“Slide Technique for 4-String Guitar” now available via digital download!

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Folks have been asking for months & it’s finally here!

Justin Johnson​’s “Slide Technique for 4-String Guitar” instruction is now available via Digital Download!  

One click & it’s yours, no shipping cost, no wait!

Now with Bonus lesson features, as well! Here’s the link:
www.justinjohnsonlive.com/slide-technique-for-4-string-guitar.html

Nothing sounds Bluesier than the mournful wail of the Slide Guitar, whether from the smokey sounds of early Chicago Blues, or the back-porch scratch of a Delta Bluesman.  This Instructional Video Series covers the tunings, techniques and trade secrets to Justin Johnson’s innovative Slide Guitar technique for the 4-String Guitar.

VIDEO CONTENTS:
Chapter 1
•Intro to Slide Guitar
•How To Hold the Slide
•Tunings for Slide Guitar
Chapter 2
•“Riff in the Style of Muddy Waters”
•4-String Tuning Pattern #1
•Slide Guitar Basics
•Blues Vibrato Technique
Chapter 3
•“Blues in the Style of Elmore James”
•4-String Tuning Pattern #2
•Blues Inflections
•Classic Blues Riffs

BONUS MATERIAL:
•Video Guide – Tunings for the 4-String Guitar
•Video Tutorial – “Dust My Broom” for 4-String and 3-String Guitar

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Posted on March 10, 2018, in 4 sring, 4 string, 4string, beginner, blues, cbg, cigar box guitar, diy, dust my broom, easy, electric guitar, elmore james, gospel, guitar, hill country blues, homemade, how to, instruction, justin johnson, lesson, lessons, music, slide guitar, theory, tune, tuning, tutorial, video. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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