They do a great job with walking you through playing songs, plus they do a good job explaining theory for guitar (scales and chord construction etc)
Of course The Sub Atomic Blues Project is a great site.
Warmest regards, --Your best pal Bob
chord charts and scales, what else you want?
What I really want... you know in those Chick Tracts, the Muslim gets a sheet of paper to read and suddenly becomes Christian within 30 seconds? I need some magic like that.--
<ni> komet: You are functionally illiterate as regards trashy erotica.
For Matrix style guitar instruction (``Whoa, I know the blues!'') go here. But, alas, it is a chimera.
We expect you to enter the next MFC no matter how crap you think your playing is. Besides I notice you have keyboards (and a voice) to supplement it with.
camFreedom, liberty, equity and an Australian Republic
Why, exactly, do you have a VoIP system in your house?
Gedvondur"I don't have enough middle fingers to communicate my feelings to you." --clover kicker
I also demand this diary be hijacked into a guitar-photo wankerathon:
yes, I know, piece-of-shit Squire...
Here, my guitar corner is a little more messy:
Shit - really must decorate this room at some stage.You can't inspire people with facts- Small Gods
That is to say, he also has all the necessary chords to play Bragg's To Have and To Have Not.
BB's songs are ... well ... songs. They rely on nothing more that a simple accompaniment and a vocal line. I like him and I like his songs. Anyone who could come up with the lyric "how can you lie back and think of England when you don't even know who's on the team". Also, I have seen him live and he was entertaining.
You can't inspire people with facts- Small Gods