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Electric Blues Guitar Lessons
At a fundamental level all guitars are the same – whether acoustic or electric. Generally both
have six strings and are played in exactly the same way. However, when you talk about subtleties
they can be very different. As the complexity of musical elements increases in a song, the
appropriateness of one or the other usually becomes clear. Electric guitars are by nature rather
sensitive; it can be a positive or a negative factor depending upon the situation. The electric
blues guitar lessons can teach you how to gain maximum mileage from your electric instrument.
Regardless of the guitar type the basics of the blues music remain the same. Hence, your lessons
will be generally focused on open and moveable blues chords, chord progressions, 12 bar blues
format, common blues scales and picking techniques, common blues strumming patterns, etc.
The advanced lessons should focus on improvising solos. Good lessons make use of quality
videos, slow speed demonstrations, and jams tracks for practice.
When it comes to playing lead techniques, electric guitars are better than their acoustic
counterparts. While acoustic guitars can handle chords very well, the sound is not quite rich and
the notes don’t hold longer. The electric guitars can provide much color to the solos with the
notes that can sustain for longer periods of time.
Subtle techniques such as harmonics, different types of bendings, vibratos, etc are more cleanly
played on the electric guitar. But on the flip side, you have to exercise proper muting and control
to maintain the sound quality. You can’t ignore the effects of the amplifier and the electronic
circuitry on the final sound reaching the audi