Learn how to play bluegrass guitar with Grammy-winning flatpicker Bryan Sutton. Course 3 covers intermediate guitar techniques and advanced strum patterns.
(acoustic guitar music) - Here in Course Three we're going to talk a little bit more about the big picture. We've covered a lot of the basic fundamentals to this point. We're going to continue to expand with that. A deeper look at hammer ons, pull offs, slides, as far as embellishment and really creating kind of personality to the sound. On the more technical side, mechanical side, the true sync between the fretting hand and picking hand, looking at chord voicings, looking at playing scales up the neck.
More intermediate versions of some of these tunes, adding a little bit of challenge. And so, other sort of just musicality kind of conversations and good things to get into as we put a lot of fundamentals together. Now looking at how to really make a personal sound here for your own bluegrass guitar playing. So have fun with that.
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- Intermediate bluegrass guitar techniques
- Intermediate fretting
- Hammer-ons and pull-offs in G, C, and D
- Intermediate rhythm exercises
- Playing intermediate bluegrass tunes
- Opening up the fretboard with expanded scales and chord exercises
Skill Level Beginner
1. Intermediate Right and Left Hand Technique
2. Intermediate Rhythm and Concepts
3. Intermediate Bluegrass Tunes 1
4. Expanded Scales to Open Up the Fretboard
5. Fretboard Expansion Exercises
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