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Digital Subscriptions > Guitar Magazine > Mar 209 > PART TWO THE SHUFFLE


In the second part of our new tuition series designed to teach you how to become a better blues player from the ground up, we add some rhythmic lavour to the 12-bar blues chord progression that we learned in part one. Meet the blues shufle…
Many of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s compositions (such as his classic Pride And Joy) are based on a Texas-lavoured version of the blues-shule rhythm

In part one of this series in, we looked at the form of a 12-bar blues chord progression – the familiar format that underpins most classic blues music. In this lesson, we’re going to apply a rhythm to that basic progression. This is a speciic rhythm known as a blues shufle.

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