Learn lead rock guitar across neck scale links & jam track

www.nextlevelguitar.com Click theabove link to get three free jam tracks from Next Level Guitar and start ripping it up! www.nextlevelguitar.com Click link to get a killer groundbreaking new Blues lesson not on YouTube and a Blues scales and lead guitar Ebook, all for free from NextLevelGuitar.com In this lesson I teach an simple way to connect major scales across the fretboard using a long major scale link. You will be tearing it up quick and simple playing across the fretboard. Then we have a jam with a backing track to apply what you are culture. Jam tracks are an essential practice tool for the guitarist. Many more video lessons at the full on instructional site at: www.nextlevelguitar.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

In thisguitar lesson you will learn Eric Clapton’s translation of the Robert Johnston song Crossroads. Taught by Justin Sandercoe. Full support at the justinguitar web site where you will find hundreds of lessons on a wide range of subjects, and all the scales and chords that you will ever need! There is a fantastic forum too to get help, no matter what the problem. And it is all really free, no bull. No try out lessons, no memberships, no free ebook. Just tons of fantastic lessons :) To get help with this lesson (and for further info and tabs), find the Lesson ID in the video title (like ST-667 or whatever) and then look it up on the Lesson Index page of justinguitar.com www.justinguitar.com Have fun .


  1. Gizmotrold says:

    This is my favorit teacher EVER , i wish i had him teaching me irl ..i really wish that

  2. Roxy4217 says:

    Will you send me those tracs to Australia Lad?

  3. tomstrat1 says:

    Fantastic Playing. Thanks for the video :)

  4. realdealteal1 says:

    hey man, you are a really cool guy for putting these vids up, your a excellent teacher and i have learned A LOT from you, really brought my scale knowledge to the next level! thanks bro keep up the excellent work god bless!

  5. driskoogle says:

    Whoa!  Some fine fretworkin there hat dude.

  6. ramorales90 says:

    any 1 know what the scale is called? tabs?

  7. tMO2REAL says:

    Fantastic lesson. Truly an inspiration to play.

  8. achompson107 says:

    Dude, This is an awesome way of explaining these simple rock methods. Some of us listening have been playing for years but are in a rut of repetition that keeps us from progressing. The best part is YOU’VE FOUND SOMETHING YOU LOVE AND MADE A CAREER OUT OF IT, while helping us learn better guitar! I first ran into Your videos culture “Excellent Riddance” by Green day. We all really appreciate it!

  9. ishaniac says:

    I literally smiled when you said, “Play with your heart”.. So well said.. its a simple thing but so, so right!!
    Loved this lesson! :)

  10. SenthysizzerYeah says:

    What PRS are he playing on?

  11. jezga2 says:

    @Realkill010 Dont We All ??

  12. DestroyerDeLune says:

    your guitar looks so small on you lol

  13. nesa407 says:

    @Realkill010 Get his backing tracks then just play over it ul get it then

  14. rushforce33 says:

    I wish I had your foot long fingers ! (no homo)

  15. dayakarpeddelli says:

    Incredible lesson sir!! Thank you so much!

  16. nondyt says:

    Hes the best! i really learnded from this.

  17. SmokyMike1 says:

    Nice lesson, learned alot and got me out of the box! Tks

  18. 1RoxasPrincess says:

    U inspired ME!! :D

  19. OneLostEmo says:

    Epic :3 fantastic vid thanks

  20. datkangel2 says:

    cooool i’ll try to practice this ^^

  21. NiceJackToo says:

    Near the end of the video you very nearly sound like a genesis a band my dad used to take note to.

  22. NiceJackToo says:

    Nice PRS

  23. stevlachance1 says:

    DUDE U ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  24. PenguinarityProd says:

    Dude, holy shit xD
    Oh, and thank you so much!!!! :)

  25. nassilvertone says:

    He is playing a (PRS) Paul Reed Smith guitar. At smallest amount that is what he states on one of his other videos. I don’t know what model, but you could go to the site and find out once you know it’s a prs.

  26. Onetinsoldier says:

    I wouldn’t know. By no means played the both of them

    Although the Cream translation reigns supreme of Claptons versions

  27. MrDomguitar says:

    @Heyjoe1919 thx

  28. Heyjoe1919 says:

    @MrDomguitar – Eric played it on Gibson in the 60′s – he plays it now on a Fender

  29. Heyjoe1919 says:

    This is fantastic -thanks for all the lessons. But, on the D7 cord Eric plays the C note -A string 3rd fret at the end of both bars.

  30. daanrossi46 says:

    thanks for the lesson with only the clarification,
    not the real blues feeling,
    not the excellent sound,
    and the real and (always) different typical clapton riffs…

  31. daanrossi46 says:

    thanks for the lesson with only the clarification,
    not the real blues feeling,
    the excellent sound,
    and the real and (always) different typical clapton riffs…

  32. masteredd23 says:

    @Onetinsoldier And is it harder or simpler compared to a fender standart strat?

  33. Onetinsoldier says:


    the most well-known translation by Cream is played on a Gibson ES335

  34. scunert says:

    you are a special human being. thanks for your time brother.

  35. scunert says:

    @rakgtr sdfdfhghghn

  36. masteredd23 says:

    Thanks Justin for another fantastic guitar lesson! I reckon the toughest thing is to play the part that is shown from 3:15 – 3:24 in right speed.

  37. MrDomguitar says:

    @bamboosa this is a strat song clapton and mayer played it on a strat

  38. meanmrmusted88 says:

    fantastic lesson as always, but distortion is a small to high for culture purposes

  39. joeypinello7qj54a says:

    You’re a fantastic teacher and you are letting the public see this for free. I can’t say thank you enough.

  40. leekousek says:

    Too Cool!!!

  41. sumindiandude says:


  42. rakgtr says:

    i like all your tutorials man, rock on brother

  43. Benchmarklift1 says:

    Excellent show, man. Very nearly had it by ear and your video sealed the deal. Thanks.

  44. bamboosa says:

    Very cool. I want to see this song played on a Gibson, not a Fender.

  45. thealternatecurrent says:


  46. TheAndrei123 says:

    Robert Johnson not Johnston

  47. 70mach13514v says:


  48. herointhestrife says:

    Thanks for taking the time to do this, Justin. I like this song, and will start culture it when I get home from work tonight. Please ignore the peanut arcade.

  49. MaddZzee350 says:

    Fantastic vid on a Clapton Classic. Cheers!

  50. appluntu says:

    Ciao, Justin. I’m practicing the guitar with your DVDs. I got T-shirts from you as well. I just posted Eric Clapton’s Crossroads. If you have a minutes, please check it out and let me know what can be done to make it better.

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