From Texas to The Delta – Jim Bruce’s Blues guitar Lessons
Get 8 Hours Of Proven Effective Blues Lessons Instantly
- Do you want to go beyond playing just basic chords on acoustic guitar, and learn finger picking acoustic blues guitar styles?
- Tired of lessons that don’t deliver, and would like to learn how to play real blues?
- Get 26 complete blues guitar packed video lessons delivered to you moments from now.
- Start playing acoustic blues guitar in the style of the great masters in days.
Each lesson is presented as a stand alone video file in Windows format (downloads) and is also delivered in Windows or Mac format on a data disk. PDF tablature file is included for printing out. Slow motion split-screen video of both hand techniques ensure a rich learning experience. At last, you can learn the authentic tricks used by the classic blues men.
- 8 hours of detailed tuition – download and disk
- An instant download link is provided immediately after payment
- 26 complete lessons covering all major blues picking styles
- Separate tablature files for print out
- Slow motion close ups of both hands
- On-screen chord diagrams and tablature for quick reference
- Ragtime, delta blues, bottleneck and open tunings
- BONUS GIFT #1 Jim’s MP3 album ‘Metro’.
- BONUS GIFT #2 Acoustic Blues Travellers MP3 album ‘Wake Up, Walk Out.’
“Each lesson starts with Jim playing the whole song, at full speed. This is good to watch, although it can seem a little daunting, when you realize you’ll be learning to play the same tune!
Then the lesson itself begins, as Jim breaks the song right down into small, manageable sections that you can work on in a practice session. He also slows it right down, making it much easier to follow along.
In the relevant sections of the video, the guitar tab or chord/fingering charts are shown in the lower part of the screen, making it easy to follow.
One thing that can seem difficult when you’re learning to play acoustic blues guitar, is coordinating the picking action from your right hand, with changing chords and fretting notes with the left. In each of the lesson videos, Jim shows close ups of both the right hand picking technique and the left hand chord positions, so you can see more easily what’s happening.
Each of the different song sections are then put together, so you can soon make progress towards playing more complete parts of the song. Of course, there’s more than one way to play acoustic blues guitar.”