Bluegrass is one of the most recognizable styles of guitar. Some refer to bluegrass as a celebration of the simple things in life. Dive into this series to learn the essential components of the bluegrass guitar style.
Complete course with step-by-step lessons and practice examples.
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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.Begin the Course
Steve demonstrates basic, essential bluegrass techniques. In this lesson, you will learn the bass/chop technique.
Now that you have the bass/chop down, Steve demonstrates additional bluegrass techniques.
Steve takes our bluegrass song one step further in this lesson. He demonstrates how to play a walking bass line between chords.
In this lesson, Steve discusses hammer-ons and pull-offs and how they are used in the bluegrass genre.
Steve explains double picking, also known as alternate picking. He teaches a scale that enables you to play an awesome bluegrass lick.
Steve teaches a widely used bluegrass lick.
In this lesson Steve teaches a descending bluegrass lick.
Steve gives tips on playing a melody line in the bluegrass genre.
Steve demonstrates how you can use "closed chord" voicings in order to raise the octave of the melody. Great lesson!
Steve demonstrates some bluegrass licks that serve as introductions, endings, and transitions within a song.
Steve Eulberg teaches a classic bluegrass song entitled "I Am a Pilgrim." He covers strumming, the melody, and walking bass lines.
Steve teaches a bluegrass waltz titled "Angel Band."
Steve dives deep into another classic Bluegrass lick that you can use to flare up a jam session or song.
Steve Eulberg teaches the first part of the bluegrass classic, "Wabash Cannonball."
Steve continues his two part "Wabash Cannonball" series by teaching how to develop the basic rhythm and melody into unique solo sections.
Steve Eulberg teaches this old tune as if it were being played back in the old days. Here, Steve demonstrates the verse, chorus, and melody. Enjoy the story behind this one!
In his second lesson of "The Ballad of Jesse James," Steve Eulberg demonstrates a more in depth look at how to play the song in a bluegrass form. This lesson is all about double stops, and when combined with lesson one, should make for a well-rounded bluegrass classic.
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Good, easy instructions for a foundation.
He did a great job simplifying the song.
I wanted to click all of the buttons above. Love teacher, he goes slow and is very clear.
I've always wanted to learn this when I was younger .my mother taped all of Hee Haw show .this is very easy to understand and shown in a non aggressive manner .I feel I can progress in this stile with these lessons .
Liked the structure taught and not just free strumming.
Perfect info for the newbie to BlueGrass!
So far "Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy". Fun-Fun!!
thank so much God Bless
Thank u sir for explaining it so well he is a great teacher .Pls sir add more songs .since I joined jamplay I have learned a lot.Thank very much
Thank you for having a visual aid along with instruction.
this guy is fantastic .. great teacher
This was a great lesson. Helps me to fine tune things.
very good and patient easy to understand