Learn a 50s-inspired chord progression that tastefully splices in blues licks. Plus, you’ll get to play ukulele alongside U-Bass and guitar.
In this blues lesson, you’ll learn to interchange between lead and rhythm to create the sound of a one-man band.
In this lesson, you’ll learn three walking bass lines for blues ukulele. Each bass line is leveled by difficulty: Beginner, intermediate, and advanced.
In this lesson, we’ll take a standard 12 bar blues and alter it to create a more colorful and Jazz-esque tonal landscape. You’ll learn to play a melody, solo, and rhythm over a full band backing track; which includes: Ukulele + U-Bass + Drums.
In our second lesson featuring U-Bass and Drums, you will learn a jazzy chord progression played with a Bossa Nova rhythm. You’ll also learn a latin-infused melody and solo that is played over the rhythm.
Learn 2 solos in the key of A Major that use changes to create a melodic sound over a 12 bar blues chord progression.
This lesson is a bluesy, fingerpicking piece that focuses on developing your rhythm technique while splicing in melodic fill licks.