Blues is one of the richest and most unique styles of American music. Blues has been a major inspiration for Jazz, Bluegrass, Country, Rock and as such is very important for every guitarist to study.
Take a look below to check out the different teachers that cover blues. You can scope out the entire series or sample it out by clicking to view the free lesson.
Focus: Iowa Blues Hall of Fame Inductee and famed educator, Hawkeye Herman, will guide you through blues guitar concepts and applications. Beginning at the beginner level and gradually advancing to more difficult material, you will learn chords, the 12 bar blues, the blues shuffle, slide guitar and more.142 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: DJ will teach you the 12 bar blues with quite a few chord variations and turnaround options. You will also learn the minor pentatonic scale and how to use it for blues lead play. DJ will also teach you a few modern blues songs to help you master the techniques he teaches.65 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Eric Madis will guide you through the world of electric blues. He will start off with the basics of country and urban blues and move on to touch on nearly every facet of electric blues playing.68 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Mary Flower combines the best of blues music with amazing fingerstyle arrangements. In this lesson series Mary will get you started in the world of fingerstyle blues.36 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Orville Johnson combines his amazing fingerstyle abilities with classic blues music. Orville will introduce you to the necessary concepts of fingerstyle and move on to teach classic blues tunes.29 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Kenny "Blue" Ray will guide you through the world of electric blues. He will cover styles of many of the blues greats as well as throw in his personal library of knowledge.64 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Orville Johnson, an acoustic blues master, will delve into the world of slide guitar head first. He will discuss the slide, it's history and move on to teaching slide technique and related compositions.12 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Slide guitar and Blues go way back, and have a rich heritage of complimenting each other. The slide is a wonderful way to add that "vocal" quality to your guitar playing as well. This technique can be used with all genres of music, but Eric will cover it within the world of Blues.26 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Eric Madis covers a uniquely American style of music, the Blues. In this series he tackles the subject from the acoustic fingerstyle perspective and even throws in a bit of ragtime for good measure.46 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Stuart Ziff presents an amazing series on Blues guitar. His unique, no-nonsense approach to playing makes this series perfect for players new to the genre.15 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Join Chris Liepe on an epic Blues journey. He will take a 3 minute Blues guitar solo, break it down and teach it lick by lick. By the end of this series your ability to play and understand Blues will increase substantially.26 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: This series covers an original Blues song titled "The Bitter Blues." The song was inspired by Led Zeppelin, and Jimmy Page, and as such is an excellent study in modern electric blues. Chris will break down the song into 30 easy to digest sections. Each section can be learned individually, and them combined into a full song.32 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Learn the building blocks of the Rockabilly genre with Ian Argys.9 Lessons Series Details
Focus: After reviewing some basics when it comes to the Blues, Hawkeye shares his knowledge from personal experience and one-on-one encounters with some of the greatest classic blues players ever to play! Learn some licks and hear fascinating inside information about some of these players that only a man who was there could deliver!27 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details