Are you a Blues-Inspired Guitarist and Want to Go to the Next Level?

I’ll be the first to admit: Sometimes I have a love-hate relationship with the guitar.

I absolutely love it when things are sounding good. I get so excited when I’m making progress and growing as a musician.

And I dread the times when I get stuck and it’s taking FOREVER to improve. Even worse is when I hit a rut and don’t even know the next step. It frustrates me. Deep down, I still have that burning desire to be really good.

Maybe you can relate.

But, then… out of nowhere…

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That Big Breakthrough Moment Comes, And It Feels SO Good

You know… Those times when something CLICKS and the path ahead becomes clear and full of amazing possibilities.

You see, not that long ago, I reached one of those plateaus. I could already play a lot of songs and I could play a mean solo, but that wasn’t enough for me. I wanted to take it further. I just wasn’t sure how.

I started by “studying the masters” so to speak. I got deeper into country blues, jazz blues, fingerpicking, harmony, travis picking, you name it. But I still felt like I had “collected a bunch of parts” without a finished product.

That’s when it hit me — now is the perfect time to go back to basics and play the music I love, which is the blues. Especially with a better understanding of the guitar than I had when I was younger, it was going to be a fresh look at putting together a batch of tunes.

I have learned hundreds of songs over the years (I even published 5 volumes of my Ultimate Guitar Song Collection) and I also created blues guitar courses in the past, but I think this one is on another level.

To tell you the truth, a course wasn’t even on my mind. I was simply pursuing the music, and then I thought to myself “Claude, why don’t you share these songs, let other guitarists come along for the ride”.

And I’ll tell you why I’m so excited about this course. It’s because I’m using very simple techniques. A small batch of choice chords and some simple connecting riffs.

But even though it’s simple, it’s also full-sounding and musical. After playing guitar for over 30 years, here’s what I can tell you: Everyone starts out as a simple beginner. When you’re an intermediate cat, you try to learn every trick and technique you can get your paws on. Finally, as an experienced player, you learn not to overcomplicate things.

Simple doesn’t mean you have to play like a beginner. There’s some techniques like fingerpicking, bass note runs, and a lot more inside this course that I’ll show you. But it’s all stuff you can learn in a short time. The key isn’t to get super technical. Instead, it’s learning how to apply these techniques the right way.

That’s what I’ve figured out and I can’t wait to share it with you!

You too can develop your own blues style and play all the classic blues songs, and I can help you do it in minimum time.

Easy But Solid Techniques For Playing Blues Songs

When I “went back to basics”, I studied the blues. I listened to all the classic cats like Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Jimmy Reed, Sonny Boy Williamson, John Lee Hooker, and a lot more. I wanted to learn directly from the source. But at the same time, I recognized that it’s more fruitful to approach the guitar as a solo instrument than the band approach. What I mean by that is, I’ve always felt there’s a lot of power in being able to play a convincing rendition of a song with just you and your guitar.

Eric Clapton got his start with the Bluesbreakers, playing the classics.

That will make you even more prepared anyway when you play with others. So, that’s what I worked on. At first it wasn’t easy to emulate the sound of a full blues band with all those gnarly grooves and walking basslines. But then I discovered it actually wasn’t too bad. Often, the right strum can get you pretty close to the same feel. Other times, I do incorporate some bass lines into the songs. And it’s so important to become stronger rhythmically, no matter what style you play. That’s really the magic sauce to holding it all together.

These Arrangements Sound Good
And You Can Play Them Today

Of course I want my music to sound great, but I also know that if you try to put something too crazy into an arrangement, it hinders the performance. You want stuff that is comfortable to play. But there’s stuff that’s both comfortable and sounds great, like dominant9 chords, sliding sixths, and things like that.

That’s what I try to go for. Stuff that I can play, that feels good, that I can remember…and I want to build up a repertoire of blues songs that I can count on, plain and simple.

Here's The List Of Classic Blues
Songs You'll Be Playing...

SONG #1 - Ah'w Baby - Little Walter

Enter the fun, fun world of blues guitar.

SONG #2 - Aw Shucks, Hush Your Mouth - Jimmy Reed

You can use simple patterns to create
great sounding song arrangements.

SONG #3 - Ain't Gonna Worry My Life Anymore - BB King

SONG #4 - Ain't That Lovin You Baby - Clyde Otis

SONG #5 - All Aboard - Muddy Waters

Recreate the blues sounds of
the legends on your guitar.

SONG #6 - All My Love in Vain - Sonny Boy Williamson

You'll love playing timeless blues standards
from Sonny Boy Williamson and others.

