I just got this course and, as I usually do, I went through the lessons quickly to see what's in there that don't know and just get a "lay of the land". I don't see much in G at all. In fact Griff, (if you're listening), you actually said that we should maybe just be down with playing in E or A because most blues is in those keys. OK. Granted. But you don't have to do just that shuffle stuff - fills that sort of bounce from G to C to D, (and we don't get very deep into A to B or E to B in here i.e. the V chord- please point it out if I've missed it early), are pretty easy to do with hammers and pulls, - bluegrass is built on those changes and if you just slow them down, those changes work in blues/rock. That's what country-rock/country blues is, no? Have i just missed it? Perhaps Griff has put some of this stuff in those lessons that appear in my inbox. If so, please lmk where to find them. I'll freely admit that I haven't gone through this exhaustively yet, but I did spend over an hour on the show blues and about an hour on the other 2, (which seem to ignore the bottom 2 strings, (which I love to honk on...). Sorry if this have been brought up before. An inability to go through a forum post by post is one of my character flaws... Not lazy - just impatient. By way of introduction, I'm an old guy, (over 70 will do...), with a spinal injury that's caused what amounts to phantom pain in my hands. I was/am a hobby guitar player. I jammed with friends. Haven't been in a band in decades. About 6 years ago I thought I should put the guitar down. It was drag to pick up something for fun and hurt myself. I've recently adjusted my mindset and dragged out my rig and axe(s), because I just love guitar. But, I'm not going to be able to toss out flashy licks and I was never even into shredding to listen to, let alone play. I just want to get to be a good second guy playing blues, country rock and rock & roll. That's why I was drawn to this course. Obviously, many here have forgotten more than I ever knew about this instrument - [and it seems that I might have forgotten more than I ever knew about it as well... it's like starting from scratch - which I guess at least has the virtue of losing bad habits...] - but I seem to recall playing in G & C alot and that the rhythm fills for those keys were both easy (for hands of any age), and fun plus they sounded good too. Am I in the wrong place? Should I be trading the course in for another? Or am I in for a "DUH" moment where 15 members point out the obvious thing I've missed? I'm hoping for the latter. Unlike some in my age group, I love all the help I can get, even when it makes me look bad... Thanks.