It’s hard to believe, but 2019 is quickly coming to a close. It’s been a great year for LGN and I’m really pleased with all the lessons that were released. I think you’ll learn quite a bit from these lessons about different nuances and styles used to play powerful blues guitar.

Best of 2019

As there are more than many 160 hours of lessons on the site I wanted to give you a quick rundown of my personal favorites that I’ve released this year and a few Free lessons that were released based on previous year courses.

8 Bar Blues Solo – The most popular course released this year.

Beginner Slow Blues Solo – Has become by far the most popular free lesson on the site.

Danny Kirwan Style – Really laid back vibe with a unique vibrato style.

SRV Rockin Shuffle – Great for mixing rhythm and lead.

KWS Slow Blues – Power slow blues with that Texas Flood vibe.

4th Position Minor Pentatonic Solo – Very popular one position solo using the Clapton Box.

ZZ Top Slow Blues Solo – One of my favorite players of all time. Fairly easy to learn but fun to play.

Slow Blues Supplement Solo – Beginner slow blues in the meanest key of all, E 🙂

Duane Allman Cross to Bear Style – Slow Blues in the style of Not My Cross to Bear.

60 Courses Now Available in the All Access Pass

As of Dec 2019, there are now 60 Full-length Courses you can gain access to that will teach you the concepts and techniques to play improvisational blues and slide guitar.

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Courses Released in 2019

Texas Walking Blues

Slide Techniques

Slide Method 1 Open E

8 Bar Blues Rhythm and Solo

Slow Blues Supplement in E

Play Like Peter Green

Learn 111 Blues Solos

In the All Access Pass you’ll gain access to 111 different blues solos I’ve written and recorded over the years. These solos cover a wide variety of styles, keys, and blues genres to help you get a better grasp on learning different kinds of blues solos. You can preview all of them at the link below.

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Thanks for all of the support this year and look out for many new lessons in 2020!

John