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Jonny May
Workshop
Advanced
01:19:39

A total of 8 must-know left hand patterns to take your slow blues playing to the next level. With the shuffle, stride, bass walk-ups & broken 10ths, you’ll have all the tools you need to jam with the pros.

Course Objectives
  • Learn Chris’ Blues
  • Play along with a Backing Track
  • Explore Shuffle and Syncopated 8th note Grooves
  • Discover how to use advanced Stride Left Hand Patterns over a Slow Blues
Learning Focus
  • Accompanying
  • Basslines
  • Lead Sheets

Course Lessons

1
Slow Blues Left Hand Accompaniment 2 – Lesson 1
37:33

Chris’s Blues Melody & Chords, Blues Scale Fills + 3 Left Hand Techniques: Shuffle, Broken 10ths, Bass Walkups

2
Slow Blues Left Hand Accompaniment 2 – Lesson 2
42:06

6 More Left Hand Techniques: Easy Stride, 5-1 Stride, 7-1 Stride, 1-7 Stride, Broken 10ths Stride, Big & Bold

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