Posts By: Devin


Blue Railroad Train

January 5, 2020 9

Lesson ID: A0178 In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play the old classic…


Sunny Side of the Mountain Flatpicking Guitar Solo

December 5, 2019 23

Lesson ID: A0177 In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a country and…


Red Dirt Country Strumming in the Style of Tyler Childers

November 13, 2019 8

Lesson ID: A0176 In this guitar lesson, we’ll work on some red dirt country strumming…


The Best “G Lick” to Play Over a D Chord

September 27, 2019 5

Lesson ID: FL0003 In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn one of the best country and…


Bluesy Country Licks for Acoustic Guitar in D

September 20, 2019 6

In this country guitar lesson, I’ll teach you how to play three bluesy country licks on acoustic guitar in the key of D. The first two guitar licks are great for playing as fill riffs when you switch between chords. The third lick is a little longer and it sounds great as a fill riff or as part of a full-length country guitar solo. Later in the lesson, you’ll also learn a more advanced country strumming pattern…


Johnny Cash Style Rhythm and Fills

September 13, 2019 6

In this guitar lesson, we’ll work on some Johnny Cash style rhythm guitar. First we’ll go over a nice country strumming pattern and get some practice strumming over a country chord progression. Then we’ll add some Johnny Cash style bass line walks to the chord progression to help transition from one chord to the next. You’ll learn eight Johnny Cash style bass line walks…


Country & Bluegrass Lick in G and How to Use It

September 6, 2019 2

Lesson ID: FL0001 In this guitar lesson video, I’ll teach you one of my favorite…


How to Play a Solo in C for Bluegrass and Country

August 14, 2019 9

In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a guitar solo in C for bluegrass and country. First we’ll play through the solo arrangement at a slow pace with tablature on the screen. Then we’ll break down the entire solo line by line and we’ll also cover some helpful techniques for improvising solos in C…

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Man of Constant Sorrow

July 27, 2019 59

“Man of Constant Sorrow” was first published by Dick Burnett in 1913 and later made popular by the Stanley Brothers in the 1950s. In this guitar lesson, we’ll show you how to play “Man of Constant Sorrow” in the style of The Soggy Bottom Boys. This song will turn some heads at your next jam…