Can anyone explain the old legend about the crossroads in america where the devil tunes your guitar for you and you become a brilliant player?

is eric clapton's song 'crossroads' about it?
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There was a thread like this two weeks ago. Use the search bar or Wikipedia, because I don't feel like explaining it again.

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watch the movie crossroads. it has the karate kid and steve vai. its awesome
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It was widely believed that Robert Johnson met the devil on a four-pronged crossroad where he sold his soul or something for his incredible ability to master the guitar. He wrote a song about it.

If that's what you're talking about...
robert johnson was like an average guitarist and then he went away and came back and he was good so people thought he sold his soul but he actually went and studyed with charlie patton (i think)
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