How to Play 12-bar blues on the guitar like Albert Lee
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British guitarist Albert Lee is world-renowned for his fingerstyle and picking techniques. He's won Guitar Player magazine's Best Country Guitarist award five times in a row and Eric Clapton has called him "the greatest guitarist in the world." Albert Lee has also recorded with Emmylou Harris, Eddie Van Halen, Bo Diddley, Eric Clapton and many others. Right here, he demonstrates his dazzling skills for you to suck up and learn.
This video tutorial will show you how to play 12-bar blues variations on an electric guitar for that authentic country blues feel. This involves some cool variations to the standard patterns many guitarists use.
If you want to play Albert's 12-bar blues then find the tabs here: