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Andy Powers - "Good Old Mountain Dew"

 

Taylor Guitars master luthier Andy Powers picks a bluegrass-flavored tune, "Good Old Mountain Dew," on Taylor's rosewood/spruce Grand Orchestra 918e.

Common Bluegrass Chord Progressions with Nate Savage

If you listen to a lot of Bluegrass you will probably notice that there are a few chord progressions that are used quite often. The most common Bluegrass chord progression that you will probably hear is the 1 4 5 progression. If you are in the key of G major those chords will be G major, C major and D major. 

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Standard Bluegrass Rhythm Fills w Nate Savage

 

The examples in this lesson show you how to dress up your standard Bluegrass strumming pattern with some standard Bluegrass rhythm fills. If you listen to Bluegrass you will definitely hear these fills all over the place. Once you learn a few Bluegrass tunes you will have a good idea of how these fills are used in a real musical setting. 
 
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Using Open Scales to Play Bluegrass w Nate Savage

The examples in this lesson show you how to dress up your standard Bluegrass strumming pattern with some standard Bluegrass rhythm fills. If you listen to Bluegrass you will definitely hear these fills all over the place. Once you learn a few Bluegrass tunes you will have a good idea of how these fills are used in a real musical setting. 

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