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Lesson 1: Using the A7 Chord in Blues | Tuesday Blues 001

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Lesson 2: Finger Picking Blues Over the A7 Chord | Tuesday Blues 002

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Lesson 3: Finger Picking Exercise to Build Thumb Independence | Tuesday Blues 003

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Lesson 4: Mix Major and Minor Pentatonics Like BB King

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Lesson 5: A Quick Lick to Help You Connect Pentatonic Boxes

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Lesson 6: How to Use Triplets in Blues

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Lesson 7: A Cool Country Blues Lick to Build Your Pinky

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Lesson 8: Guitar Technique: How to Snap a Bass String

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Lesson 9: How to Make Your D Chord Sound Bluesy

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Lesson 10: Fingerpicking Lesson for the E Chord

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Lesson 11: Here’s One Way to Start a Blues Song

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Lesson 12: How to Play a Big Bill Broonzy Lick

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Lesson 13: Country Blues Fingerpicking in C

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Lesson 14: Funky Bass Lick for Acoustic Blues

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Lesson 15: Putting it Together: A Country Blues Progression

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Lesson 16: Helpful Alternatives to a Tough Stretch (B5)

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Lesson 17: Simplified Robert Johnson Turnaround in A

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Lesson 18: How to Play an Easy (But Super Slick) Piedmont Blues Lick

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Lesson 19: A Quick But Powerful Fingerpicking Warm Up Exercise

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Lesson 20: Call and Response in the Blues

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Lesson 21: How to Use Chromatics in Blues

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Lesson 22: How to Move Licks Around the Guitar Neck

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Lesson 23: Robert Johnson Style Intro in A

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Lesson 24: How to Play a Texas Blues Shuffle | TB#024

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Lesson 25: Lightnin Hopkins Lesson: How to Keep the Double Bass Rhythm| TB025

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Lesson 26: Major Triads: How to Construct Major Chords | TB026

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Lesson 27: Major Triad Inversions: What they are and how to use them | TB027

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Lesson 28: Here’s a Quick A Blues Ending | TB028

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Lesson 29: Spice Up Your Blues Rhythm with Chord Stabs

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Lesson 30: Long Version of the Minor Pentatonic Scale | TB030

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Lesson 31: Here’s a Laid Back Texas Blues Style Lick | TB031

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Lesson 32: Expanded Fingerpicking Exercise

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Lesson 33: Twelve Bar Blues (The Last Four Bars)

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Lesson 34: Your First Blues Turnaround in E

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Lesson 35: Piedmont Blues Fingerpicking Patterns | TB035

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Lesson 36: Adding the Swing Rhythm to Get the Piedmont Sound

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Lesson 37: How to Add Staccato to Your Picking

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Lesson 38: Movable Finger Picking Pattern

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Lesson 39: Quick Tips to Improve Barre (Bar) Chords

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Lesson 40: Learn the Blues Scale with the One String Approach

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Lesson 41: Bluesy Bends: What are Quarter Step Bends and How to Use Them

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Lesson 42: Introduction to 7th Chords for Blues Players

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Lesson 43: Mini 7th Chords: Putting Little Chords to Work

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Lesson 44: Larrivee OM-09 Unboxing

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Lesson 45: Introduction to Open G Tuning | TB045

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Lesson 46: Blues Shuffle in Open G Tuning | TB046

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Lesson 47: Slide Rhythm in Open G | TB047

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Lesson 48: Muddy Waters Style Slide Lick in G | TB048

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Lesson 49: Dropped D Blues Groove | TB049

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Lesson 50: Quick Change Blues in A | TB050

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Lesson 51: Switching Between Rhythm and Lead (An Open G Slide Tune) | TB051

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Lesson 52: A Little Something for the A Chord | TB-052

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Lesson 53: First Four Bars of an Open G Slide Tune |TB-053

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Lesson 54: 3 Mistakes to Avoid on Slide Guitar | TB054

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Lesson 55: Completing the 12 Bar Blues Progression with a Slide | TB055

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Lesson 56: Sweet Acoustic Lick in A (Mix Major and Minor Sounds) | TB056

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Lesson 57: Texas Blues Groove on Electric Guitar

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Lesson 58: Seven D and D7 Chords for the Acoustic Fingerpicker

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Lesson 59: Country Fingerpicking Blues in Dropped D | Tuesday Blues #059

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Lesson 60: Country Fingerpicking Blues in Dropped D (Pt 2) | Tuesday Blues 60

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Lesson 61: Dropped D Country Blues Fingerpicking (Part 3)

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Lesson 62: Super Fast Blues Lick in E

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Lesson 63: How to Add Vibrato to Your Acoustic Blues | TB063

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Lesson 64: Quick Exercise: Note Trainer – E’s A’s and D’s

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Lesson 65: Two Simple Ways to Break Out of Pentatonic Box One | TB065

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Lesson 66: How to Improvise: Step 1 – Know Your Roots

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Lesson 67: Using 3rds in Your Blues Licks

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Lesson 68: Highlight the 5th Scale Degree in Your Licks

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Lesson 69: Developing Finger Independence | TB069

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Lesson 70: How to Play 2 Cascading Licks

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Lesson 71: Ear Training: Learn the Sound of the Flat 7th Interval

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Lesson 72: Simple Chord Tweak for the 12 Bar Blues Progression

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Lesson 73: A Simple Approach to a Complicated Texas Blues Rhythm | TB073

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Lesson 74: Improve Your Alternating Bass Skills with these Exerciese

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Lesson 75: Learn to Play a Sweet Minor 7th Chord | TB075

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Lesson 76: Jazzy Blues Groove | TB076

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Lesson 77: Plug N Play Blues: TrueFire Next Top Guitar Instructor #1

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Lesson 78: Plug N Play Blues #2

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Lesson 79: 4 Acoustic Blues Turnarounds

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Lesson 80: Easy to Play Chord Moves to Punch Up Your Rhythm

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Lesson 81: Bringing it All Together | Plug N Play Blues #5

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Lesson 82: Play Great Blues Without Tough Stretches

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Lesson 83: Constructing the E Blues Scale (Practice Guide Included) | TB083

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Lesson 84: Strumming Along with a 12 Bar Blues | TB084

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Lesson 85: Here’s An Exercise to Help Your Thumb with Shuffle Bass | TB085

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Lesson 86: 2 Alternatives for the Long A Chord

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Lesson 87: How to Nail the Long A Stretch | TB087

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Lesson 88: Minor Chord Construction

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Lesson 89: How to Practice Guitar – Pt. 1 (Warm Up) | TB089

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Lesson 90: Focus Your Guitar Practice for Amazing Results | TB090

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Lesson 91: How to Practice for Results – Part Three | TB091

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Lesson 92: How to Play and Practice the A Blues Scale | TB092

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Lesson 93: An Easy Blind Boy Fuller Lick from the E Pentatonic Scale | TB093

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Lesson 94: A Quick Fuller Style Bass Run | TB094

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Lesson 95: Etta Baker Style Country Blues Lesson

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Lesson 96: Must Know Scale for the Guitarist That Hates Scales | TB096

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Lesson 97: What Would Stevie Do? A Low E Blues Lick | TB097

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Lesson 98: Quick Exercise to Build Finger Picking Speed | TB098

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Lesson 99: Make Your Blues Guitar Licks Rock | TB099

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Lesson 100: Funky Fingerstyle Blues Groove in A | TB100

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