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16 Valuable Blues Guitar Resources!

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Resources include:

  • 12 Bar Blues Jam Collection
  • Acoustic Blues Tab Collection
  • Blues Double Stops
  • Blues Jam Cheat Sheet Guide
  • Blues Jam Survival Guide
  • Blues Progressions 101
  • Blues Scales
  • Blues Turnaround Video Lessons (8 Lessons)
  • Blues Unplugged
  • Kings Of The Blues Song Collection
  • Repeating Lead Patterns
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Song Collection
  • The Complete Guide To Blues Turnarounds E-Book
  • Top 25 Blues Guitar Backing Tracks
  • Top 100 Blues Guitar Tabs
  • Bonus: 6 Additional Blues Guitar Lessons

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12 Bar Blues Jam Collection

The 12 Bar Blues Jam Collection includes the following MP3 backing tracks:

  1. A Minor Blues
  2. Shuffle In A
  3. Slow Blues In A
  4. Walking Bass In A
  5. B Flat Jazz Blues
  6. Walking Bass in B Flat
  7. Walking Bass in B
  8. Shuffle In B
  9. Slow Blues In B
  10. Walking Bass In C
  11. Shuffle in C
  12. Slow Blues In C
  13. C Sharp Minor Blues
  14. Funky Blues In C Sharp
  15. Walking Bass In C Sharp
  16. Slow Blues In D
  17. Texas Blues In D
  18. Walking Bass In D
  19. D Sharp Minor Blues
  20. Walking Bass In D Sharp
  21. E Minor Blues
  22. Slow Blues In E
  23. Texas Blues In E
  24. Walking Bass In F
  25. Shuffle In F
  26. Slow Blues In F
  27. F Sharp Shuffle
  28. Walking Bass In F Sharp
  29. Slow Blues In F Sharp
  30. G Minor Blues
  31. Walking Bass In G
  32. Shuffle In G
  33. Slow Blues In G
  34. G Sharp Shuffle
  35. Walking Bass In G Sharp
  36. Slow Blues In G Sharp

Acoustic Blues Tab Collection (44 Songs)

Blues Double Stops

 Here’s a technique that works in many blues songs such as Stormy Monday. Includes a detailed video lesson and complete music and tab notation.

Blues Jam Cheat Sheet Guide & The Blues Jam Survival Guide

Blues jam cheats sheets in PDF format. Each cheat sheet has the scale pattern and scale patterns that you’ll need in order to play in each key notated in tab and traditional music notation. Includes Video Lessons on how to use the cheat sheets.

Blues Progressions 101

  • 12 Bar Blues Progressions (12 Different Progressions) PDF
  • 12 Bar Blues Quick Change Progressions (12 Different Progressions) PDF
  • I IV V Chords Video Lesson
  • Standard 12 Bar Blues Video Lesson

Blues Scales

You’ve got to know what notes are safe to play in any given key (then you can start breaking the rules). This PDF and video lesson will show you how to play all the blues scales you’ll ever need. It’s a great learning tool and a great workout. These scales provide you a roadmap of the notes that work in the given key. The notes that are not in the scale are often used in blues, too. They are usually just passing tones, but they hell create that “blue note” when you hit them. Fun stuff!

Blues Turnaround Video Lessons (8 Lessons)

  • Anatomy Of A Turnaround
  • The Ascending Turnaround
  • The Contracting Turnaround
  • The Contrary Motion Turnaround
  • The Descending Turnaround
  • The Double Stop Turnaround
  • The Expanding Turnaround
  • The Generic Turnaround

Blues Unplugged

  • Ask Me No Questions by B.B. King
  • Got My Mojo Working by Muddy Waters
  • Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix
  • The Sky Is Crying by Stevie Ray Vaughan

Kings Of The Blues Song Collection

Includes tab and backing tracks for the following songs:

  • Born Under A Bad Sign by Albert King
  • Crosscut Saw by Albert King
  • Everyday I Have The Blues by B.B. King
  • Have You Ever Loved A Woman by Freddie King
  • Hide Away by Freddie King
  • Rock Me Baby by B.B. King
  • San Ho Zay by Freddie King
  • Sweet Little Angel by B.B. King
  • The Stumble by Freddie King
  • The Thrill Is Gone by B.B. King
  • Three O’Clock Blues by B.B. King
  • Why I Sing The Blues by B.B. King
  • Woke Up This Morning by B.B. King

Repeating Lead Patterns

These “repeating pattern” licks are variations of licks that have been widely used in rock, blues, country… you name it. They are fun to play and will help you add that “flash” to your leads and solos. You’ll discover:

  • How to play 10 critical lead guitar repeating licks
  • 10 detailed video lessons on how to play each lick
  • Complete tab and music notation in PDF
  • Upbeat rock and slow blues backing tracks
  • Learn how to play the licks over the backing tracks (super fun)
  • Get inspired on how to create your own repeating licks

Stevie Ray Vaughan Song Collection

Includes the full music, tab, and backing tracks to 25+ SRV songs. All songs are in the original key. Most Stevie Ray Vaughan songs are tuned down a half step.

  1. Boot Hill
  2. Change It
  3. Chitlins Con Carne
  4. Cold Shot
  5. Couldn’t Stand The Weather
  6. Crossfire
  7. Dirty Pool
  8. Empty Arms
  9. Honey Bee
  10. Lenny
  11. Life By The Drop (no backing track)
  12. Little Wing
  13. Look At Little Sister
  14. Love Struck Baby
  15. Mary Had A Little Lamb
  16. Pride And Joy
  17. Riviera Paradise
  18. Rude Mood
  19. Scuttlebuttin’
  20. Texas Flood
  21. The House Is Rocking
  22. The Sky Is Crying
  23. Things I Used To Do
  24. Tightrope
  25. Tin Pan Alley
  26. Voodoo Child
  27. Wall Of Denial

The Complete Guide To Blues Turnarounds E-Book


  • How to play simple progressions used in turnarounds, intros, and endings such as The I, IV, and V chords, including how to keep the tonality from the root, 3rd, 5th, 7th, and more, where these beats typically begin, as well as how to play other scale notes in a riff or sequence leading up to (and past) the typical establishment of the beat
  • How to shift melodies using the I, IV, and V chords using the creative expression for cool phrasings such as Simple rules for developing and constructing your very own unique phrasings using root notes (or a stationary note) that enable you to expand and/or contract intervals between given notes including fundamental (and experimental) turnaround examples
  • How to ‘change the feel’ of a turnaround by playing various ascending and descending phrases usingDouble stops in a shuffle rhythm, an array of time signatures such as 12/8 and 4/4, how to keep a given I, IV, and V chord stationary while moving other notes up or down, converting double stops instead of triplets to create a different sense of phrasing and more!
  • The easiest way to determine how to quickly and efficiently shift additional melodies: Move from one note to the next while keeping a ‘static’ root, moving to different notes between other intervals such as 3 to 1, 3 to 5, 5 to 3, 5 to b7, b7 to 5 and so on…
  • Top-Secret information on choosing notes that are to be played using: High or low melody, depending on where they are on the fretboard, what direction you wish to move them, and how to create ‘contrary motion’ phrases
  • Living, breathing real-world examples using various ascending and descending turnarounds such as Slow blues with an emphasis on slides and arpeggios, differences in timing on turnarounds with riffs such as “Jesus Just Left Chicago” by ZZ Top, contracting motions, contrary motions, and more.
  • Complicated progression turnarounds using a variety of different chords: The absolute most important aspect of learning to do so is ensuring tonality based on complicated turnarounds to keep the passage running smoothly. We’ll show you how to hit notes from a given chord using “Outside Woman Blues” by Eric Clapton!
  • How to create perfect intros and endings focusing on rules such as: How to shift melody lines from a given bar, resolving both simple and complicated progression turnarounds to create a logical and sustained ending to a given passage. You’ll even learn how to tweak timing in given phrases to create the perfect suspense.

