12bar shuffles - learning process

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miguelalmeidasantos
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12bar shuffles - learning process

Post by miguelalmeidasantos »

Hi there, thanks for having me around,

I want to show you some short shuffles I've recorded as my learning process,
also would be extremely grateful for comments and critics in order to improve,
thank you.

P.S: those are phone recordings that hopefully do not sound bad, if needed I will happily play those through the focusrite.
All recording using a looper and one has a drumpedal as well
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Country-blues.mp3 - (574.07 KiB)


E-shuffle-muted.mp3 - (1.13 MiB)


Blues-shuffle-G-C-_F__1.mp3 - (1.15 MiB)


Gretsch-blues-C_1.mp3 - (803.38 KiB)

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fenson
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Re: 12bar shuffles - learning process

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Yet post this link few days or weeks ago...
<https://www.youtube.com/results?search_ ... gin+lesson>,
you might learn interesting things from johnny burgin's lesson...

:thumbsup: Anyhow let's go :music2: :music1:

:beer:
"Don't be afraid by wrong notes, it doesn't exist" Miles Davis.
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miguelalmeidasantos
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Re: 12bar shuffles - learning process

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Thanks Fenton!
I love your music.
I will have a look at that video for sure.
Let's go!
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Re: 12bar shuffles - learning process

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Sounds to me like you're getting on real fine! :thumbsup:

You're better off exploring the music of experienced bluesman and decent on-line teachers than hear anything I might say!
I think you'd be able to run rings round me given what i hear you playing.
An improv a day keeps the demons at bay!
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