The term "bluegrass" was originally used to describe a new kind of country music pioneered by Bill Monroe in the 1930's. Monroe was from the "bluegrass" state of Kentucky. He incorporated this unofficial state motto into the name of his band, The Blue Grass Boys.
Take a look below to check out the different teachers that cover bluegrass. You can scope out the entire series or sample it out by clicking to view the free lesson.
Focus: Steve Eulberg walks you through the most common techniques in the bluegrass guitar style. He teaches these concepts in a methodical, step-by-step approach that will have you playing in no time.17 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Orville will cover proper Bluegrass flatpicking technique and move on to teach a plethora of classic Bluegrass tunes.40 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Starting with History, Nick will cover many aspects of Bluegrass techniques, the role of Bluegrass instruments, then move into some great Bluegrass songs.14 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Tyler will cover the spectrum of unique Bluegrass flatpicking techniques and demonstrate a wide array of Bluegrass flatpick song lessons.25 Lessons Series Details
Focus: Join Nick Amodeo as he teaches his own rendition of some popular bluegrass fiddle tunes.3 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details