Blues Legacy

Belief

Belief

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Born Under A Bad Sign

Born Under A Bad Sign

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Call It Stormy Monday

Call it Stormy Monday

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Crossroads

Crossroads

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Need Your Love So Bad

Need Your Love So Bad

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Papa Ain’t Salty

Papa Ain't Salty

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Paying The Cost To Be The Boss

Paying The Cost To Be The Boss

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Pride & Joy

Pride & Joy

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The Stumble/Hide Away

The Stumble/Hide Away

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Texas Flood

Texas Flood

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The Thrill Is Gone

The Thrill Is Gone

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Vultures

Vultures

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Learn to play in the style of Blues Legends!

In Spy Tunes Blues Legacy we take a look at the evolution of the electric guitar blues solo.

We shall see how the blues solo has developed since T-Bone Walker‘s first attempts in the 30s.

We shall find how the style develops via the three Kings: Albert King, B.B. King and Freddie King into the 60s and 70s with Peter Green, and Eric Clapton.

Following the psychedelic adventure of the early 70s we see SRV‘s take on the blues solo in the 80s and John Mayer on this side of the millennium.

Is there a connection between all these players, spanning 80 years of blues guitar?

What has changed and more importantly, what has not?

Learn how to phrase like the blues legends with Spy Tunes Blues Legacy eBook and video guitar lessons!

Blues Legacy