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Here’s a lesson that will help you work on 10 basic bluegrass licks in the Key Of C!

Here’s a lesson that will help you practice 10 classic bluegrass style licks that you can use in lead or backup!

Here’s a lesson that will help you practice 10 classic bluegrass style licks that you can use in lead or backup!

Here’s a lesson on 10 pentatonic licks in the key of G for mandolin!

Here’s a short lesson that will give you some tips on increasing your speed on the banjo!

Here’s a lesson that will give you some new ideas on transitioning between G and C. It’s usually the first chord change most banjo pickers learn so it’s good practice to have plenty of ways to play the chord change.

I go over some Scruggs, Melodic and Single String licks that can help you transition back and forth between G and C.

Here’s a lesson that will give you some new ideas on transitioning between G and D. It’s usually the second chord change most banjo pickers learn so it’s good practice to have plenty of ways to play the chord change.

Here’s a lesson that will give you 10 transitions (5 up and 5 down). These will give you practice moving from your F-Shape to your D-shape chords or moving back down to open position!

Here’s a mini lesson which will give you some 1st and 2nd string exercises you can use to explore the fretboard and improve your speed.

Here’s a mini-lesson to help you work on the 1st finger closed position major scale.

Here’s a mini lesson to help your playing on the 1st, 3rd and 5th strings.

Here’s a lesson that goes over eight classic banjo backup licks you can use in 3/4 time!

Here’s a lesson to help you work on playing in the key of A Minor!

Here’s a lesson to work on modifying your A Barre Chord to create Major 7th, Minor 7th and more advance chords!

Here’s a song to help you work on playing basic Scruggs licks in 3/4 time. Use these two solos to explore 3/4 timing! Many of these licks can also be used for backup licks in 3/4 as well.

Here’s a basic lesson to help you get familiar with the basic alternating thumb patterns of fingerstyle guitar!

Here’s a detailed backup lesson for Amazing Grace! We’ll practicing transitioning around the neck in 3/4 time!

Here’s the free version of my Amazing Grace beginner guitar lesson that breaks down the single note melody!

Here’s the free version of my Amazing Grace beginner mandolin lesson that breaks down the single note melody!

Here’s a beginner arrangement to practice playing Amazing Grace (Up-The-Neck). This will help you practice adapting a melody to a closed position solo that you can play in any key!

A straight ahead roll style interpretation of this gospel classic. Great practice for beginners looking to venture into 3/4 time. This version uses lots of variations on classic Scruggs licks to fit 3/4 time.

Here’s a beginner guitar lesson for the classic song Amazing Grace!

Here’s a straight ahead version of the melody to work on playing tremolo and pull-offs. Included is a down-the-neck and up-the-neck solo so you can practice playing the melody in two octaves!

This arrangement is going to work on adding two and three note chords to this great melody. I wanted to create an arrangement that would sound good with or without accompaniment. Happy Independence Day!

Here’s a detailed backup lesson for the classic gospel song Angel Band.