Play along as Peter Vogl guides you through a 12 Bar Blues in E. For this practice session, we’ll play the chord progression with a medium shuffle strum pattern. This is a very common rhythm that you can use in a lot of songs. Focused practice with a metronome is a great way to work on your timing. You’ll see marked improvement the next time you jam with friends. Add this video as part of your daily practice routine until you feel totally comfortable playing along. To learn more, start watching our six lesson Acoustic Blues Rhythm in G course as part of our free 7 day trial.
Exercise Demo – 0:39
Chord Changes – 1:15
Strum Pattern – 2:34
Exercise 1 – 3:43
Exercise 2 – 6:54
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