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2 F blues 4:08 and rock tracks perfect
3 G shuffle 3:40 for practice or accompaniment!

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4 Am blues 3:48 Recorded in a state-of-the-art facility
by seasoned professional studio musicians,
5 slow blues in G 4:00
this jam-along CD is perfect for all instruments.
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E blues
jazz blues
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Includes tracks from Watch & Learn’s Introduction to
BLUES GUITAR and Introduction to ROCK GUITAR.
Plus, we’ve enclosed a helpful instruction booklet for you,
complete with chord progressions and soloing tips.
10 funk in E 3:51
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Am, G, F, E rock
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plug in and let’s jam!
13 D Cadd9 G tune 4:04

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Guitar Keys
Peter Vogl Lee Davis

Bass Drums
Jean Marc Porson Gerry Hanson

let’s jam was produced by Peter Vogl using top studio musicians. Peter did not want to
use midi tracks, which can make the music sound sterile and predictable – just a step
above a metronome. These tracks, recorded by creative session players, now offer the
soloist a great rhythm section and make improvising much more interesting and exciting.
It is Peter’s hope that players of all levels will find these tracks stimulating and useful for
practice. A special thanks to Chris and Caleb for their contributions.

For more soloing ideas, try Watch & Learn’s Introduction to Blues Guitar DVD & book or
Introduction to Rock Guitar DVD & book, also by Peter Vogl.

FREE lessons available at freeguitarvideos.com


F Blues CD

This is a fast 12 bar blues in F. It is important to practice the blues in


all keys and all tempos. Try the F minor and F major pentatonic scales.
If you don’t know your pentatonic scales, or need blues soloing ideas,
pick up the Introduction to Blues Guitar DVD & book. More advanced
players should use arpeggios and altered notes.
CD
G Blues
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This is a standard 12 Bar Blues in G. Try the G minor pentatonic scale,


the G major pentatonic scale, and the G blues scale. More advanced
players might try using arpeggios, the mixolydian scale, and the altered
dominant scale. This 12 Bar Blues can be found on page 59 of the Blues
Guitar book. Related scales are on pages 61-66.
A Minor Blues CD

This is a very common minor blues chord progression. Try the A minor
pentatonic scale and the A blues scale. Using the note F over the Dm7 and
the F9 chord is a great sound. The note G# over the E7#9 chord works
well, too. Notice that these two notes, F and G#, are not found in the A
minor pentatonic or A blues scale.
CD
Slow Blues in G
5

A more complicated but common 12 Bar Blues in G. Try the G minor,


G blues, and G major pentatonic scales found on pages 61-66 of
the Blues Guitar book. Playing arpeggios over the chords is more
advanced but sounds great on this tune.
Bb Blues CD

This is another fast tempo blues, but in Bb. This is a common key for the
blues, so practice this one. Try the Bb minor and Bb major pentatonic
scales. The Bb blues scale also sounds great. More advanced players
should use arpeggios to play over the chords, bebop licks, the mixolydian
scale, and the altered dominant scale.
CD
E Blues
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This is a lazy 12 Bar Blues in E. Guitar players love this key. Try the E
blues scale and the E major and E minor pentatonic scales. This 12 Bar
Blues is taught in the Blues Guitar book starting on page 8. Check it out
for more soloing ideas.
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Jazz Blues in G CD

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2m-5-1 licks, and altered notes are what really make a solo sound good
over this chord progression.
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Slow Blues in C
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This tune “comes in the back door” starting on what would normally be
the last 4 measures of the 12 Bar Blues. After that it’s a normal 12 Bar
Blues form. Practice using the C minor and major pentatonic scales. Don’t
forget the C blues scale.
Funk in E CD

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We had fun recording this one chord track. Use the E minor and E
major pentatonic scale. The E blues scale sounds great also. For more
advanced, try the E mixolydian scale or bebop licks.

CD
Bm Jam 11

A two chord Latin rock tune. Try the B minor pentatonic scale and the B
blues scale. For more advanced, try the B dorian scale and bebop licks.
CD
A Minor Rock
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A very widely used chord progression in the rock genre. Try the A minor
and A blues scales. More advanced players should also experiment with
the A harmonic minor Scale.

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D Cadd9 G

An extremely popular chord progression in acoustic-oriented rock. Try the


D major pentatonic and the G major pentatonic scales. Both work well.
Also experiment with the D major and G major diatonic scales.
Old Style Rock in A CD

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This tune and soloing idea is taught in the Rock Guitar book, starting on
page 24. Try the A minor and A major pentatonic scales. Do your best Chuck
Berry imitation! CD
Rock in E 15

Straight out of Rock Guitar book (song 4, pg. 21, soloing ideas pg. 54). This
chord progression is great for trying Clapton-like licks. Practice using the E
minorpentatonic scale. Try using a lot of bends.
CD
Rock in A
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Another track from the Rock Guitar book (song 3, page 17, solo-
ing ideas pages 50-51). Use the A minor pentatonic scale and the
A blues scale.
Grunge in D CD

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This track tunes the 6th string down to a D and is great for practic-
ing nasty pentatonic licks. Try using the D minor pentatonic and the
D blues scale.

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