Country Rhythm Guitar Lesson – Train Beat Patterns

This is an excerpt from the “Country Rhythm Guitar” 5 disc set instructional DVD and download lesson available at http://countryguitarchops.com

For this lesson example, I teach you how to play a few train beat patterns and grooves from the instructional DVD. There are 227 tablature examples and 37 jam tracks included with this course.

The 5 disc or download course includes popular rhythm patterns for the country train beat, boogie, shuffle, swing, ballads and more. Go to http://countryguitarchops.com to learn more about this course and other country guitar dvd and instructional video lessons.
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20 comments

  1. Dude I just played that first one bar of the riff for like an hour, that was a blast.

  2. I love the way you teach. I can learn from this the way do it. Thank you. I bought the mama tried cd very good stuff.

  3. Wow .. It's so cool man !

  4. Fantastic licks.

  5. Not here to learn, but to hear great telecaster

  6. CheFrancoisPhoto

    Ken! Fantastic playing and lesson!

  7. Love this stuff!
    Thanks!

  8. are you using fake nails?

  9. You are an amazing teacher making possible to learn these rhythms so easily! Thanks!!!

  10. Fantastic!!!

  11. you are great man you talk my language

  12. Principal Heisenberg

    Ok. Stupid question here. Just got into country and I love it. Is Ken here using a tube amp or SS? I'm guessing by that beautiful sound it's a tube. Can anyone help me please? Thanks in advance. Keith

  13. I BIN PLAYING OVER 30 YEARS AND NEVER WOULD OF THOUGHT I WOULD END UP LOVING COUNTRY SO MUCH . YA NEVER NO WHEN YA START I STARTED IN 80S METALawesome. he play's this i always loved this sound .it is tough. but he helped me get better so i'm grateful but once ya get it can should like johnny cash James Burton so on ..this guys awesome doing it awesome to him. ..i'm glad i started with pick fingers 20 years ago from listing to Danny gatton . when he was alive still ..he was super to , rip

  14. A good teacher leads you somewhere but leads something open to your own interpretation.I love those gaps Ken!

  15. I ALWAYS USE PICK FINGER . AFTER I SEEN HEARD DANNY GATTON …IT WAS A THOUGHT OUT PROCESS TO BE UNLIMITED IN MY PLAYING AND NOT SEPARATE ANY OF THE TECS . ….AND LIKE GUYS COMMENT IT IS TOUGH .AT 1ST BUT ONCE YOU LEARN ROLLS INSIDE OUT AND DO THEM YOU'LL GET IT ..AND I JUST THROW THEM IN AT WILL. …..AND AWESOME VIDO ON THIS I ALWAYS LOVED THE TRAIN BEAT AND THESE FEELS THIS STUFF YA FEEL . AND GOOD BLUES TO YA DO …METAL CAN DRIVE YA NUTS .LOL

  16. Nice video!

  17. I don't know why, but to me the start of that pattern sounds more like AJ's "Freight Train" and less than "Chattahoochee". I stand to be corrected.

  18. 90 Days Cross Country

    What kind of amp, pedals, settings you use to get the fat sound you got going on there?

  19. Paul Kirkpatrick

    I have been following Ken for a little over a year now and have purchased 14-15 of his videos. I bought this 5 disc set last week and have been having a ball. In my opinion, every guitar player, no matter your level of experience, should own this set. I have been playing lead in a band for over twenty years and a guitar picker for over 50 years and I am amazed at what I don't know. Do yourself a favor, beginner or old salt like me, and get this set. You will be glad you did. And, no this no commercial. I have never even spoken to him, just a big fan.

  20. Kenneth Evstrand

    Yeah, this was perfect while drinking my morning coffee 🙂 I play guitar in a Melodic Folk/Death/Metal-band, it´s kind of different from this 😉 But I love guitar and sometimes it´s fun playing this kind of style 🙂

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