Blues Lick #6: “Locked up”

  Welcome Back to a Study in Blues Piano! Blues Study Lick #6, "Locked Up" This is a really exciting technique for what I like to call the "Big Blues" sound.  By "Big Blues," I… More


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Blues Lick #12 “Chromatic Sixths”

Congratulations! After finishing this lesson, you will have completed the entire course, "A Study in Blues Piano – Focusing on 12 Licks!" You will then have learned (1) a complete intro section, (2) lots of… More


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Blues Lick #11 “Pentatonic Pads”

  In this lesson you'll learn a versatile way to group any "pentatonic" scale into a pair of three-note, three-finger clusters.  Using this three-finger approach makes it easy to play fast and interesting licks, up and down the… More


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Blues Lick #8: “The Doodly At”

A versatile pattern using a four-note cluster. The main focus here is the pattern, because this four-element cluster can be played in several starting places, within a single chord or key.


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