Cripple Creek Guitar Lesson – Traditional Melody at Two Octaves

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Lesson ID: A0162; Lesson 8 – Bluegrass Guitar Solo Improvising Course

This is Part One of a two-part lesson series where we’ll work on lead guitar solo improvising in a country & bluegrass style. In this bluegrass guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play two bluegrass guitar breaks for “Cripple Creek” in G using the song’s traditional melody.

Then, in the Part Two of this “Cripple Creek” lesson series, I’ll show you several different ways that you can use bluegrass guitar licks and bluegrass crosspicking to modify the traditional melody to make your bluegrass guitar solo breaks sound more interesting. Both of the bluegrass guitar lessons in this two-part series will help you add that hard-driving bluegrass sound to your bluegrass guitar breaks.
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  1. Hale ya buddy!

  2. Arrows & Pellets

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you and your Family!

  3. Happy Christmas. Thank you so much for your channel and lessons.

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  5. Top stuff mate thanks for that, I hope you all have a great Christmas and a happy new year

  6. Great Lesson thanks

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