Learn to Play this Tasty, Funky Blues Groove on E7 Using Harmonics, Percussion and Slaps – Instantly.
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I hope you enjoy this video lesson! 🙂
You’ll love this tasty, yet easy to play groove pattern. In just minutes, you’ll learn how to combine slaps, percussion and harmonics, right on your guitar. Get started now.
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A Message From Adam
Learn new combinations of harmonics, percussive slaps and bluesy bends (and it’s easier to play than you think)!
I very much hope that this fun lesson brings a new depth of groove to your music.
This lesson will probably give you many new creative ideas and inspiration.
It could be ‘just the thing’ you & your guitar need right now.
I’ll show you exactly to play it in the FREE PDF.
Here’s What You’ll Get From This Lesson…
- You’ll learn about how to play groove slaps – and put them “in the pocket.”
- You’ll see how to combine several different parts at once so they “mesh like gears” yet are EASY to play.
- You’ll have “aha” moments and play guitar more easily than you ever thought possible.
- You’ll get hooked on this bluesy, tasty and fun pattern – and probably have bursts of creativity and inspiration after learning this.
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george ovitt says
excellent lesson, thanks for your serious approach to the instrument.
klaus eber says
Adam, thanks a lot for the lesson.
Relatively easy to play BUT most groovy.
Is suited for a short jam session.
Jayson Angove says
Just wanted to say that the lesson was eye opening and I really appreciate you taking the time to make it. You have a great feel with the guitar.
I just found your website while I was feeling so sorry for myself with my ego standing in my way on that seemingly endless plateau…thank you, now I`m happy again! :o)
Achim Lange says
what a nice groove!
I didn´t believe that i can play it with my fingers. But it goes and i am happy. So i will train index- and middlefinger with this lesson every day when i´m back home from working.
greetings from achim
What model Maton do you play
Here ya go: