I have just had more fun with my guitar than I have ever had in my life. I received my SWS the other day and read through top to bottom. Most of the first twenty pages were things that I could use and that were comfortable for me to do. Page twenty one has "Blues block (BB)#1) and a short lesson to show you the notes and the root note in the key of G. Page twenty two has that note "Before you move on" and if your like me, you remove that little tag on your pillow that says "Do not remove", Well, "Don't move on"! "Practice it along with a jam track if you like", is what it says. This is like "In the beginning God created heaven and earth and everything else and on the seventh day he played blues. If you haven't downloaded Griff's free eighty jam tracks then do it, do it now, don't wait, now. I went to the jam tracks for G and picked a slow one called "Baby talk blues" clicked it on and closed my eyes, put my fingers on the two strings in the right position, remembered where the root note was, it's marked in the book with a heavy dot and a circle around it, with the root as home base I just started sliding ,bending both up and down,hammering, pulling off ,graceing, and shucking and jiveing. It's been hard to send this note to you guys as I'm still giggling and laughing. I also used the jam track "Good girl blues" with the same sucsess. Play with those four notes and when you stop giggling send me a note. If I had payed ten times the amount for this course and it only went to page 22 it would have been worth it. Huggs and kisses Griff you made my day, month, year, life time. My wife thought it was a solo in the course and told me it was good, I already knew it was, it felt soooo good. Got to go now and get another jam track in G and for the first time turn up the volume and shake the roof.