BLUES PIANO TUTORIAL – Four Tasty Blues Licks07:48

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BLUES PIANO TUTORIAL – Four Tasty Blues Licks

by | Jan 12, 2018 | BLUES, KEYBOARD, PIANO

BLUES PIANO TUTORIAL – Four Tasty Blues Licks

In this blues piano video tutorial made by PianoPig, the teacher takes you through 4 tasty blues riffs that you can use in your playing. They are mostly based from the blues scale, and also the minor pentatonic scale.

MY OPINION

A really nice blues tutorial for all piano players looking for cool licks to integrate in their improvisations or songs.

A blues piano tutorial for all piano players looking for a cool way to spice up their solos or improvisations.

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