Blues Jam Tracks - Intro
Find the Intermediate Blues Jam Tracks Intro below.
- 12 Bar Blues
12 Bar Blues
Go to 12 Bar Blues.
- Change Key
Go to Change Key.
- Quick Change
Go to Quick Change.
- No Rhythm Guitar
No Rhythm Guitar
Go to No Rhythm Guitar.
- Jazz Blues
Go to Blues Jam Tracks Jazz Blues.
- Video Lessons
Step by step Video Lessons
- Advanced Blues
Advanced Blues Jam Tracks
Go to Advanced Blues Jam Tracks.
Learn how to improvise over a Blues!
The purpose of these Blues Jam Tracks (a part of The Spy Tunes Method) is for you to test your scale knowledge.
Every Blues bundle contains 25 tracks that are loop-able.
Turn every bundle into a play list in iTunes, follow the routine below for each scale you want to practice.
4 Steps to mastering scales using Jam Tracks
Start at the lowest possible area of the neck and play through a chorus.
It’s very important that you don’t move around the neck at this stage, keep on going until you really do nail it.
When you can solo with the three scales in the first area of the fretboard, move up to the next and find all three scales there.
Repeat the process until all 5 areas of the neck are all good.
Now do this in 5 more keys: A, D, G C and F as well (included in the bundle).
Start combining the keys. E to A, A to D etc.
Use the same technique as in step 1 and 2 to complete step 3.
The final test is to play in all areas of the neck over track 18 and 24 in the bundle.