Rockabilly Guitar lessons
Rockabilly Guitar Bible - Calling it a "Bible" is definitely overselling it. It is "just" a "note-for-note guitar transcriptions with tab features over 30 rockabilly songs". 31 to be precise. You get no real insight to the rockabilly genre itself, as you would expect from a book with that name. Not all the songs qualify as rockabilly either. The book is good however for what it is.
Rockabilly Guitar by Fred Solokov - We like the work of Fred Solokov and this book is no exception. His tabs are accurate and through, and he understands the subtleties rockabilly guitar. In amazons description: "This book teaches the techniques, licks, chords, scales and strums you need to play rockabilly guitar. It shows you how to play rhythm & lead for all kinds of rockabilly grooves, in the style of masters such as Carl Perkins, Brian Setzer, Cliff Gallup, Buddy Holly, Scotty Moore and others. Instead of learning exercises, you learn the classic rockabilly songs and solos that made the genre come together in the first place. The 58-track CD will help you catch the rhythms and nuances of the rockabilly style. Songs include: Be-Bop-A-Lula * Get Rhythm * Honey Don't * Milk Cow Blues * No Particular Place to Go * Rock Around the Clock * Rock This Town * Susie-Q * Train Kept A-Rollin' * and more!". If you want some more insight into the rockabilly genre itself, you should also get the books by Vince Gordon. A guitarists that Solokov himself mentions in his "Great players to listen to section" of the book.
The Guitars of Elvis (Signature Licks Guitar) - Get the lead guitar tabs for some of Elvis' greatest hits. A good idea if you're a working musician in a band as Elvis' hits are popular with any audience. The 75-minute accompanying audio presents each song in stereo-split with full band backing. Songs include: A Big Hunk O' Love * Heartbreak Hotel * Hound Dog * Jailhouse Rock * See See Rider * and more!