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Posts By: Devin

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Country Guitar Lick Library

November 29, 2018 4

Our Bluegrass Lick Library has been really popular, so I’m putting together a Country Guitar…

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Brad Paisley Style

November 29, 2018 3

Brad Paisley Guitar Lick 6 in G Lesson ID: CL0006 Key: G Major Scale(s) Used:…

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Brad Paisley Style

November 29, 2018 0

Brad Paisley Guitar Lick 5 in G Lesson ID: CL0005 Key: G Major Scale(s) Used:…

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Brad Paisley Style

November 29, 2018 1

Brad Paisley Guitar Lick 4 in G Lesson ID: CL0004 Key: G Major Scale(s) Used:…

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Brad Paisley Style

November 29, 2018 3

Brad Paisley Guitar Lick 3 in C Lesson ID: CL0003 Key: C Major Scale(s) Used:…

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Brad Paisley Style

November 29, 2018 1

Brad Paisley Guitar Lick 2 in C Lesson ID: CL0002 Key: C Major Scale(s) Used:…

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Brad Paisley Style

November 29, 2018 2

Brad Paisley Style Guitar Lick 1 in C Lesson ID: CL0001 Key: C Major Scale(s)…

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Brown’s Ferry Blues

November 9, 2018 16

“Brown’s Ferry Blues” was originally written in the early 1900s by The Delmore Brothers. Over the course of their careers, the Delmores wrote more than one thousand songs, including “Brown’s Ferry Blues”, “Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar”, and “Fifteen Miles from Birmingham”. The Delmore Brothers grew up in a musical home as their mother, Mollie Delmore, wrote and sang gospel songs for their church…

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Man of Constant Sorrow

October 20, 2018 57

“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…