A few updates… 2

Wow!  I’m so amazed at how good things have been going with my Texas Blues Guitar multimedia course in the past month.  Thanks to everyone who purchased the course during my special limited-time introductory offer.

Even though the introductory special is over, you can still get the course at less than the cost of 2 months worth of lessons!  Click here to find out more.

One recent change to the site is the addition of my Resources tab, which includes many different links I have used or recommend to help further your goals in playing guitar to your utmost potential.

I’ll be posting updates, articles, and other miscellaneous goodies as I am able to.  For now, I’m focused on continuing to spread the word about Texas Blues Guitar.  If you would like some information about helping me spread the word via my affiliate program, Click here.

Thanks, and I hope to see you succeed with Texas Blues Guitar.

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2 thoughts on “A few updates…

  • Ollyn

    No matter what style of music you are playing I guess the main thing is to play it with feeling and passion. Go back and and listen to some of the early blues like Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and guys like that. Then check out some Clapton, SRV, Robert Cray, then some Kenny Wayne Shepard, Johnny Lang, Indiginous (probably not spelled right, lol) Gary Moore, Keb Mo etc..etc. You will find that each of these artists cook up the blues in their own way but at the same time the 12 bar blues is their main ingredient, and they aren’t just going through the motions; they are feeling the music. Just because a guy can play the blues scale and bend a few notes doesn’t make him a blues player, the passion has to be there!

    • Eric Beaty

      I agree completely, Ollyn. Thanks for the great comments and letting us all in on some more of the great Blues players. Very insightful and informative!

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