SONG #7 - As the Years Go Passing By - Deadric Malone

SONG #8 - All Your Love - Otis Rush

This course has a nice variety
of songs you learn quickly.

SONG #9 - Alright, Okay, You win - Sid Wyche

SONG #10 - Backwater Blues - Bessie Smith

You too can be belting out the blues.

SONG #11 - At My Front Door - John C. Moore

SONG #12 - The Blues Ain't Nothin But a Woman Crying for her Man - J. Mayo Williams

SONG #13 - Bell Bottom Blues - Eric Clapton

Nothing like learning the craft copying the greatest

SONG #14 - Ain't Misbehavin - Fats Waller

SONG #15 - Blow, Wind, Blow - Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters sounded great with a full blues band.
I'll show you how to do it with just your guitar.

SONG #16 - Blues with a Feeling - Little Walter

SONG #17 - Ask Me No Questions - BB King

You'll enjoy these epic B.B. King
inside "Your Blues Repertoire"

SONG #18 - Boogie Chillen - John Lee Hooker

John Lee was the king of the groove.
Now his tricks of the trade are yours.

SONG #19 - Bluebird - John Lee Hooker

SONG #20 - Baby What You Want me To Do - Jimmy Reed

Studying the masters is a great shortcut.

SONG #21 - Blues Before Sunrise - Leory Carr

SONG #22 - Blues Had a Baby and they named it Rock and Roll - Muddy Waters

SONG #23 - Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker

Discover the riffs that sounds
great in different blues keys.

SONG #24 - Baby What's Wrong - Jimmy Reed

SONG #25 - Baby How Long - Howlin Wolf


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“The course is great I have and still learning a lot. I have been more up bet about playing and I am having a great time as well. The course that I got was, How to play smokin blues. What I really like about the course is how easy it is to follow along and how all of the parts are broken down so it is fast and easy to learn. It makes playing fun and it holds your interest and makes it so you can’t wait to learn and play more. As you may know when you are learning and playing alone it is hard to stay motivated, but this course makes it fun.”
Dan Guillette
I have had a blast improving my blues chops with "How to play smoking blues"! The arsenal of licks in the course is impressive but even better is the way that this course explains when and how to use them. My playing has changed from just sounding like scales over a chord progression to actual blues music!!!
"The Course I bought was How to play Smoking Blues. What I like most about it is that I was able to understand more theory as it was explained in layman’s terms, not a heap of jargon. The course started a little slow however I can now see that Claude was aiming at the basics and as the course progressed I was having to go back and refresh as I am basically a newcomer to the guitar. I have watched disc 1 & 2 and I will stay there until I can master those before moving on especially Stormy Monday. I am interested in the theory as I have basically taught myself and theory starts to loose me, but this I believe was described in layman's terms and I was getting into it made some sense for the first time. I’m anticipating a big third DVD hope it goes as planned all the best thanks for your help Favourite song at present cactus by the pixie."
Kevin OBrien

These Blues Guitar Lessons
Will Jumpstart Your Playing, Overnight

I know that’s a bold claim with all the countless books, lessons, and instructors out there. And sure, lots of them are good. But I also know that many lessons can  still leave you scratching your head, wondering what’s  the next step, or how you can apply the material to  make real music.

One thing that’s really cool about “Your Blues  Repertoire” is that you won’t get stuck in theory,  concepts, or even technique. It’s all about playing the  music and the classic songs that make up the history of the blues. 

And you can get started right away. That’s another  really nice aspect of the course: All the arrangements  are simple. You won’t get bogged down in a long learning curve. I promise!

I myself went through the process of learning “the  advanced stuff”, but at the end of all of it, I discovered it really is all about going back to basics.

You don’t need to complicate it. What you do need is  just a small handful of techniques that you can use to  make songs come to life. And that’s what I aim to give  you inside of “Your Blues Repertoire”.

I can truly say that this is could really be a fantastic shortcut for you to become an accomplished player as  fast as possible. How? By helping you quickly master  an impressive repertoire of blues tunes.

I want to help you do that so you can experience all the  excitement, joy, and freedom that comes from playing the music you love. And I want to give you the  “golden ticket” to call yourself an honest-to-goodness blues guitarist.

If you have even the slightest hesitation or doubt on ordering this course today, I want to put your mind at ease and truly take all the risk off your plate.

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It’s a no-brainer decision, so please select the package of your choice, and you’ll be on the fast track to building your own inspiring blues guitar repertoire.

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Keep playing,

Claude Johnson


your Blues Repertoire (3)

Get Your Blues Repertoire + How To Play Smokin' Blues + Mississippi Blues & Beyond Vol 1 & 2 + Blues Power!



SAVE $304!




your Blues Repertoire (3)

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