Blues guitar lessons Learning blues guitar http Free Lesson Download The best in adult guitar lessons. News Letter Subscriber Bonus: 1. Complete Robert Johnson Lesson Download 2. Seven Part Mini-Course – Finger Picking Basics 3. Classic Blues MP3 Album – Jim Bruce & Ken Mayall 4. Blind Blake MP3 Album – 20 Original Tracks Sign up to my news letter and receive a complete delta blues less (Robert Johnson), two MP3 albums (Acoustic Travellers and Blind Blake) and a seven part mini course by email covering basic blues picking techniques. Jim and Ken give a new twist on this great classic blues song by Willie McTell. The original is played on a 12 string guitar and is much slower. This version has a ragtime blues feel and is an infectious way to play blues guitar. This song is taught in Jims course. The full range of lessons available cover all major acoustic blues guitar styles, such as delta blues(Robert Johnson), Texas Blues (Lightnin Hopkins), Chicago swing (Big Bill Broonzy), ragtime blues(Blind Blake, Blind Boy Fuller, Willie Walker) , Carolina blues (Floyd Council, Pink Anderson, Scrapper Blackwell), bottleneck and open tunings. Let Jim take you to the next level – all the acoustic blues lessons you need in one place! (Suitable for intermediate to advanced finger pickers.) Deep River Blues Lesson Jim Bruce Channel

23 thoughts on “Jim Bruce blues guitar – Statesboro’ Blues Guitar – Blind Willie McTell

  1. Sorry Jim, apologies, blame red wine!! You are a wonderful guitarist, something I aspired to be but started too late in life to be anything other than a strummer!! Great location, is it abroad?

  2. Hello Ken we met many years ago in the White Horse at Misson, 1993, you encouraged me to keep practicing the harp and I came to watch the band several times, started jamming in 1994 and have played all over the world with some great musicians, a harp player is much rarer and more valued than a guitarist!!. Started playing with The Old Buzzard Blues Band, my first ever proper position as a harp player and our first proper gig is next month in Berwick upon Tweed. "Feel So Good"

  3. I guess 3 people don’t get that it’s an older tune than the Allman Brothers version. I love your guy’s version. it’s a great old tune, and you guys brought back that old time sound. I really enjoyed it. Thanks for the share. Peace…

  4. Excellent! The blues will never die, thanks to keepers of the flame like you. Carry on, blues cats

  5. This is really great stuff!
    Love the singing, mouth organ, and esp the picking on the guitar.

  6. your stuff is just remarkable !LIVE" in your garden thanks for your talents

  7. Great music – all relaxed and perfectly on-point. Keep listening to it all the time. Greets from Germany

  8. Great performance, lads, thanks for posting, and keep up the good work.

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