Thank John, and Guitaristhelp. I like to post a topic about how many members have also an instrument in their nick.
On some topic, I wrote, and I don't lie, even the fun factor included, that in reality I am a very actif lazy man. I studied a long time, and when it is really interesting, I know almost everything and very fast. I saw your definitions, and the way you write open G, open D ... there is one thing I regret: the fact I never studied music. But since I'm here on Chordie, a lot of things go really a lot more easy, and I learned more than in the past 25 years. As soon as they started talking about blues, and THE SCALES, I stopped my video or I closed my book. A little confession: I noticed, also here, that I was using already pentatonics, without knowing it. Since I am at home for the rest of my life, I have only 2 real friends, and 20 friends, I play every week with one of my 2 best friends. He is drummer, but also a guitar player, and he learned me to keep my rhythm we also play quit often blues, in different "keys", My question is do you have interesting tips, where you learn to play blues, knowing my character, a little bit lazy. More specific, I've always been like that, with a minimal effort getting the maximum results.
[color=blue]- GITAARDOCPHIL SAIS: TO CONQUER DEAD, YOU HAVE TO DIE[/color] AND [color=blue] we are born to die[/color]
- MY GUITAR PLAYS EVERY STYLE = BLUES, ROCK, METAL, so I NEED TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY IT.
[color=blue]Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock.[/color]