Blues Guitar Method 2 Coming Soon [Updated May 15 ]

Now that I’ve worked much more on the course and had some people look over it, I’ve decided to remove some of the content that was originally going to be in there and add some additional material to the course as well as tighten up the content. These are not the easiest lessons to teach but I feel like it’s finally coming together.

This course is now available here.

This course includes some of the elements of the now discontinued Blues Guitar Method 3, 4, and 5, but expounds on that material with more precise direction and focus.

This course basically explains the “How” and “Why” of the way that I look at and approach improvising blues guitar solos over a 12 bar blues. To me, this is the key to opening up a lot of possibilities that might not have occurred to you before.

If you happen to like the way I play blues, then this course will bring you to an understanding about how I go about it and the thought processes that are involved.

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Blues Guitar Method 2 Includes:

  • 2.5 hour Video
  • 30 pages of Tabs
  • 30 Fretboard Maps
  • 2 Backing Tracks
  • Guitar Pro Files

10 Blues Licks Lesson Added

Lesson Index

Lesson 1 Chord Tones
Lesson 2 Patterns for Solos
– My Girl
– F Chord
– 9th Chord
– 6th Interval
Lesson 3 The 5 Boxes
– The “Money ” position
– Albert Box
– BB Box
– Clapton Box
– Betts Box
Lesson 4 Improvising
– Ear Training
– Target Notes
– Changing before the Beat
– Mixing all Concepts
– Rests
Lesson 5 10 Blues Licks


Blues Techniques
Blues Guitar Method

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John W Tuggle
John W Tuggle

I love teaching the blues and have created numerous training courses and lessons to learn how to play like BB King, Clapton, Duane Allman, and more. Get Started Now


  1. hi,,can you help> i just got an es 335 studio,and the third string lacks tone,sustain,and the volume is low..i hane a goog wound string,,checked the saddle,nut,and raised the piclup pole screw..all other strings are great…this is when fretted,and is more noticed as i get to the upper frets..thank you for any thoughts..jerry

    • I have no clue as it good be a number of things. I would recommend having it set up by someone to see if that helps. A lot of times a good setup will fix a lot of issues.

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