View interactive tab… Bass Lessons - Basic 12 Bar Blues In A - The Walking Bass Bass Tab ——— ——— ——— BLUES ——— ——— ——— Basic 12 Bar Blues in A — the Walking Bass by: Chunky C This just so happens to be done in the key of A but you can play this in any key … Leavin this mornin-ah - if I have to ride a blind. But what I’ll be doing in this lesson is staying in standard tuning throughout. Bass Lessons - Beginners Guide To Walking Bass Lines Bass Tab Standard string tuning (G,D,A,E) recommended 1. G major. Walking Blues Tab Highlighted Show chords diagrams ... Johnson ----- Robert Johnson recorded this tune in the key of B, with his guitar tuned up to A-tuning (E-A-E-A-C#-E) and A capo on the second fret. Lord, I - feel like blowin my - woh-old lonesome home. "Walking Blues" is an example of an, A A/G A/F# A/F, E--/12-12-12-/12-12-12-/12-12-12-/12-------|--------------------|, C#-/12-12-12-/12-12-12-/12-12-12-/12-------|----0---------------|, A------------------------------------11-12-|-12---0-0-0-0-0-0-0-|, E------------------------------------------|-12---3-3-2-2-1-1-1-|, A------------------------------------------|----0---------------|, E------------------------------------------|------3---2---1-----|, I woke up this morning, feel round for my shoes, E----------------0-----|---------------|---------------|, C#---------------0-----|---------------|---------------|, A--0-------------------|--0-----0------|--0------------|, E--0-----0---0---------|--0-0-0-0------|--0-0-0-0------|, A----2/4---6/7-----2/4-|----0-0-0-2/4--|--0-0-0-0-2/4--|, E--0-----------0-------|---------------|---------------|, Know bout got these, old walkin blues. Featured in Eric Clapton's Unplugged Album. Walking Blues tab. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Walking Blues tab by Eric Clapton with chords drawings, easy version, 12 key variations and much more. But you know bout at I - got these old walkin blues. Walking bass on guitar is usually played fingerstyle. That means using heavier strings (no “super slinky”…) and a high action (distance of the strings to the fretboard). Walking bass lesson 3 – 12 Bar Blues. Open G Tuning Songs - Open G Blues Guitar Tuning The video above opens with an old clip of me playing Crossroads by Robert Johnson on an old Johnny Joyce model Aria, and at 1:22 I start to explore the open G guitar tuning from a beginner’s point of view.. It’s a simpler tuning than open D, and it’s perfect for playing with a bottleneck or slide. subscribe share tweet. Its the worst old feelin I most - ever had. 2 contributors total, last edit on Jul 10, 2019. Well, some people tell me that the worried - blues aint bad. Woke up this mornin, E-----------------------|-----5--5--5-5----------|-----------------|, C#---------0------------|--0---------------------|-----------------|, A-----------------------|--0---------------------|-----------------|, E--0---0---0---0--------|-------------0--0-------|-----------------|, A--0---0---0---0---2/4--|--------0----0--0--3/5--|-3/5-3/5-3/5-3/5-|, E-----------------------|------------------------|-----------------|, E----------5---5-------|----------5---5-------|---------------------|, C#---------------------|----------------------|---------------------|, A------------0-------0-|----------------------|-----0---------0-----|, E--0-----0---0---0---0-|--0-----0---0---0-----|-3/5-0-3/5-3/5-0-5/7-|, A--0-2/4-----0---0-----|--0-2/4-----0---0-3/5-|---------------------|, E--0---------------2---|-0--------------------|---------------------|, E----------------|---------5---5-------|---------5---------|, C#---------------|---------------------|-------------------|, A------0---------|-----------0-------0-|-------------------|, E------0-------0-|-0-----0---0---0---0-|-0-----0---0-0-----|, A--5/7-0-3/5-5-0-|-0-2/4-----0---0-----|-0-2/4-----0-0-2/4-|, E--------------2-|-0---------------2---|-------------------|, E---/12-12-12-/12-/12-------------|--------5-5-|, C#--/12-12-12-/12-/12-------------|----3-3-----|, A---------------------12--12\-3/4-|-/4---------|, E---------------------------------|----------0-|, A---------------------------------|------------|, E---------------------------------|------------|. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more. Up this mornin - feelin round all for my shoes. I'm leavin' this mornin' I have ta go ride the blinds. A lot of acoustic blues are in open tunings. Delta blues pioneer Robert Johnson was a fan of open tunings and used Open G for his famous “Walking Blues.” Later, this tuning found its way into plenty of blues-rock songs through the likes of Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, and the Rolling Stones. As such, many lessons are the same way. Woke up this mornin' feel 'round for my shoes. I don't mind dyin' this a mornin', C G, ~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~, |-x-----------------x-----------------x-----------------5------------------------------------|, |-x-----------------x-----------------x--------5--------5------------------------------------|, |-x-----------------x-----------------x--------5--------5-----0------------------------------|, |-x-----3//5--------x-----3//5--------x-----3//5-----------------0----2/4--------------------|, ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~, |-----------------------------------------------------------------7--------------------------|, |-------------------------------------------------------------0---7--------------------------|, |-0----3/5----------------------------0----3/5-------0--------0-5/7--------------------------|, |----------------0-----------0----2/4-------------------0-2/4--------------------------------|, |-----------------------------------------------------------------------0--------------------|, |-------------------0-----------------5--------5--------5\0------0------0--------------------|, |-------------------0--------5--------5--------5--------5\0------0---------------------------|, |-------------------------3//5-----------------5--------------0------------------------------|, I been mistreat ed. Catfish Blues (another explicit roadhouse version) - see also: Rollin' Stone, Still A Fool or Two Trains Runnin' and their variations. If you have only one and play sometimes slide or want to switch between slide and nor… Well, I got up this mornin - woh-all I had was gone. If you want to play much slide guitar, prepare a guitar just for this job. She got a - Eglin movement from her head down - to her toes. Muddy Waters tabs, chords, guitar, bass, ukulele chords, power tabs and guitar pro tabs including hoochie coochie man, mannish boy, got my mojo working, i cant be satisfied, baby please dont go You know about that, babe had them old walkin' blues. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. This preserves the intervals between the strings, and thus all chord shapes and scales work the same, except they sound lower. Little Boy Blue This great bottleneck blues song is in open-G tuning. Got up this mornin, my little Bernice was gone, Lord. Walkin' Blues by Eric Clapton text guitar tab. You can use both acoustic and electric guitars, as long as they don’t have nylon strings. ----------| at the time you reach position 5 you play the other notes on top of it, ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~, |-10/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-----------------------------------------0--|, |-10/12-------------------11/12-------11/12-------11/12---11/12-11/12---11/12--------x-------|, |-------------------------------------------------11/12---11/12---------------12-----x-------|, |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------12-----x-------|, |--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|, x x x x x x x x, ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~, ~~ F#, |-10/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-------12-------12--------------------------|, |-10/12-------------------------------------------11/12----11/12----11/12---------12-12---11-|, |-------------------------------------------------------------------------12-12---12-12---11-|, |---------------------------------------------------------------------------------12-12---11-|, x x x x x x x x, |----------x---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |-10-------x---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |-10-------x--------5------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |----------------3//5--------------------------------0---------------------------------------|, x x x x x x, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~ ~~~, |-5--------5--------5/3----0/3---------------------------------------------------------------|, |-5-----5--5-----5--5/3----0/3--0-----0------------------------------------------------------|, |-5-----5--5-----5--5/3----0/3--0-----0-----0--------0--3/5\3-0-2/3-0-2/3--------------------|, |-------5--------5-----------------0-------------2/4----------0-2/3-0-2/3--------------------|, x x x x x x x x, ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~, |-0----3/5-5-----5--5-----0--------0--5/7------------0--5/7\5----------0---------------------|, |-0--------------------------0-2/4-------------0-2/4-------------0-2/4-----------------------|, C G G7 G6 G+5, |-------------------------------------------0--0-----0--0-----0--0-----0---------------------|, |-3/5------------0--5\3---------0-----0--------3--------2--------1-----1---------------------|, |-3/5------0-2/4----5\3---0-2/3-0-2/3-0------------------------------------------------------|, |-0------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |-0--------0-----0--------0--0--------0-----0------------------------------------------------|, |------2/4------------------------3/4-0------------------------------------------------------|, G7 G6 G G7 G6 G, |-0-----0--0-----0--0-----------------0-----0--0-----0--0------------------------------------|, |-3--------2--------0--------0-----0--3--------2--------0--------0---------------------------|, |------------------------3/4-0-------------------------------3/4-0-----0---------------------|. You can walk through almost any jazz tune. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. That way, you don’t need to be retuning your guitar every five minutes just to show your friends what you learned today. Walking Blues Guitar Tab by Eric Clapton learn how to play chords diagrams. If you have an extra guitar only for slide, you can also try out the open tunings. Babe, I been mistreated - baby, and I don't mind dyin. All other strings can be left in standard tuning.) The difficulty of the songs increase from top to bottom. I feel mistreated and I - don't mind dyin -. Through these tabs you'll improve your technique by learning many beautiful blues compositions.. Please explain why did you choose such low rating for this tab. