Watch the Advanced Boogie-Woogie online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Guitar Lab: Boogie-Woogie
Now it gets tough with some huge stretches. I'll show you three forms of the 1, 5, 6, b7 voicing which when arpeggiated yields a great harp-style sound based off the boogie-woogie. This lesson refers back to what was discussed in lesson 6. The more ways you can "see" the information on the fingerboard, the more options you will have. This one note-per-string approach is a great way of creating refreshing rhythm guitar textures with the tried and true boogie-woogie formula.