About Andy Timmons’ Electric Expression: Blues
Essential Rhythm and Soloing Concepts for Electric Blues Guitar
Blues is a mysterious series of contradictions. It’s one of the easiest styles to learn how to play, but its also one of the hardest styles to play really well. There are great guitar players that can play the blues really well, but there are also great guitar players that couldn’t play the blues really well if their life depended on it. Everyone uses the same simple progressions, chords and basic vocabulary of licks, yet everyone sounds so different doing it.
That’s why we love the blues here at TrueFire. There’s something new to learn from every educator! The basic harmonic framework is identical from blues course to blues course, but each individual educator brings their own approach, influences and vibe to the learning table.
One of the truly gifted guitar players, across a variety of styles, that can also play the blues really well is Andy Timmons. He rocked your world with his first TrueFire course, Electric Expression. We’re pretty confident that he will now blow your mind with his educational take on the blues, here in Electric Expression: Blues. At the very least, we’ll guarantee you a fresh collection of head-turning blues moves and improvisational approaches to take to your next blues jam.
“Blues is a great place to start playing guitar because the basics are easy, however it takes a lifetime to master. I’ve found that the journey has been the most amazing part! There’s several players that have been a huge influence on my playing from all different genres; rock guitarists like Ace Frehley and Joe Satriani, blues and jazz players such as Robben Ford and Larry Carlton, as well as country players like Danny Gatton and Albert Lee. They’ve all influenced my approach to the blues and I’m excited to have this opportunity to share it with you!”
- Right-Hand Techniques
- Blues Scales
- Left-Hand Techniques
- Double Stops
- Electric Guitar