Rene` I’ve been looking for a good well recommended beginner blues guitar resource for a while now, and after searching several guitar forums, so far “Blues you can use” seems like a great resource. They say that the lessons are easy to understand, they build well on top of previous skills learned so it’s good to follow the training as it’s presented, and it advances progressively more difficult as you go along. I recently purchased “Blues you can use” and “Blues licks you can use” but I have not used them yet :? (life is tough/busy), but the CD examples sound great. I just checked out Hal Leonard's website, and they have these stores listed in your country for their products. Broekmans & Van Poppel B.V Harmonia BV Music Print Spanjaard Muziek The original book apparently did so well that they have made a Spanish addition, and 4(!) other associated books as well. Here's the list from Hal's website after searching for Ganapes. Blues You Can Use - Guitar Educational - Book & CD Package - 695007 - $19.95 Blues You Can Use Book Of Guitar Chords - Guitar Educational - 695082 - $14.95 More Blues You Can Use - Guitar Educational - Book & CD Package - 695165 - $19.95 Blues Licks You Can Use - Guitar Educational - CD - 695386 - $16.95 Jazzin' the Blues (Guitar) - A Complete Guide to Learning Jazz-Blues Guitar - Guitar Educational - Book & CD Package - 695608 - $19.95 Blues You Can Use - Spanish Edition - Stylistic Method - Book & CD Package - 695276 - $19.95 CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM HAL LEONARD Say, if you can’t find what you want from a retail store, check used and online stores, including ebay and such. I think Mel Bay has some good Blues stuff too. Other publisher’s I casually know of are, Cherry Lane and Warner Brothers. Also, that book/CD link lazybones offered has to be great too, I have a “rock and roll” one of that same book series, and it’s excellent.