Learn to play 2 blues solos over a Jimmy Buffet inspired backing track.
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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 ukulele lesson, you’ll learn five strum patterns that progressively increase in difficulty.
In this lesson, you’ll learn 2 melodic solos set to an anthemic backing track consisting of drums, keys and bass.
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, you’ll learn the strum pattern that defines Reggae rhythm, as well as, a riff that’s a lot of fun to play! But the best part is, you’ll put it all together to jam alongside a full band backing track (Drums & U-Bass).
In this lesson, you’ll learn 8 ways to vary your rhythm playing. The big takeaway here is that these concepts can be applied to any song, helping you to expand your rhythmic playing vocabulary.
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 this U-Bass lesson, you will learn a melodic bass line that highlights the chord changes and rhythmic feel of a Bossa Nova piece.
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.
In this “Rolling Stones Style” U-Bass lesson, you will learn a rock bass line with a focus on playing in the pocket.
In our first lesson featuring U-Bass and Drums, you will learn a song in the style of The Rolling Stones.
In this lesson, you will learn 2 approaches for scale based soloing. Approach 1 uses a Minor Pentatonic scale to create a sadder tonal quality, while approach 2 uses a Major Pentatonic scale to create a happier tonal quality.
Learn 2 solos in the key of A Major that use changes to create a melodic sound over a 12 bar blues chord progression.