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Adding Fills Between Your Chords with Key of D Scales

Lesson 12 – Rhythm Fill Riffs and Lead Guitar Course
Lesson ID: A0133

In this guitar lesson, I’ll show y’all some fun ways to use key of D guitar scales to play country & bluegrass fill riffs. All of the licks we’ll cover today are great for transitioning between chords, and they’re also useful for playing country & bluegrass guitar solos. First, we’ll cover the main scale shapes that you need to memorize. After that, I’ll teach you ten of my favorite country fill riffs in the key of D. My main goal for this lesson is to show you how I visualize key of D scale shapes when I’m improvising key of D riffs. This should be a very useful lesson for the rhythm guitar folks and also for the country & bluegrass lead guitar pickers!

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Guitar Scales

Country Fill Riffs

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Curtis
Curtis(@curtis)
5 years ago

Thanks Devin!! I always struggle with the key of D and this has helped me get out of a rut. Great lesson!

Bob
Bob(@serrell1961att-net)
5 years ago

This is an awesome lesson and just what I needed to kick start and spice up my rhythm playing Devin.

Jocelyn Beauregard
Jocelyn Beauregard(@jocelyn)
5 years ago

I like these fills between chords…thanks Devin!☺

Frank
Frank(@frank)
5 years ago

Wow, well structured lesson and fine material. Excellent!

Jocelyn
Jocelyn(@jocelyn)
2 years ago

Excellent teaching and I like the homework you assigned to us.