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British guitarist Dave Jones has a great Web site http://www.davejonesguitar.co.uk/tabs/index.php that offers a full range of short, simple video lessons (from beginner to advanced) and quite a few tabs. Dave does a great job on the site; his tabs sound great and range from easy songs with simple strum patterns to songs with some barre chords to songs that use all barres. In his lessons index you'll find simple and advanced strum patterns, scales, and some great blues instructionals--including some easy blues solos built around a simple scale that even I was able to play. It's worth the time to check out his site and tabs, and pick up some easy and fun pieces like the theme from The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, or The Simpsons. A very nice guy as well.