Announcement: Releases “Blues Chords”

Share Article released a new video guitar lesson from instructor Tony Keck. In this guitar lesson, now available on, Tony Keck teaches a lesson on Blues Chords for guitar from the forth coming DVD course “Hybrid Blues Chops.”

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In this sneak peak at the new upcoming course from, “Hybrid Blues Chops,” instructor Tony Keck discusses and demonstrates some blues chords. Keck demonstrates some various chord voicing’s including the 13th chord , 7th chord, 9th chord, sus (suspended) chords and shows some examples from famous players like Stevie Ray Vaughn and Freddie King and says that these are must know chord voicing’s for sophisticated blues and Fusion players alike. Throughout the video lesson Tony gives detailed demonstration on how to finger the chord voicing’s so you can easily follow along and learn to play and use these cool chord voicing’s for yourself. Guitar TAB’s are available for this cool blues guitar lesson at

Tony Keck
National award-winning artist, Tony Keck, performs a unique style of guitar skills developed through years of studying various styles of music. Using his blues based tapping technique; he creates a soulful, meditative sound that mesmerizes a diverse audience. His instrumental influence has created a combination of intermixing classical ting, blues, pop and jazz. His wide variety of musical experiences, such as a national finalist in the Guitarmageddon Competition at the House of Blues and entertaining the troops in South East Asia, has made him recognized for his distinctive compositions of sound.

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