Uploaded on Aug 17, 2010
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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...
Q: I've been watching your acoustic blues lessons this summer and I just wanted to say I really like them all. Thanks for making them! My question is, if I jam with my friend who is a piano player, he always wants to play blues in F or Bb. But, those keys are difficult for me on guitar due to all of the barring I'd have to do. Do you have any suggestions for playing blues with piano players?
- Aaron, San Diego CA.
A: If you want to gig along-side of a piano player - or another Bb instrument like a Clarinet - all you have to do is clamp a capo at the 1st fret. This will quickly and easily raise your E to F or your A to Bb or D to Eb.
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