Blues Guitar Lesson – 9th Chords For Blues Rhythm Playing

When you play blues rhythm with a band, 9th chords are some of the best substitutions you can use for the old generic 7th chords.

So in this video, we’ll cover 9th chords, some fingering options, and roots on the 5th string as well as the 6th string – plus some rhythmic stuff you can do.

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6 thoughts on “Blues Guitar Lesson – 9th Chords For Blues Rhythm Playing

  1. How do you keep your strumming hand so loose on the 16 notes with out loosing the pick? Great lesson by the way

  2. Do I hear “Fret Buzz” when you strum one of your bass strings? Or is it just the metallic sound of the string?

  3. I came here because of the crunge by led zeppelin. I think it sounds like a 9th chord

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