First Boogie In A (lead guitar part)
This study is in a 16 bar blues form - something a little different than anything we've done up to now. The chords are still the I-IV-IV chords of the key (A-D-E). Play the study in 2nd position, where your first finger takes the notes on the 2nd fret. The rest of the notes art played using the one-finger-per-fret method, with the exception of the open-string notes, of course.Practice this tune slowly, working for a clean, solid, rhythmically steady sound. Don't worry about bringing it up to tempo. Just listen closely to what you're playing and try to make the guitar sing.
The audio tracks can be found below; first the Lead guitar part at full tempo and the backing rhythm track at full tempo. Below those you'll find the Lead guitar part at an easier, slow pace. The last is a slow tempo backing track.
Full Tempo Lead and Rhythm (Backing) Tracks
Slowed Lead and Rhythm (Backing) Tracks