rock guitarist than Eric Clapton.
Learn some of the licks Sister Rosetta used and how to apply them into a traditional gospel chord progression and beyond.
A guitar solo is the highlight of any Stevie Ray Vaughan song, and the solos he performed in his 1983 hit “Pride and Joy” are among his finest.