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. In this lesson I’m providing you with a simple walking bass line through a […] Tuning: E A D G B E. Author Unregistered. Johnson started many of his songs in this way: through bars 1 and 2, the high E tonic note is used as a pedal tone while other notes descend the D string. This lick is titled “Microtonal Expressions” because throughout the lick the slide is moved in very small increments (less than a half step) in order to provide more of a vocal-type feel and musicality to the sound of the notes. fresh tabs top tabs lessons submit videos . The last song was performed in standard tuning with a capo at the second fret. Here you find tab, sheet music and my video tutorial.. People tell me the old walkin' blues ain't bad. Seasick Steve tabs, chords, guitar, bass, ukulele chords, power tabs and guitar pro tabs including walkin man, dog house boogie, burnin up, hobo low, last po man Woke -. # #-----## From: stuart@comserver.canberra.edu.au (Stuart Christopherson) Subject: TAB: "Walking Blues" by Robert Johnson-----Walking Blues by Robert Johnson-----Robert Johnson recorded this tune in the key of B, with his guitar tuned up to A-tuning (E-A … 65,354 views, added to favorites 637 times. The difficulty in walking bass on the guitar lies in the combination of playing chords and bass at the same time. Walkin Blues tab by Robert Johnson. G7 to F7). Use your thumb for the bass notes and your other fingers to comp the chords. I feel like - blow-oowin my lonesome home. “Rock and roll starts here…” So, we begin with Chuck Berry as his place in the history of rock cannot be denied.The solo is trademark Chuck Berry licks, bluesy pentatonic riffs and chordal jabs.Artist: Chuck BerryGuitarist: Chuck BerryYouTube LinkTAB LinkWikipedia Link ... Eric Clapton - Walking Blues Eric Clapton - Walking Blues (versão 2) auto scroll beats size up size down change color hide chords drawings. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal Lord, she break in on a dollar - most anywhere she goes. |-------------------------------------------------------0-----0------------------------------|, |-0--0-----0-----0--0-----0--0--------------------------0-----0------------------------------|, |-0--------0-----0--0-----0--0--------------------------0------------------------------------|, |-3-----3--2-----2--1-----1--0--------0-----0--------0--0------------------------------------|, x x x x x x x, ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~, |-10/12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12\10--------------------------------------0--0--------|, |-10/12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12\10--10/12---11/12-11/12---11/12-12------0--0--------|, |--------------------------------------------10/12-----------------------12------0--0--------|, |--------------------------------------------------------------------------------0-----------|, x x x x x x x x, G F#, ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~, |-10/12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12--12-12-12-------12-------12----------------------------------|, |-10/12-----------------------------------11/12----11/12----11/12---------12-12---11---------|, |-----------------------------------------------------------------12-12---12-12---11---------|, |-------------------------------------------------------------------------12-12---11---------|, x x x x x x x x, |----------------------------2/3---------x---------------------------------------------------|, |-4/5--4/5-4/5--4/5-4/5\3-0--2/3-0-------x---------------------------------------------------|, |-4/5--4/5-4/5--4/5-4/5\3-0--2/3-0-------x----0------0--3/5\3-0-2/3-0-2/3--------------------|, C G G7 G6 G+5 G, ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~, |-------------------------------------------0------------------------------------------------|, |-------------------------------------------0-----0-----0--0-----------0---------------------|, |-------------------------------------------0--0--------0--0-------------------2/4-----------|, |-3/5------------0--5\3-----2/3-0-2/3-0-----0-----------2--2-----------1--1----2/4-0---------|, |----------0-2/4----------0-2/3-0-2/3-0----------------------------------------2/4-----------|. Nothing too difficult, just make sure you are stamping your foot two times per second and that you are counting from 1 to 4 in time with your foot beat. In this video, Robert Labell demonstrates and breaks down WALKING BLUES by Robert Johnson. Download the tab & notation for this beginner slide blues lesson.. show chords YouTube Clip hide all tabs go to top. In this lesson, you will learn how to write and play a walking bass line over a 12-bar blues in F. Please explain why did you choose such low rating for this tab. Learn standard 12-bar blues! You know about that, baby Woo-Lord, I had them old walkin' blues. I been mistreat ed. Drop D tuning is