Another day, another blog post. Anything quip-y coming forth? I don't think so. But that is okay, 'cause I'm thinking of the blues. Chord changes? Single notes? Neither. Doesn't matter. Everything sounds good when one is playing the blues, as long as one hits those slides, those riffs, those proper scales, those pitch bends. . . uh, sure. It's easy! Oh, and did I mention having the right strings? Should they be round wound, or flat wound? And what weight? And what guitar? And what amp? What sound module? Egads. One would think that playing the blues requires a Stradivarius. But, no, it doesn't. Just get a guitar and put strings on it. Get a pick, and hit two major notes followed by a minor note, and bend the note. Now you're playing the blues.