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  1. From the Signature Licks Series, a step by step breakdown of Stevie's playing technique, using transcriptions to parts of 13 of his songs
    Books/Tab: Blues · 6598 Hits · Posted on 6/2/2000 by WholeNote
  2. Blues You Can Use by John Ganapes (4.9 Stars · 7 Reviews)
    Contains 21 Progressive lessons in various styles of electric blues. CD included. Theory is covered fairly well but this book contains more practical hands-on material.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 5198 Hits · Posted on 10/30/2001 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  3. Acoustic Blues Guitar by Kenny Sultan (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Beginner/intermediate acoustic fingerstyle blues presented in several keys, with CD
    Books/Tab: Blues · 5040 Hits · Posted on 5/3/2001 by Dan Nuttle (232)
  4. Blues Guitar Licks by Jay Friedman (1.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Patterns for all chords and Progressions
    Books/Tab: Blues · 4806 Hits · Posted on 12/21/2001 by Ian Loft (3442)
  5. Eric Clapton Signature Licks (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Step by step breakdown of Clapton tunes like sunshine of your love, tears in heaven, etc.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 4290 Hits · Posted on 8/4/2001 by Chris Oyer (2046)
  6. Sixteen easy blues solos for accoustic gutiar in standard notation and tablature.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 4254 Hits · Posted on 7/20/2002 by Paul Glover (334)

  7. w/Mark Galbo. Series of exercises takes you from the fundamentals of fingerpicking to playing five authentic blues tunes. With CD.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 3573 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  8. Blues Jam Trax For Guitar by Ralph Agresta (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    11 backup tracks sampling various blues textures/variations, scale patterns for soloing, standard and Tab notation, chord progressions for each track.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 3539 Hits · Posted on 11/29/2000 by Chuck Stensrud (13014)
  9. Complete Robert Johnson by Woody Mann (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Explorations and transcriptions of the complete recorded works of this seminal Delta Blues artist. 96 pages.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 3435 Hits · Posted on 6/2/2000 by WholeNote
  10. 36 note-for-note transcriptions of early blue classics from his RPM recordings
    Books/Tab: Blues · 3388 Hits · Posted on 10/4/1999 by Robert Stephens (8)
  11. Delta Blues Guitar by Stefan Grossman (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Like it says on the cover, "A detailed analysis and trascription of the personal guitar styles of the legendary greats of the Mississippi Delta region..."
    Books/Tab: Blues · 3047 Hits · Posted on 11/7/1999 by Inactive Member
  12. Unplugged by Eric Clapton (4.4 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    If you play acoustic, this may be the first tab book you should buy. Note-for-note transcriptions of the Clapton tunes in standard notation and tablature. 112 pages.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 3003 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  13. Note-for-note transcriptions in standard notation and tablature for 30 songs from the first volume of the collector's edition album. 168 pages.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2980 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by WholeNote
  14. Simplified arrangements of 14 songs from the Unplugged album with notes, tab, chord charts, and strum and pick patterns. 40 pages.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2939 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by WholeNote
  15. Transcriptions to 34 important blues songs and instrumentals, forming a sampling of blues history from the Mississippi Delta to Chicago. 155 pages in standard notation and tab.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2471 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  16. Blues Guitar Legends by Kenny Sultan (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Acoustic blues in the styles of Lightnin' Hopkins, Blind Blake, Mississippi John Hurt, Blind Boy Fuller, and Bill Broonzy. Focus is on "playing loose" and having fun. For intermediate level.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2386 Hits · Posted on 4/12/2000 by Rodd Barckhoff (1120)
  17. From the Cradle by Eric Clapton (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Clapton's all-blues album with covers of some seminal blues standards. Note-for-note transcriptions with notes and tab. 128 pages.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2367 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  18. Blues Guitar Tricks by Bruce Maag (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This looks like a good introduction to blues solo'ing for new players.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2335 Hits · Posted on 2/12/2004 by Colin Ashley (78)
  19. Part of the Ultimate Beginner Series. Get a feel for how to play the blues in tempo and with other musicians. Both lead and rhythm parts are covered in tab and standard notation with CD.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2332 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote
  20. Blues Fakebook by Woody Mann (No Reviews)
    Lead sheets for over 200 blues songs from the 1920s to the present, representing a wide variety of blues styles.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2280 Hits · Posted on 7/11/1999 by WholeNote