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  1. 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)
  2. Blues Guitar Classics by Wolf Marshall (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    The essential step-by-step guide to blues guitar styles & techniques. Signature licks by the greats, includes CD and tablature.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1667 Hits · Posted on 1/5/2004 by Inactive Member
  3. 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
  4. Intoduction to Acoustic Blues by Kenny Sultan (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Great beginner book for fingerstyle blues. Gets you playing real blues fast. Not a complete guide, but gets you playing real music quickly
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1723 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Bob Bain (54)
  5. 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)
  6. 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
  7. This is a book that teaches you some of the most popular licks ever done by blues guitarists. It features blues guitarists like B.B. King Albert King and Freddy King.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1545 Hits · Posted on 7/15/2004 by Lincoln Barnes (840)
  8. 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)
  9. Sixteen easy blues solos for accoustic gutiar in standard notation and tablature.
    URL: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0711927898/qid=1027139908/sr=1-3/ref=sr_1_3/002-0179241-9498454
    Books/Tab: Blues · 4254 Hits · Posted on 7/20/2002 by Paul Glover (334)

  10. Deep Blues by Robert Palmer (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This book traces the blues back to the late 1800s and describes the life and times of some of the more influential characters of blues.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1273 Hits · Posted on 8/11/2004 by Brett Pate (76)
  11. 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)
  12. They claim: Invest 30 days in GUITABULARY and you'll be playing killer blues guitar on the 31st day or you get every penny back.
    URL: http://truefire.com/guitab/index.html
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1698 Hits · Posted on 5/8/2002 by Darryl Roberts (5330)

  13. A compulation of rock and blues originals in the musical styles of such greats as the Kings, SRV, S. Moore, McGuinn, Harrison, Cropper, and more. Book comes with CD presenting each piece as written in tab form. 24 artists
    Books/Tab: Blues · 975 Hits · Posted on 5/6/2000 by James Harris (266)
  14. Play Guitar With Blues Legends (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    It`s seven great blues songs written in standard notation and tabulature. There is a Cd with the book. On the CD is every song performed by proffesionals musicians. There is also backing tracks (without guitar) so that you can play along with the cd.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1143 Hits · Posted on 6/21/2002 by Olof Liljegren (20)
  15. The Blues Inside Out by Richard Daniels (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This is a narrative of the old man and the kid. The old man takes the aspiring kid through the blues from history. To Guitar technique.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1012 Hits · Posted on 11/10/2000 by Tim Floto (6151)
  16. Yhe Definitive AC/DC Songbook (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Every AC/DC song in tab form with a few exceptions
    Books/Tab: Blues · 352 Hits · Posted on 11/18/2007 by Duncan Mcneil (407)
  17. 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)
  18. 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)
  19. More Blues You Can Use by John Ganapes (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Excellent blues cd to play along with, I'm not the greatest with tabliture but this one is really fun. My wife even commented when I came up from the basement "That really sounded good"
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1396 Hits · Posted on 12/31/2002 by Dick Reed (1927)
  20. Real Blues Guitar by Kenn Chipkin (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    French Edition. A complete guide to blues guitar, rhythm guitar, solo guitar, styles of B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Albert King, S.R.V, T-Bone Walker, Johnny Winter ......
    Books/Tab: Blues · 1381 Hits · Posted on 4/19/2000 by Christophe Oliveres (222)