Solo Blues Guitar

£29.99
  • The JustinGuitar Solo Blues Guitar DVD Set or DOWNLOAD - The Official Justinguitar Store
The JustinGuitar Solo Blues Guitar DVD Set or DOWNLOAD - The Official Justinguitar Store The JustinGuitar Solo Blues Guitar DVD Set or DOWNLOAD - The Official Justinguitar Store The JustinGuitar Solo Blues Guitar DVD Set or DOWNLOAD - The Official Justinguitar Store The JustinGuitar Solo Blues Guitar DVD Set or DOWNLOAD - The Official Justinguitar Store

Solo Blues Guitar

£29.99

Description

If you play on your own and like blues then you'll LOVE this. There are 9 blues arrangements by Justin, starting simple and getting pretty tricky - but fun all the way - and the music is complete on its own - no vocal required (though you could add a vocal I guess!) so you can perform these as they are, you'll be playing rhythm and melody at the same time!

As well as learning each song 'as written' you should learn to improvise with the skillset covered in the arrangement, they're arranged for you to be able to play about with them and explore them on your own!

 

Now Available As Digital Download Too!
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Runtime and Encoding
Runtime: 360 mins approx
3 x DVD Set
Format: PAL or NTSC
Contains a TAB PDF Booklet of all of the pieces.