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Welcome to the NEW FretHub!

Hi all,

Bobby here.

Well, if you’re reading this, the wait is finally over. The all-new has been launched, thanks to the incredibly talented and hard-working Sarah Cox at Slikkr.

Not only do we have a brand new site, but also, we’re busy filming and adding great new content, the first of which being Blues Guitar – Volume 2.

In this new series of lessons, we’re going to be focusing on soloing over a slow blues progression in the style of B.B. King, Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter and Gary Moore, to name but a few.

Slow blues is a very expressive form of blues, since it allows for a lot of freedom in terms of phrasing and dynamics. If you’ve already tackled the Chicago style shuffle of Blues Guitar – Volume 1, or even if you just want to add some tasty, bluesy licks to your repertoire, this 11-part series is for you.

In other news, I’m in the middle of Brit Floyd’s 2014 European tour right now. We have just 3 weeks left in mainland Europe, before heading closer to home for a month of dates in the UK and Ireland.

Nick recently finished touring the UK with the superb Queen Extravaganza. I caught their show in Worthing last month and it was one of the best live shows I’ve seen and I’m not just saying that because Nick’s my mate.

Well, Christmas will be here in just a few short weeks. If you’re looking for a great gift idea for the guitarist in your life, why not treat that noisy someone to one of our new FretHub gift certificates.

Once again, both Nick and myself would like to take this opportunity to extend a very warm welcome to all our new members and also to thank our long-time, loyal FretHubbers for their continuing support. Don’t forget, in addition to FretHub’s homepage, you can also follow us on Twitter and ‘Like’ our Facebook page.

Have a great week and thanks, once again, for continuing to learn guitar online with FretHub.

All the best,

Bobby and Nick

Blues Guitar - Volume 2, available now.

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