Top 25 Blues Guitar Backing Tracks

  • Boom Boom by John Lee Hooker
  • Crossroads by Cream
  • Dust My Broom by Elmore James
  • Going Down by Jeff Beck
  • Got My Mojo Working by Muddy Waters
  • Hoochie Coochie Man by Muddy Waters
  • I’m Tore Down by Eric Clapton
  • Killing Floor by Jimi Hendrix
  • Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters
  • Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out by Eric Clapton
  • One Way Out by The Allman Brothers Band
  • Red House by Jimi Hendrix
  • Smokestack Lightning by Howlin’ Wolf
  • Spoonful by Howlin’ Wolf
  • Stone Crazy by Buddy Guy
  • Stormy Monday by T-Bone Walker
  • Sweet Home Chicago by The Blues Brothers
  • T-Bone Shuffle by T-Bone Walker
  • Whipping Post by The Allman Brothers Band
  • You Upset Me Baby by Joe Bonamassa

Top 100 Blues Guitar Tabs

Each song includes the full tab and traditional music notation and is available in PDF! Check the list closely for the live sample. Check the bottom of this page to download the software to open these files (if you don’t already have it installed). Here’s the list of songs:

  1. “Albert’s Alley” by Albert King
  2. “All My Love In Vain” by Robert Johnson
  3. “Baby, What You Want Me To Do/Rock Me Baby” by Albert Collins
  4. “Bad Feelin’ Blues” by Blind Blake
  5. “B.B. Boogie” by B.B. King
  6. “Before You Accuse Me” by Eric Clapton
  7. “Big Road Blues” by Rory Block
  8. “Black Dog Blues” by Blind Blake
  9. “Blake’s Breakdown” by Blind Blake
  10. “Blues Before Sunrise” by Eric Clapton
  11. “Boom Boom” by John Lee Hooker PDF
  12. “Boot Hill” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  13. “Bought And Sold” by Rory Gallagher
  14. “Bye Bye Baby” by T-Bone Walker
  15. “Close To You” by Muddy Waters
  16. “Country Mile” by Rory Gallagher
  17. “Crosscut Saw” by Albert King
  18. “Crossroad Blues” by Robert Johnson
  19. “Dallas” by Johnny Winter
  20. “Darlin’ You Know I Love You” by Riley B. King
  21. “Deep Down In Florida” by Muddy Waters
  22. “Don’t Burn That Bridge” by Joe Bonamassa
  23. “Dog Me Around” by Howlin’ Wolf
  24. “Dollar Got The Blues” by Clarence Gatemouth Brown
  25. “Drifting Blues” by Eric Clapton
  26. “Faux Mantini” by Joe Bonamassa
  27. “Fools Get Wise” by B. B. King
  28. “Georgia Bound” by Blind Blake
  29. “Glamour Girl” by T-Bone Walker
  30. “Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone” by Johnny Winter
  31. “Good Morning Little School Girl” by Johnny Winter
  32. “Had To Cry Today” by Joe Bonamassa
  33. “Hand It Over” by Keb’ Mo’
  34. “Hard Pain Blues” by T-Bone Walker
  35. “Hard Way” by Johnny Winter
  36. “Hey Hey” by Eric Clapton
  37. “Hey Hey Daddy Blues” by Blind Blake
  38. “Hide Away” by Freddie King
  39. “High Water Everywhere” by Joe Bonamassa
  40. “Highway 61 Revisited” by Johnny Winter
  41. “Honey Bee” by Muddy Waters
  42. “Hoochie Coochie Man” by Eric Clapton
  43. “I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom” by Robert Johnson
  44. ” I Can’t Be Satisfied” by Muddy Waters
  45. ” I Feel Like Going Home” by Muddy Waters
  46. ” I Got A Break Baby” by T-Bone Walker
  47. ” I’m Tore Down” by Freddie King
  48. ” I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man” by Muddy Waters
  49. “Jam It Up” by Albert Collins
  50. “Killing Floor” by Howlin’ Wolf
  51. “Kind Hearted Woman Blues” by Robert Johnson
  52. “Lie To Me” by Johnny Lang
  53. “Long Distance Call” by Muddy Waters
  54. “Look At Little Sister” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  55. “Love Struck Baby” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  56. “Low Down Dirty Shame Blues” by T-Bone Walker
  57. “Lullaby Baby Blues” by Keb’ Mo’
  58. “Malted Milk” by Eric Clapton
  59. “Mary Had A Little Lamb” by Buddy Guy
  60. “Matchbox” by Johnny Lang
  61. “Mean Town Blues” by Johnny Winter
  62. “Midnight Train” by Buddy Guy
  63. “Mississipie Blues” by Willie Brown
  64. “Moonchild” by Rory Gallagher
  65. “My Home Is The Delta” by Muddy Waters
  66. “No More Doggin’” by Johnny Winter
  67. “No Worry Blues” by T-Bone Walker
  68. “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out” by Eric Clapton
  69. “Palm Trees Helicopters” by Joe Bonamassa
  70. “Perpetual Blues Machine” by Keb’ Mo’
  71. “Personal Manager” by Albert King
  72. “Police Dog Blues” by Blind Blake
  73. “Policy Blues” by Blind Blake
  74. “Pride And Joy” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  75. “Reconsider Baby” by Eric Clapton
  76. “Red House” by Jimi Hendrix
  77. “Rollin’ And Tumblin” by Muddy Waters
  78. “Sad, Sad Day” by Muddy Waters
  79. “San-Ho-Say” by Freddie King
  80. “Scratch And Sniff” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  81. “She Had To Let Me Down” by T-bone Walker
  82. “She Likes To Boogie Real Low” by Johnny Winter
  83. “The Sky Is Cry” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  84. “Smoke Stack Lightning” by Howlin’ Wolf
  85. “Spoonful” by Howlin’ Wolf
  86. “Steady Rollin’ Man” by Robert Johnson
  87. “Still A Fool” by Muddy Waters
  88. “Stone Cray” by Buddy Guy
  89. “Sweet Home Chicago” by Robert Johnson
  90. “Sweet Little Angel” by B.B. King
  91. “Texas Flood” by Stevie Ray Vaughan PDF
  92. “That Will Never Happen No More” by Blind Blake
  93. “The House Is Rockin” by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  94. “The Thrill Is Gone” by B.B. King
  95. “Three O’ Clock Blues” by B.B. King
  96. “Traveling Riverside Blues” by Robert Johnson
  97. “Wabash Rag” by Blind Blake
  98. “Walkin’ Blues” by Eric Clapton
  99. “Woke Up This Mornin’” by B.B. King
  100. “You Can Love Yourself” by Keb’ Mo’

