Dear Soon-To-Be Epic Blues Guitarist,
Let me ask you...
Picture yourself sounding like a seasoned blues veteran from Texas... and blowing crowds, musicians, friends, and family away with wicked blues jams and smooth riffs.
If you ever had that spark of inspiration when you listened to Stevie Ray Vaughan, B.B. King, or Clapton and you wanted to play like them... then this is what you've been looking for.
I'll never forget the summer of 1990.
I had just bought my first instrument -- a white B.C Rich (not a great axe, but I was a happy clam because I had a guitar!)
One sunny day, I was driving my grey, beat-up, 1980 Chevy, (which didn't even have a cassette deck). LOL...
"The Thrill is Gone" by B.B. King started playing on the radio.
I'll never forget the feeling. I thought "man this is cool sh*t"...
I squinted my eyes and started shaking my head, and absorbed what B.B. was sharing with me.
I probably looked like a weirdo driving around town, but I didn't care. This felt like the music my soul had been looking for it's entirely life.
So I had a new mission... a new obsession... to become a "blues man". I did everything I was "supposed" to do: I took lessons, and I faithfully practiced every day.
I had a subscription to Guitar Player magazine. I read all the articles and followed all the lessons (especially the blues lessons), but something was still missing.
Although the passion never faded, it just felt like my improvements were slower than a drunk turtle.
Fast forward a few years. I was now in college.
I was talking to another guitarist. When he asked me what style I played, I hesitantly said "blues".
I worried he'd ask me to play something.
Even though I desperately wanted to be playing the blues, I really wasn't that good and hardly knew any blues songs.
The reality is that none of the things I was learning from: the teachers, the guitar articles, etc... gave me a complete system.
Fortunately, because I have a very obsessive personality, I didn't give up. I just kept learning and learning and practicing, year after year.
Eventually all of that learning and experience ripened and you know what?
It turns out the blues is actually simple!
It just took a long time to weed through all of the extraneous information and distractions and get to the heart of the matter.
I started putting together the puzzle pieces. Brick by brick it came together.
The beautiful thing is, there's only a handful of KEYS you need to have.
And it's my life's mission to share these keys with guitarists like you.
Boy, I wish I had something like "How to Play Smokin Blues" when I was first was getting started.
It probably would have saved me about 10 years of doing the dance of delusion in the land of confusion.
My goal when I created this course is simple: create the most complete zero to hero blues course of all time.
So I spent months planning it. Went into the studios with my pro filming crew and we filmed a new instructional video series called "How to Play Smokin' Blues".
It's a 3 Digital Course of no-fluff stuff that's going to give you EVERY critical guitar technique a bluesman will ever need.
You'll quickly start playing smokin' blues guitar in just a few days. Most importantly...
The best part is that everything is tabbed out for you so it's very easy to follow along and play all these cool licks and riffs on your guitar. The easy explanations on the lessons plus the tabs make it simple.
Written in 1945 by James Clark, this absolute classic was covered by everyone from Elmore James, to Freddie King, to Joe Bonamassa.
I'll give you a super-simple arrangement in the key of E using a shuffle pattern and a soulful turnaround.
|Blues Classic #2:
"The Thrill is Gone"
Perhaps B.B. King's most famous cover. It's an awesome minor blues anthem that everyone can sing along to.
Discover some groovin chord-compin rhythms and create that pulsing blues vibe... You'll be squinting your eyes and bobbing your head in soulful delight.
This one goes all the way back to 1936, from the godfather of blues, Robert Johnson.
You'll be playing some tasty intros, riffs, turnarounds, and even rhythm-lead solos on this one. Don't worry, I make it easy for you.Blues Classic #4:
Freddie King rocked this tune, along with Little Walter, Big Bill Broonzy, and many others.
It's a sweet tune that's easy to play and it's also an "8 bar blues", so it's a nice change from the normal 12-bar songs.Blues Classic #5:
T-bone Walker created this choice blues tune in 1947 as a tight I-IV-V jam... and the Allman brothers took it to a new level in 1971 with some really slick, jazzy chord changes.
An exquisite song, especially if you want to spice up the ordinary blues chord changes.
|Blues Classic #6:
"Five Long Years"
Made famous by B.B. King and Eric Clapton, blues songs don't get much more smokin' than this.
I'll give you a distinctive rhythm you can play to capture the essence of this song with just you and your guitar -- you won't find this anywhere else.
From 1954, this Lowell Fulson blues is considered a must-know standard, that you can really belt out.
It's been covered by the likes of Freddie King, and Eric Clapton... and you know the best part is?
It couldn't be easier to play. Even a raw beginner can start rocking this one.Blues Classic #8:
A stomping Elmore James "stop-time" blues that really wails. With just a few basic blues chords and the right rhythm, you can recreate this vintage blues jam.Blues Classic #9:
This is the Cream anthem, adopted from the original Robert Johnson Crossroad Blues.
It's an uptempo rocker you can play in any jam session, and get the crowd hootin' and hollerin.
I'll also teach you how to play a solo version with just you and your axe.Blues Classic #10:
"Pride and Joy"
A Stevie Ray Vaughan original.
I'll show you exactly how to pick, drag, strum, and really make your blues playing swing with secrets from the foremost Texas bluesman.
That's just some of the nuggets you're gonna get on course 1.
Plus I share dozens of face-melting blues riffs you can instantly upgrade your repertoire with.
I always love to over deliver in spades when I create an instructional guitar package.
That's why I keep bringing the heat on Course 3.
Here's a small sample of what you're going get:
I'm not going to knock face to face lessons. However: they usually end up costing a small fortune. In fact, if you wanted to study with a guitar instructor in person, be prepared to dish out thousands of dollars.
Digital courses save you thousands of dollars, because you're getting dozens and dozens of lessons that you can watch over and over.
This is it, my friend... How to Play Smokin' Blues is the systematized course that will give you the insider info you need to play blues like a pro in record time.
I'd like to make your decision easy. So, here's the deal... If for any reason, (or even no reason at all) you decide this course isn't helping you learn to play some great sounding guitar in record time, you can send an email and I'll refund every penny immediately. There's no fine print and no hassles.
Yes, you'll get a 60-day unconditional 100% money back guarantee (and that's just for starters).
Order these awe-inspiring guitar lessons... watch them... then sit down with your guitar... play a few licks and riffs, .and then play a classic tune just to prove to yourself that you've really learned to play some authentic blues guitar, faster than you ever imagined.
If it doesn't happen, just send us a quick email and I'll see that you receive a prompt refund of your money, no questions asked.
I can afford to be so generous... because I know the TRUTH. You see... these lessons really do work! By simply following along with the Digital Course you'll be amazed how you'll start to transform into a blues master. It's almost like magic because it shouldn't be THIS easy and simple... but it is.
Just imagine inviting your friends and family over, and blowing them away with some smokin' blues... Jaws will drop and respect will be earned.
It's a no-brainer decision, so please click on the link below, fill out your information, and you'll soon be the proud owner of this How to Play Smokin' Blues Course that will reward you for a lifetime.
A world of fun awaits, so don't delay -- click the link below right now!
Keep playin' the blues,
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