Single TAB with video

€ 7 

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. If you want more than one tab, let me know and I'll send you a Paypal moneyrequest for the right amount.

I live in europe so getting your order may take some hours.

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  use the "contact me" on this website and I'll sort it out immediately.

All songs have Tab and videolessons.


Tabs belonging to ebooks or Lesson Packs can also be ordered as single tabs as well!!

If you order a single tab you'll have to send me a separate message with the title of the tab, after you sent payment.


Good to know!

All my video's are YouTube video's and they have now a setting that allows you to reduce their speed by 25 to 50% and keep the original pitch!
Click on the little settings wheel in the right hand bottom corner of the YouTube screen; then click on "speed 0.75" or "0.50" to slow down.

Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out

A jazzy blues from the classic blues period.

Video lesson (30 minutes) and complete transcription of the guitarpart behind the vocals and the two solo's.  Lyrics are written under the tab for easy learning.

Blue Monk

a bluesy jazz classic, lotsa licks in the key of E Performance and lessonvideo according to the tab

This is a version I recorded 10 years ago with more improvisation (not tabbed)

Early Morning Blues

Blind Blake's first recording and a great blues in the key of C.  I added several licks from David Bromberg's version to give it a more modern sound. 

Lesson/Performance video

Brother Can You Spare A Dime

A classic that came out of the Depression.

Performance video

When My Baby Left Me

A slow blues in the key of A.  Uses the melody of Leroy Carr's "Midnight Hour Blues" but has different lyrics.  I tabbed out the song completely (except the last verse which is a repeat of the second verse) and added a 48 minute lesson video.  Lyrics are written under the tab for ease of learning.  The guitararrangement is based on the playing of Pat Donohue.  Lotsa cool licks that you can use in any slow blues in A.

Performance/lesson video

You Don't Understand

Bessie Smith recorded this song in 1929 and it's a great example of one of those vaudeville styled bluessongs.

My version is based on Ari Eisinger's version (as recorded on his first cd "You Don't Understand" - a must have for every country blues fan).

I tabbed out my version completely (5 pages of tab) and made a 40 minute videolesson which you can already watch below (so you can check as well if this is within your reach). 

I also put the vocals under the tab for easy learning and of course in the video I sing it slow and easy as well.

Key of A, capo II

Performance/lesson video

Face In The Crowd

A Brownie McGhee song in the style of Mike Dowling.

Performance video

Slide Songs

Walking Blues

based on the playing of Johnny Shines and Robert Johnson

open A tuning

with very detailed tab and lesson video's for every measure.

Performance video

Joe Turner

based on the playing of Texas bluesman Mance Lipscomb

Open A tuning

with very detailed tab and lesson video's for every measure.

Performance video

Someday Baby Blues

based on the playing of Mississippi Fred McDowell

Open A tuning

with very detailed tab and lesson video's for every measure.

Performance video

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