a popular alternate tuning that has been used by a variety of musicians over the years. Know bout at I got these - old walkin blues. The modes for each chord are clearly marked, and the leading tones are the last note in each sequence (follow the arrows). In the figure, the chords are printed above each grid. # #-----## From: stuart@comserver.canberra.edu.au (Stuart Christopherson) Subject: TAB: "Walking Blues" by Robert Johnson ----- Walking Blues by Robert Johnson ----- Robert Johnson recorded this tune in the key of B, with his guitar tuned up to A-tuning (E-A-E-A-C#-E) and a capo on the second fret. (BTW: if you want to start with open tuning, this is a good song to start – you just have to tune both E-strings (to D) and the A-string (to G) down a full tone. In Lesson 2, we continued to build patterns for the common chord progressions we see in blues.So far we have patterns for each chord change in the 12-Bar Blues except for one, moving from V to IV (i.e. The standard 12 bar blues shuffle becomes a lot easier than in standard tuning, negating the need for the wide left hand stretches. Woke up this mornin' I feel 'round for my shoes. Guitar teacher & blues specialist Jim Bruce takes a look at the open G tuning, covering its history, use, technique, & a handful of examples. G D, ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~~~, |---------------------------------------------------------------12---------------------------|, |-0----3/5-------0--------------------0----3/5-------0-------10/12---------------------------|, |-------------------0--------0----2/4-------------------0----10/12---------------------------|, |----------------0---------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |----------------0--0------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |-------------------0--------5--------5--------5--------5--------------0---------------------|, |-------------------0-----3//5--------5--------5--------5----2/4-0---------------------------|. --3//5----| This means you play a somewhat stretched slide. In part three of our walking bass series, we are looking at the final changes for the 12 bar blues. |-0--------0--------0-----------------0--------0--------x------------------------------------|, |-------------------0--------------------------0--------x------------------------------------|, |-3----3---2-----2--0--------------0--3-----3--2-----2--x------------------------------------|, |------------------------3/4-0--------------------------x-----3//5---------------------------|. The notes in an E blues scale are as follows: E, G, A, B flat, B, D. F Blues Scale Bass TAB. G D, ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~, |----------------------------0-----------------------0------------7--------------------------|, |-0----3/5-------0-----------0--------0----3/5----------0-----0---7--------------------------|, |-------------------0-------------2/4-------------------0-2/4-0-5/7--------------------------|, |------------------------3/5-----------------------------------------------------------------|, D C G, |-------------------0-----------------5--------5--------5\0------------0---------------------|, |-------------------0--------5--------5--------5--------5\0---0------------------------------|, |-------------------------3//5-----------------5-----------------0---------------------------|. # #-----# Date: 13.01.2005 Tabbed by Peter Tuyp (peter.tuyp@wxs.nl) Subject: Eric Clapton - Walkin' Blues (unplugged) Open G Tuning = D G D G B D low to high E Blues Scale Bass TAB – Open Position. This, This song apparently has its roots in the rhythyms of work songs that, were used continuously from slave times up through Reconstruction and, preserved on the prison workfarms. Woo-Lord, I don't mind dyin', G7 G6 G+5 G5 D G, |----------------------------------------------------0--0-----0------------------------------|, |-0-----0--0-----0--0-----0--0-----------------------0--0-----0------------------------------|, |-0-----0--0-----0--0-----0--0--------------------------0------------------------------------|, |-3-----3--2-----2--1-----1--0--------0-----0-----------0------------------------------------|, |---------------------------------2/4--------------------------------------------------------|, |-10/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-11/12-12-12-11/12-12-12---------------------------------------0----|, |-10/12-------11/12-------11/12-------11/12-------11/12---11/12-11/12---11/12--------0--0----|, |-------------------------------------------------11/12-----------------------12-----0-------|, |-----------------------------------------------------------------------------12-----0-------|, |-10/12-------11/12-------11/12-------11/12-------11/12----11/12----11/12---------12-12---11-|, |-10----------------5------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |-10-------0--------5------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |----------0-----3//5------------------------------------------------------------------------|, ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~ ~~~, |----------------------------2/3-0-----------------------------------------------------------|, |-4/5--4/5-4/5--4/5-4/5\3-0--2/3-0-------0-------2/4-0--3/5\3-0-2/3-0-2/3--------------------|, |-4/5--4/5-4/5--4/5-4/5\3-0--------0-------------2/4------------2/3-0-2/3--------------------|, |-0----3/5-5-----5--5-----0----2/4-0--5/7--------2/4-0--5/7\5----------0---------------------|, |-------------------------------------------0--0--0-----0-----0--0-----0---------------------|, |-------------------------------------------0--0--------0-----0--0-----0---------------------|, |-3/5------------0--5\3-----2/3-0-2/3-0-----0--3-----3--2--------1---------------------------|, |----------0-2/4----------0-2/3-0-2/3-0------------------------------------------------------|, |-3-----3--2-----2--0--------0-----0--3-----3--2-----2--0--------0-----0---------------------|. The above TAB shows how Pattern 1 from the Blues Scales Bass Patterns section below can be used to play an F blues scale. #, #------------------------------------------------------------------------------#, Open G Tuning = D G D G B D low to high, The song is played with a slide while tapping the rithm with your feet, x x x x = taps with feet. Some - people tell me that these - old worried, old blues aint bad. We will look at blues shuffle sequences later but for just now I will post a tab for the standard 12 bar blues shuffle in Open D tuning. |-0-----0--0-----0--0-----------------0-----0--0-----0--x--------5-----5---------------------|, |-3-----3--2-----2--0--------0-----0--3-----3--2-----2--x--------5-----5---------------------|, The worse old feelin' I most ever had, ~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~, |-x--------x-----0--x-----------------x-----------------x------------------------------------|, |-x-----5--x-----0--x--------5--------x--------5--------x------------------------------------|, |-------------------------3//5--------------3//5--------x-------------2/4--------------------|, |-------------------------------------------------------------3//5---------------------------|. One accurate version. Walking Blues - 12 Bar Blues Scale Bass Tab Highlighted Show chords diagrams Alright this is just a warmup, good to stretch your fingers out with, its simple, and quite well to an improv., depending on how fast or slow you play it, it can become a of things. #, #------------------------------------------------------------------------------##, From: stuart@comserver.canberra.edu.au (Stuart Christopherson), Subject: TAB: "Walking Blues" by Robert Johnson, Robert Johnson recorded this tune in the key of B, with his guitar tuned, up to A-tuning (E-A-E-A-C#-E) and a capo on the second fret. Madame Geneva’s* Standard A Minor Magnolia* Standard Tuning A Make Room for Me Maybelline* Standard Tuning E Memphis in the Meantime* Open D Tuning (DADF#AD) D Miner’s Blues* Standard D Never Needed It More Standard Tuning Ninety Nine Year Blues* Standard Tuning G No Love Today Standard Tuning Am No Money Down Standard Tuning E No More Cane On the Brazos* How to get from Standard Tuning to Vestapol Tuning ‘Vestapol’ Tuning is a generic name for all open tunings that emerge from tuning the guitar as if you were fretting an E major chord: The A string and the D string are tuned two semitones higher and the g string is tuned one semitone higher. Nobody Knows You When Youre Down And Out tab, #----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#, #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #, #song. Eric Clapton. DGCFAD (D Standard) is the same as EADGBE but every string is tuned a whole step down. The Magic Of Drop D Tuning. This transcription is in the key of A. People tell me the walkin' blues ain't bad. Enjoy the songs, This page contains a collection of the finest acoustic fingerstyle blues guitar songs I have selected and played. #----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#, #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #, #song. G7 G6 G+5 G5 D G, |-----0----0--------0------------------------------------------------------------------------|, |----------0-----0--0-----0------------------------------------------------------------------|, |-3-----3--2-----2--1-----1--0--------0-----0--------0--0--------------0---------------------|, |---------------------------------2/4-----------------------3/4--0---------------------------|, |-0--------0--------0-----------------0--------0--------0------------------------------------|, |-------------------0-----------------------------------0------------------------------------|, |-3-----3--2-----2--0--------------0--3-----3--2-----2--0--------------0---------------------|, |------------------------3/4-0-------------------------------3/4-0---------------------------|. Unleash I-IV-V chords and how they pertain to blues music. G7 G6 G G7 G6 G C, ~~~ ~~~~, |-0-----0--0-----0--0-----------------0-----0--0-----0--0--------------5---------------------|, |-3--------2--------0--------0-----0--3--------2--------0--------5-----5---------------------|, |------------------------3/4-0--------------------------------3//5---------------------------|. View interactive tab Download Pdf Date: 13.01.2005 Tabbed by Peter Tuyp (peter.tuyp@wxs.nl) Eric Clapton - Walkin' Blues (unplugged) Open G Tuning = D G D G B D low to high The song is played with a slide while tapping the rhythm with your feet.
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