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Blues Rock: The 60s and 70s

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Now let's review the form and the parts, and then perform the whole thing over the backing track. First I'll demonstrate, and it's important that you listen without playing along. That way you get a clear demonstration of what everything is supposed to sound like, before you try it yourself.

In this tutorial we've explored an example of the classic blues rock sound. Although there's much more to it than you can squeeze into just one tutorial, I hope you've already gotten a good understanding of it. If you like the sound of this type of rock, you can explore it further by checking out the artists that I mentioned in the introduction. Have fun with the blues rock material, and I'll see you in the next video!
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