A very cool "Lick of the Day" that's easy but effective. You can use it for blues, bluegrass or old-time music - flatpick or fingerstyle. It makes for a great exercise, too. Let us know how you like this one. It's one of my favorites.
Aaron Gilmartin has made some wonderful video lessons for Homespun on flamenco and bossa nova guitar styles and techniques. He is an acknowledged expert in these genres and is a fine teacher as well. Malagueña is undoubtedly the most familiar Spanish guitar piece in the world. Aaron Gilmartin shows how to play it in two versions, one very basic and the other a little more complex - and exciting! Even beginners will have fun with this one. You can see all of Aaron's lessons here.
The great blues guitarist Toby Walker is one of Homespun's most popular video instructors. Here's a quick and easy "Lick of the Day" that you're sure to enjoy learning. Click here for more of Toby's Homespun lessons:
Here's a quick arpeggio exercise from the terrific Gypsy jazz guitarist Lisa Liu. It's a great exercise and will come in very handy when you're soloing in any genre you play.
Here's a really pretty little lick on the 6th and 3rd strings that you can use descending as a blues turnaround or ascending as a lead-in to the A chord. I've put DR "Neon" strings on my Santa Cruz OM both because they look and sound great and also so learning players can more easily see which strings and frets I'm playing. Let me know if this helps. For more beginning blues instruction, try my "Easy Steps to Acoustic Blues Guitar."