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Robert Johnson: Signature Licks~ Instrumental Tutor (Guitar Tab)
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Explore the music of one of the greatest acoustic bluesmen of all time in this step-by-step breakdown of Johnson's style and technique.

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Robert Johnson: Guitar Signature Licks~ Instrumental Tutor (Guitar)
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Scott Ainslie presents a lesson devoted to Johnson's work, teaching you seven of his greatest songs along with tunings, slide techniques and the distinctive characteristics of the blues

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Learn To Play: The Blues Guitar (And Harmonica) Of John Hammond~ Instrumental Tutor (Guitar)
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Legendary blues musician John Hammond distills forty years of experience in this remarkable exploration of his guitar, harmonica and vocal techniques.

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The Guitar Of Robert Johnson (Taught By Tom Feldman) (3 DVDs)~ Instrumental Tutor (Guitar)
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Robert Johnson is arguably the most well known figure in the history of the blues. Though the 29 songs Johnson recorded from 1936-1937 had little impact during his lifetime, a collection of his singles was released in 1961 and found widespread recognition.


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