A secret of the blues

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hey Friend,

So i just got back from CVS, where I had
some new passport photos taken.

Yep, the old one expired and I’ll probably
need to travel internationally soon.
(More on that later).

What’s cool is that my photo really doesn’t
look all THAT different from the last passport
photo taken 10 years ago.

I think guitar playing keeps me young.

Same could be said about Jimmy Dillon –
he’s a generation older than me and
showing no signs of “old age” 🙂

So, speaking of Jimmy, I want to share
another video today.

BLUES LESSON OF THE DAY

It’s from his Ultimate Acoustic Blues
DVD set, which hits the streets on
October 16th.

That’s only a few weeks out.

In today’s video, you’ll learn:

-multiple turnarounds
-multiple ways to go to the V chord
-an example of how to create a solo on acoustic
-how to create exciting drama like a great blues performer
-how to delve into cool, new chordal structures & embellishments

To me, the part about keeping the performance
interesting is a cool secret of the blues.

Check it out!

By the way, if you haven’t seen Jimmy’s electric
guitar courses, go here:

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