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Audio for blues type lead example

Here's the lead

Check out the Am pentatonic scale in the root note fret, at the D position and the E position. If you have windows media player, set it to repeat over and over. 
In this lead you will come across bending, hammer ons and pull offs.

                   Am blues type rhythm and lead

Notice how I jump to the 10th fret for the D chord and the12th fret for the E chord. This is why it is important to learn the pentatonic scale in all the positions.

It is highly recommend to purchase an inexpensive drum machine and recorder. You can find a 8 track recorder for around a hundred fifty bucks. Lay down the drums, play a progression and improvise a lead. This is one of the quickest ways to become a better guitar player.

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