Lesson Pack Tabs Volume 13
In preparation

These tabs accompany the lesson video's  of the songs listed below.  With the tabs in hand you'll learn these songs much faster and easier.

Cost of this pack of tabs  : only €16.50

That's really cheap if you imagine what you would pay a teacher for all this material.

I teach according the tab in front of me.  All songs are  transcribed so you can play a full arrangement with intro/outro and guitarsolo's.  I also pay special attention to the vocals, you'll know exactly when and where to sing.  Lyrics are provided with the tab.

To order : click on "buy now" and you are directed to Paypal to complete the payment.  Paypal will notify me and then Tabs/pdf's and eventual links to lesson video's are sent by me personally to your Paypal email address.

(or any other email address, if you let me know).
This may take a few hours as I live in Europe.


So tabs are not sent automatically, neither by snail mail, neither as downloadable links etc.



You should receive your order within 24 hours after payment.  If not, do check your spam folder first, then contact me through my Paypal email or use the "contact me" on this website and I'll sort it out immediately.

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You can also order an individual Tab with lessonvideo from any Lesson or Artist Pack as well.  How ?   Go to the top of the navigation bar and click on "Individual TABS and Lessons"


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1 - Midnight Blues*

Key of A, standard tuning.
A slow blues instrumental based on "Midnight Hour Blues".  A real "library" of licks.  Complete transcription.

Performance video                                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wS4YYDd4Ug4


2 - Got The Blues Can't Be Satisfied

Key of G, standard tuning.
Mississippi John Hurt tune. Easy and fun to play.
I transcribed a typical verse and the second solo.  The first solo is a slight variation of the accompaniment behind the vocals and explained in the video lesson.

Performance video                                             https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ws5L8o5wTTM
                

3 - Going To Brownsville

Key of D, DADF#AD tuning.
A slide version of this blues classic based on the playing of Jim Crawford.  I transcribed a typical verse, all the fills and the solo.

Performance video                



4 - Mean Old World

Key of C, standard tuning.                                            A Gary Davis song based on the playing of Woody Mann.  I did three passes of the arrangement, the first one exactly as transcribed, the second and third one are have some slight variations and are explained in the video.

Performance video                                             https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJqAsYA3b2U  
             

5 - Slow Down

Key of E, standard tuning.
One of JB Lenoir's best songs.  It's an 8 bar blues and transcribed exactly how JB plays it.  A great excercise in timing.

Performance video                                                             


6- C Rag*

Key of C, standard tuning.
My interpretation of a Gary Davis instrumental.  Fully transcribed. An interesting mix of single string runs and fingerpicking.

Performance video 


7 - Pollock Rag*

Key of C, standard tuning.
An easy ragtime piece.

Performance video                                               https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_q3bINgPPc                                                    

8 - Lord's My Shepherd/Face to Face I Shall Know Him*

Key of D, Drop D tuning.                                              An easy version of some Joseph Spence pieces.

Performance video                                                           


9- Tired Of Being Mistreated

Key of G, open G tuning, DGDGBD 
A fine example of the playing of Clifford Gibson although I simplified it by using the alternating bass almost throughout the song.

Performance video                                             


10- Crow Jane

Key of C, standard tuning.Everybody knows the Skip James version (in the key of E and an eight bar blues like Key to the Highway) but this is an interesting variation in the key of C based on the playing of Ernie Hawkins.

Performance video  


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