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Free Lesson Friday

Texas Blues Alley

Free blues guitar lessons from Texas Blues Alley.

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Here’s how to play that signature ascending lick from SRV’s song “Tell Me” off of his debut album “Texas Flood”. I taught this lick incorrectly a few years ago, and it’s actually simpler than I thought. Join the email list here.

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There is no feeling like looking back over your DOCUMENTED progress, a record of what you’ve worked on and accomplished. That feeling is the goal you need to keep in mind when you’re tempted to skip the simple step of writing down what you accomplish... more

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Michael Palmisano turned me on to a video of Prince playing his song “Cream” on acoustic guitar, and there’s an awesome blues lick right in the middle that jumped out at me as soon as he played it. The Original Video Michael Palmisano Prince Reaction... more

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Despite my best efforts to copy everything Stevie did, I somehow missed his downward vibrato technique. Later, when I noticed something was different, I just assumed there was no difference in sound between pulling and pushing the string. But in this... more

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4.3 out of 5 stars from 175 ratings
  • Greatest lick!

    … and made super easy!!!

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    Ol´ Dave
    Spain10 years ago
  • Best "how to" you'll find

    Tried many, few rise to the top. This one puts everyone else below him. Nice work Anthony.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States11 years ago
  • Amazing

    I've been a huge SRV fan from the first time I've heard him like many. Well before that I really never cared about soloing and he opened my world. Well after trying to learn from tablature for a while I gave up. Now years later I find this and it's been amazing

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    Xombie trim
    United States11 years ago
  • Box 1 lesson

    These lessons should be insightful for absolute beginners, but I don't find them very useful as veteran guitarist. Teaching someone to end a lick on the tonic every time is a very bad idea. Sure you will sound right but all you're licks will sound the same. Every note in the pentatonic scale works with the I IV and V end the lick wherever you want. That's the beauty of the scale, what you need most is phrasing and emotional content

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    United States11 years ago
  • excellent instruction!!!

    I have improved my guitar licks within the first 5 minutes of these podcasts..the instructions are clear,the sound is great,and anthony is a great yourself a favor and watch these podcasts..they will not dissapoint!..For intermediate players looking to improve their lead guitar playing these episodes are a must watch!!! 5 stars all the way!!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States11 years ago

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