Acoustic 12 bar blues beginner guitar lesson learn to play easy and fun

Posted by Guitar Pro on 8th August 2010 in Beginners


www.nextlevelguitar.com Click thelink above to receive free exclusive videos, newsletters, and lots more free guitar and music goodies from Next Level Guitar. In this beginner video lesson we teach how to play an easy and fun 12 bar acoustic blues. You can play this on acoustic or electric – lots of fun and easy – check it out! Many more full on video lessons as well as a FREE 3-day all access site pass at the full on video instructional website at: www.nextlevelguitar.com

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25 Responses to “Acoustic 12 bar blues beginner guitar lesson learn to play easy and fun”

  1. vladislav0202 says:

    Seriously this guy is awesome! I’ve learned so much technique watching his videos! Thank you so much for volunteering your time and your passion to inspire and teach us!

  2. elvis75100 says:

    the slowest is the best for the real blues

  3. MrJuex123 says:

    due u are getin beter everyday u rock

  4. cricketbat08 says:

    great video. thanks! :)

  5. Free411 says:

    i wonder what your hair looks like…
    Well anyways, THANKS!

  6. liberationarmy1 says:

    @EASTSIDEGANSTA1
    dude its just “la bamba”

  7. EASTSIDEGANSTA1 says:

    can you do pAra bailar la bamba?

  8. werewolvesofmohnton says:

    heyy great video…….by the way wat model of tylor is that?

  9. lionsofisrael says:

    Great Lesson!! simple and clear!

  10. JoeThorify says:

    I like Your lessons, because evryone can keep up. I hope your intention is to increase the eksersises. Everybody kan get started with this kind of school. Thanks for promoting the blues, dude.

  11. dvdsmlprstylr says:

    After watching this 10 times now, I still don’t get it! I am a beginner and have never picked up a guitar before, anyone know any good sites that understand normal people like me?

  12. Acolis says:

    i just had to pause this at 0:25 cuz i busted out laughing lol. i wasnt expecting that energy. the other nextlevelguitar people are boring :D

  13. cjsiller10 says:

    small hands stretch to the 6th is a bit hard haha but love the videos just found y’all tonight!! LOVE blues getting in the mood for a upcoming car show Austin, Texas “Lonestar Roundup” all rockabilly gotta love it!!

    CJS

  14. jvs512000 says:

    Damn your guitar sounds sweet. So rich it sounds electric!

  15. rockongoodpeople says:

    HI – the guitar I use in this lesson is a Taylor GS5 – with cedar top and tropical American Mahogany back and sides – killer warm rich sounding guitar
    rock oN!
    David T

  16. rockongoodpeople says:

    Thanks for the kind words – most appreciated! My thumb has healed up nicely – took a while but its all good now – thanks for asking – take care and rock oN!
    David T

  17. dadszx7 says:

    Nice job David. I love playing the blues. How’s the hand from the basketball injury?

  18. JessicaMayBuckle says:

    This is really good. :)

  19. AussieEuro says:

    Awesome sounding Taylor to boot – is it a GS7 – cedar / rosewood ? love it.

  20. SuperGoofy13 says:

    there is a technique that allows u to mute it with your fretting hand thumb but requires a lot of flexibility, so just keep practicing!

  21. mikeloire04 says:

    dangit… XD this is fun to play but I keep hitting that low E string when I’m playing on the d string.

  22. chnl9 says:

    5 ***** This is great Dave!!! ~ Chanel

  23. BLacKCatB0ne says:

    @CTSully88 –Collings acoustics are lightyears ahead of Taylors, but it is all just a matter of opinion anyways

  24. PrimoSkeeter1904 says:

    not always.

    This for example is a standard blues tune and its definitely in the key of E major.

  25. funguy4utube says:

    Very clear and EZ to follow … thanks …

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