Electric Blues Guitar Lessons
Duke Robillard is an award winning musician, artist and instructor. Duke's a two time Grammy nominee and has recorded with Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Jay McShann, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, John Hammond, Jimmy Witherspoon, Dr. John and most famously, Roomful of Blues.
The Blues Music Awards named Duke Robillard "Best Blues Guitarist" four years out of five (2000, 2001, 2003, 2004) making him the second most honored guitarist for that award! He was also nominated in that category in 2005, 2007, 2008 and again in 2011.
Duke's starred in numerous instructional DVDs studying Freddie King, Albert King, T-Bone Walker and the classic Uptown Blues, Jazz Rock and Swing. Duke was also the author of Classic Guitar Styles of Duke Robillard.
What you will Learn
Duke is teaching electric blues and swing guitar. The lesson series is best suited for musicians that are familiar with the blues pentatonic scale and bar chords.
Below is Duke's run-through of Blues-A-Rama which Duke teaches step by step as part of the electric blues part of the series.
How you will learn
Duke teaches a song a month in four weekly lessons. Each lesson is a 10 to 15 minute video with tab, chords, automated loop / practice points and backing tracks. Duke's online during the week to answer questions and give you personal feedback from your uploaded videos.
Try it with Two Free Lessons
We believe the best way to decide is try it out and take a couple lessons from Duke. To get started
When you arrive, you can preview all of Duke's lessons. When you decide to go to a lesson, you will be asked to create an account.
Creating an account will allow you to view 2 complimentary lessons and ask Duke questions just like a regular member. After you view your 2 complimentary lessons, you will be asked if you want to upgrade to a paying membership.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does the program cost if I decide I like it?
We have two memberships, Monthly at $19.95 / month and Yearly at $199.50 / year. It works out to about $4 or $5 a week.