Monday, Week 2

Acoustic Kentucky Bluegrass


This common bluegrass lick starts on the G note (3rd fret/6th string) and then hammering on the 4th string (open to 2nd fret).  The progression then plays the C add9, back to G and then resolving on the D major chord. Notice how the flatpicking pattern enhances the chords played.
Also check out the picking technique video.




Learn this lick and then practice to


 
teacher: Michael Johnson
skill level:
Key:  G
video: