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Here is an old line from one of the famous blues songs and it says Marc Staal Jersey , "the blues had a baby...and they called it rock n' roll."

Let me tell you, there is so much truth to that line! You can listen to all the first rock n' roll songs and discover the blues guitar riffs, chord progressions and scales being played, just in a less bluesy kinda way.

"Johnny B. Good" is a key example of a blues guitar progression being played with a rock drum beat and a vocal melody that is unusual from how a blues vocal melody would sound. It doesn't finish there though. The influence on modern music is nonetheless very prevalent. We hear it in hip-hop, rock, emo Mats Zuccarello Jerseys , indie, reggae, r & b, funk, etc

The popularly used 1 - 4 - 5 chord progression (3 chords) that is used in blues is also used in almost All type of music that exists. Even Mozart uses this chord progression as well as many others from the classical period. Not only do blues guitar riffs and chord progressions get used in modern music, but nearly all guitar solos also have blues overtones in rock music as well as the other styles that I mentioned. It has been a Essential ingredient in forming the shape sound of modern music no matter how you look at it.

Mastering how to play blues music should be a top priority on any guitar players 'to-do' list. Once you learn the ins and outs of this genre Mats Zuccarello Rangers Jersey , you can improvise it to create your own modern songs, riffs andor solos. Many guitar players that I know improvise on the blues scale to produce their main riffs and super spectacular leads as well as use the chord progressions to write different, more modern music.

Don't let anybody convince you that the blues is dead!