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Country & Bluegrass Strumming Course Overview

Lesson ID: A0101

What makes a strumming pattern sound country and bluegrass? In this guitar course, I’ll teach you several of my favorite strumming patterns that have a nice country and bluegrass twang. We’ll start with the most basic strumming pattern in lesson one, and then work our way up to more advanced strumming concepts as we progress through the lesson series. At the end of this course, you’ll haveĀ a ton of awesome strumming patterns that you can use with your favorite classic country and bluegrass songs.

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Tim Miller
Tim Miller(@tim)
5 years ago

Very nice! I can’t wait to see the rest of the videos in the series. Thanks Devin!

nemo
nemo(@nemo)
5 years ago

not sure about the order we should be doing these courses but I looked ahead, sounds good

tkeibler
tkeibler(@tkeiblerme-com)
3 years ago
Reply to  nemo

I agree. It’s hard to know where to start. It would be good to leave some example progress plans given one’s ability level. How is it going now?

naskorhan
naskorhan(@naskorhanlive-com)
3 years ago

This is the sound I want to play.

Richard Breitner
Richard Breitner(@rbreitner)
1 year ago

Great! I’m particularly interested in all those fills which sounds so well when changing chords. I have the feeling that when you hit a chord, you don’t give it up until you have fully used all the possibilities it is offering. I want to learn that!