Watch the Slow Blu Rhythm 1 online guitar lesson by David Hamburger from Slide Shop
If you want to investigate the roots of bottleneck blues guitar, you can't get much deeper than Blind Willie Johnson. Johnson
sang gospel songs on the streets of Texas, accompanying himself on a twelve-string guitar tuned to open D. His versions of
songs like "Nobody's Fault But Mine," "God Moves on the Water," and the nearly-instrumental "Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the
Ground" are classics now referenced by slide guitarists the world over.
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