Here’s a lesson that explores how to use the concept of relative major and minor to use mandolin licks you know in new situations.
Lesson Tag: G Major
Here’s a lesson for Redwing that helps you learn how to incorporate chord shapes into your bluegrass solos.
Here’s a solo for the verse and chorus to the gospel song There Is Power In The Blood.
Here’s a fun solo for Jingle Bells that will help you play a melody with classic Scruggs up-the-neck positions.
Here’s a short music theory lesson on the concept of relative major and minor. You can use this to double the amount of licks you know by playing them in new situations.
Here’s an intermediate level solo for Worried Man Blues that will add some harmony to the melody. We’ll also work on playing the melody up-the-neck.
Here’s a detailed backup lesson that will help you practice playing in 3/4 time.
Here’s a G to C transition lick that adds some chromatic flavor.
Here’s a fun pull-off lick you can use to end a solo!