Guitar Lesson: Eric Clapton Acoustic Blues

Covers the 12-bar blues solo from “Before You Accuse Me” from the Unplugged cd. Played on a 2011 Taylor GS Mini.
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  1. Thanks mate.

  2. Thanks for this cool blues. Greetings from germany.

  3. Lot of the theory goes over my head but its a great lesson and just what I was looking for. Thanks

  4. Great job! You're a good master and I learned with you! Thank you very much! You've answered my questions! And it's a happiness!

  5. Thank you nice !!!

  6. Thank you sir for sharing your knowledge!

  7. A Big thank to you ! 

  8. about as perfect a lesson comes, cool, right speed, just enough theory and no patronizing #string-finger chord explanations ad infinitum- I wish more were just like this 

  9. Great lesson thanks

  10. I like that you aren't going note for note but showing the techniques and some of the signature licks.Cheers

  11. Eric and the GS Mini..Nice. Just got a GS and it rocks

  12. Thank you!

  13. Blues Guitar Lessons - Jim Bruce

    Don't you just love the Tube – ammazing stuff everywhere.

  14. Jeroen van der Velden

    Excellent, thank you!

  15. Really enjoyable played along, still not as good as you but I hope to be.

  16. Thank you for this great lesson, and for all of your lessons!! You have taught me a lot about the fretboard and the guitar.

  17. Thanks for your kind words, and yes that lick is very common and is indeed featured in the intro to "Honey Don't." Like the Beatles and Buddy Holly, Eric Clapton was influenced by Carl Perkins (who wrote that song), and they all were of course influenced by the Delta blues players.

  18. Tremendously KEY lesson. Smoothly taught. Not too much and not too little.
    You 'un-confuse' things very well Thanks for this. ( at 13:55 .. that one G string slide down was also in the Ringo song "Honey Don't" I believe )

  19. Carlos Sanmiguel

    Una lección muy buena. Gracias por tu generosidad y tu tiempo. Es de una gran ayuda
    para los guitarristas.
    Saludos desde Madrid (Spain)

  20. Excellent lesson. Thank you for your time and expertise.

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