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BONUS CONTENT

Stevie Ray Vaughan Open Position Blues Licks

This batch of bonus content is based on the YouTube lesson linked below - please watch that first before you get started with the content here!

In my YouTube lesson based on open position blues licks inspired by the epic playing style of the LEGEND that is Stevie Ray Vaughan... I taught you two licks in Eb that make use of scale positions close to the nut that have plenty of options for playing notes as open strings rather than fretted notes.

To supplement that free YouTube video for subscribers here at bulletproofguitarplayer.com, I have put together this batch of bonus content that includes THREE bonus lick lessons that focus on open position blues playing in Eb.

You'll also get access to a one-angle video of the intro solo with the TAB & notation overlaid (downloadable Guitar Pro & PDF files are included), as well as a video backing track (track available as a WAV download).

Oh and remember, your subscription also grants you full access to both parts 1 and 2 of my Bulletproof Guitar Player courses, found on the COURSES page! So, if you don't understand any of the music theory terms described in the lessons found in the EXTRAS section, you'll be able to learn all about that stuff in one of those two courses - think of them as your fundamental guide to music theory applied to the guitar.

If you learn the intro solo or any of the licks found here and want to share your versions online, please do tag me in your instagram posts/stories and I'd love to check out your playing! @rosscampbellguitarist

What's included?

  • Intro solo video with TAB
  • Downloadable TAB files for everything played in YouTube video (Guitar Pro & PDF)
  • SRV style blues backing track in Eb
  • Three bonus lick lessons (TAB files included)
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Section 1

Learn three bonus licks based on SRV-style open position blues playing. Grab the TAB files for Ross' intro solo plus the backing track from the YouTube video.

BONUS CONTENT