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Lesson 10 – Finger Patterns (Part One)

This first pattern is demonstrated on the E major and A major chords, but as you’ll see it can be used over any chord combinations.

Lesson 9 – Demystifying Tablature

When you first look at a piece of tablature, especially for fingerstyle, at first glance it looks like an impossible number of random notes that you somehow have to figure out a way to memorize.

Lesson 8 – The Main Elements of Picking

Fingerpicking is not easy, it takes time and work to establish a solid technique. With that said, it’s also not as mystifying as it might first appear

Lesson 7 – Starting With The Thumb: Independence Exercises

You will quickly come to find the most important foundation is a solid rhythm. The focus of these first lessons is traditional roots style music, and if you break it down two distinct profiles begin to emerge, Travis style and Alternating Bass. Both are equally valid and invaluable in the proper situation.