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Fishin’ Creek Blues

Lesson ID: A0198

In this guitar lesson, we’ll take a look at a flatpicking arrangement in the style of “Fishin’ Creek Blues” by Dan Crary. As you learn this tune, you’ll see how Dan Crary uses some unusual note combinations in his flatpicking. Try to commit some of his licks to memory and use them when you’re improvising over other songs in the key of D. Overall this is a great lesson for working on pick control and letting notes ring out to create nice overtones that will smooth out your playing.

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Martin
Martin(@martinfan)
1 year ago
Reply to  Devin

Love this one!

Susan Wagner
Susan Wagner(@shysue)
1 year ago

Looks like a good one – thanks, Devin!

jerseychicadee
jerseychicadee(@jerseychicadee)
1 year ago

I see what you mean about his note choices. It’s like the song is 2 (or even 3) 8-10 measure licks.

George Lange
George Lange(@georgeanddoris66hotmail-com)
1 year ago

I like this song

dom
dom(@dom)
1 year ago

Might have to sink a few pints of Guinness with this one.

John
John(@wjssavhotmail-co-uk)
1 year ago

Nice one

yiwork
yiwork(@yiwork)
1 year ago

Nice looks like a fun one to try.

Jean Galou
Jean Galou(@galou)
4 months ago

Hi!
is the playthrough played binary?