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Slide Guitar in Standard Tuning DVD: Learn Warren Haynes.

If you want to learn slide guitar in standard tuning like Warren Haynes, then the 2 DVD set of slide blues guitar lessons I have been working on may be for you. I’ve got about 3 hours of HD shot video in this 2 DVD slide guitar lessons package.

This DVD will cover:

  • Intervals
  • Open G String licks
  • Exercises
  • How to play One Way Out in Standard Tuning
  • How to solo like Warren in Blue Sky
  • More licks!
  • Statesboro Blues Intro in Standard Tuning
  • Slow Blues Solo
  • About 13 pages of tab
  • 3 Backing Tracks

Be sure to make a comment below about your experience with Slide Guitar in Standard Tuning. I want to hear from you!

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19 Responses to Slide Guitar in Standard Tuning DVD: Learn Warren Haynes.

  1. Kurt W. Schmidt September 25, 2009 at 10:50 AM #

    Looks great! Look forward to purchasing it!

  2. Tony (oldguy537) September 25, 2009 at 3:59 PM #

    Looks like another great series John,do you think you might be breaking it up, so as the solos and backing tracks might be purchased separately latter on.
    Always good to see you putting out new lessons, thanks Tony..

  3. Wesley Gibson September 25, 2009 at 4:13 PM #

    Been wanting to learn these for a long time. Will they be out soon?

  4. Bill September 25, 2009 at 7:48 PM #

    Hey man – The HD video looks great.

    You’ve got some pretty tasty lines in that Blue Sky solo also!

  5. Wayne Masters September 26, 2009 at 6:53 AM #


    I’ve been waiting for just these kind of lessons. I’ll be one of the first to purchase this new series.


  6. Toby Jones September 26, 2009 at 7:25 AM #

    Hi John, what you’ve listed looks good but I can’t watch or hear them as your links have a page error and so I can’t preview by watching the vidios.




    I’m really after loads of links – is it worth taking what you’ve already written for open E tuning and converting it all for stadard tuning? Just a thought – I’d buy it if you did it.

    Thanks again.

  7. Toby Jones September 26, 2009 at 7:29 AM #

    Hi John, got it working now. Good stuff but I’m really after loads of licks of the type you have on your open E tuning DVD preview.

    It might be worth taking what you’ve already written for open E tuning and converting it all for stadard tuning? Just a thought – I’d buy it if you did it.

    Thanks again.

  8. John Tuggle September 26, 2009 at 7:38 AM #

    Thanks for the comments!

    @ Wesley Gibson Hopefully in the next week or so.
    @ Tony I haven’t really decided on the pricing and combinations yet.
    @ Toby Jones There’s no way to convert Open E Tuning Licks to Standard. You can come close but it doesn’t sound the same. You have to learn licks for both types. That’s what I did.

  9. Joao September 26, 2009 at 12:28 PM #

    It looks like a lick/vocabulary resorce. It looks interesting and fun. Also gives a broader knowlege of the mecanics of playing Blues Slide guitar in standard tuning!
    It would be great too to have the “CAGED” system aproach to standard slide playing and how to connect the dots to see the big picture. This is something I have been experimenting with latelly and it gives you very satisfying results…its also a diferent and valid aproach to the pentatonic/blues scales thing, wich I also like.
    I woul like to have this Download version for yesterday 😉
    Congratulations for your unique work!

  10. Stephen Todesco September 27, 2009 at 6:36 AM #

    Hi John,
    Really sweet stuff. Your playing is outstanding.


  11. David Ward September 28, 2009 at 9:21 AM #

    Great stuff agian John. Standard tuning though doesn’t give the tonal flexibility whereby you can maybe use the open string sounds for a bit more gutsy sound. I think slide in standard restricts you to more top end playing style ?

  12. Rick Sandoval September 29, 2009 at 11:06 AM #

    As always you can’t go wrong on these lessons. I can’t wait for it to come out. Looks like some more great lessons. Standard tuning slide is a little more difficult but easy way to play slide and not tune your guitar every time especially if you own just one guitar. Keep up the versatile lessons up John, you’re on track with each lesson.

  13. Tom Morgan September 29, 2009 at 2:26 PM #

    Superb John! I would love to have these licks especially while traveling with one guitar. I am shocked in regards to the extent of your musical vocabulary! I WILL purchase.

  14. Anonymous October 1, 2009 at 6:09 AM #

    Great looking quality on these. Simple but tasty licks, keep it up.

  15. Dave Ozuna October 5, 2009 at 2:35 PM #

    So how many standard tuning lesson packages do you have available now? Is the “Slide Guitar in Standard Tuning: Warren Haynes DVD” package the same as the “DVD standard tuning part 2″ package? Will you have them available for purchase soon…maybe bundle them all together?

    I play a 7 string Jackson Dinky Reverse guitar and love to play slide in standard tuning on it. Still struggling with slide in other tunings.

    It seems to me that standard tuning blues slide is based mostly on pentatonic scales. I like to play country slide as well. Country slide seems to be more based on the diatonic scales and arpeggios compared to blues slide. What do you think?

  16. John Tuggle October 6, 2009 at 5:51 AM #

    @ Dave The DVDs will be available starting Thursday at 10:00 EST. There will be multiple options to purchase.

    There’s a little more information here.


  17. Dave Ozuna October 8, 2009 at 11:54 AM #

    I downloaded the Dicky Betts lessons on line and am very pleased. It was easy to burn to my own DVD. It’s nice to get it right away and not have to pay shipping. I like to use the A-B button on my DVD remote control in order to select and loop whatever section of the DVD that I like. A lot of people are not aware of that button. It’s a really handy feature.

    Is the 3 DVD standard slide guitar package with the free warren haynes slide dvd a package that is also available for download? If not, I will buy the DVD package and wait, but it would be nice to get my hands on it today in the form of a downlaod.

    Dave Ozuna

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