Bonus: Additional Blues Guitar Lessons

In this series of blues lessons, you’ll discover how to improve your blues guitar playing.

  • Better Blues Bends: Bends are one of the hallmark techniques for playing beautiful blues guitar. In this video lesson, you’ll discover how to improve your bends and really make that guitar sing!
  • Call And Response: This refers to the vocal-like quality of blues leads. It’s kind of like you play a phrase on the guitar that is left open for a response. Either the same instrument or another instrument can provide the resolution to the phrase. In this video lesson, we’ll explore this neat concept.
  • Faking It: You don’t have to be an expert to play the blues on guitar. In this video lesson, we’ll explore the critical concepts that you need to know to start jamming out. Fake it until you make it!
  • Finding The Key: One of the critical skills you’ll need is how to find the key of the song that you are playing. Imagine going to a blues jam and the band leader starts the song without telling you the key. What are you to do? In this video lesson, you’ll discover how to quickly determine the key and what to do once you know what the key is.
  • Returning To The Root: The “root note” is like your home base. In this video lesson, you’ll discover how to safely wander away from the root note and how to return to it to add resolution to your phrases.
  • The B.B. King Butterfly And Other Vibrato Techniques: Vibrato is another critical blues guitar technique. It’s very vocal in its quality and no one has the same vibrato. Here’s a video lesson that explores different ways to perform a vibrato and how to make it your own.

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