This free lesson features a video of an easy 12 bar blues guitar chord progression in A7. This three chord progression for guitar includes A7, D7 and E7. This exercise is for the intermediate or advanced guitar player who has mastered barre chords .
You will hear blues chord progressions similar to the one you will learn in this video in recordings of famous blues artists like Eric Clapton, Freddie King, Hubert Sumlim (Howlin' Wolf's guitar player) and brothers, Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughn.
Remember as you practice to put some feeling into it. Playing blues music and playing it well has more to do with emotion than mechanics. I can help you learn lots of 12 bar blues chord progressions but you're going to have to work on the emotional part of it yourself.
If you thought that one was fun, you're ready for the next video teaching three chord progressions for the guitar that every blues guy needs to know, a blues chord progression using the A9, D9 and E9 chords.
For those of you who found these exercises difficult, go back and practice on the basic A, D, and E guitar chord progression until you're ready for the advanced variations.
Practice the 12 bar blues guitar chord progression in A7 until you get it down and then come back to Easy Guitar Guy's Free Guitar Lessons to see more videos to help you learn how to play guitar FAST.