Copperhead road acoustic guitar lesson Steve earle

This is how I play copperhead road. A very popular Florida line dance.

I play in a Florida country band called the Easy Posse. We specialize in weddings, corporate events and festivals. You can find out more about us here http://www.easyposse.com

20 comments

  1. That helped a lot .. tq muchly 🙂

  2. That's great man ,Thx !

  3. Innovative !

  4. Very nice job, can't wait to give it a try.

  5. Awesome, thanks very much for the tutorial cause I am just learning and can now play it.

  6. Nice vocals dude! awesome song and cover also 🙂

  7. Teach it don't screach and howl over it. Folks want to see the chords and not listen to you howling like an alley cat with a beer can stuck up its ass.

  8. The Deliberate Musician

    good video, check out my channel!
    great stuff
    good explanation
    nice approach
    I like it
    very helpful
    Sounds good!
    You have talent!
    Very inspiring.
    Keep up the great work.
    I like your sound.
    Nice job.
    Nice
    Cool
    Very cool

  9. nice work

  10. nice Gibson,i have the same one,mine is a 77 Hummingbird

  11. Your voice sounds perfectly suited for this song.  Sounds really good!

  12. Love it!!!!! Thanks EasyPosse… keep it coming.

  13. Great vid, tnx!

  14. Thanks for simplifying it!

  15. what year is that hummingbird?

  16. Thanks. Nice explanation.

  17. Thanks for the post!

  18. That's great!

  19. Nice version mate 🙂 i really like it. I've been playing only since late 2011. I've recently did 2 covers of this song, you can find them on my channel, and here is the 2nd cover I did.. lemme know what you think 🙂  Steve Earle's Copperhead Road cover 2
    I play it differently a tiny bit. For the lil riff…..I use my pinky for the sus chord on 4th fret.. then I slide my 3rd finger on G string over to 5th fret and bring first finger down on b string on 3rd fret, then lift 3rd finger and put 2nd finger on the G string 4th fret leaving first finger on B string 4th fret, then bring 3rd finger back to it's place ready for D Chord again. I got that from a video on here. Its sposed to reference a g and c chord? I also do G and then C and back to G again for the other part. I really like your way tho doing the G and then bringing 1st and 2nd fingers down one string each, just like in 'Every Rose has it's Thorn' kinda lol…. , i'm gonna try doing a cover your way, it seems a lot easier and sounds just as awesome 🙂 

  20. I'd love to know how you strum this.

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