Lesson 2 – Bluegrass Guitar Solo Improvising Course
Lesson ID: A0113

In this guitar lesson, I’ll teach you four more bluegrass licks that are great for improvising in the key of G. We’ll also talk about the guitar scale theory behind each of the bluegrass licks. After you master the guitar licks, practice the arranged solo and your bluegrass improvising skills with the jam track!

Overview

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Lick 1

Video Start Time Lesson Topic
00:00 min Lick 1 Breakdown with Tablature
00:50 min Guitar Scales for Bluegrass Licks
01:52 min Getting That Country & Bluegrass Sound

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Lick 2

Video Start Time Lesson Topic
00:00 min Lick 2 Breakdown with Tablature
01:26 min Building Licks Around Open Chords Using Key of G Scales
02:23 min More Chord and Scale Theory Tips for Bluegrass Licks

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Lick 3

Video Start Time Lesson Topic
00:00 min Lick 3 Breakdown with Tablature
01:36 min Easier Way to Play Lick 3
02:33 min How Lick 3 is Formed Around the D Chord

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Lick 4

Video Start Time Lesson Topic
00:00 min Lick 4 Breakdown with Tablature
00:52 min Left Hand Fingering for Easy Lick Transition

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Jam Track

Practice Video:

Video Start Time Lesson Topic
00:00 min Listen to All Four Bluegrass Licks Played in a Row
00:43 min Bluegrass Lick Example with the Jam Track
01:21 min Lesson Wrap Up

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Scale Charts

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