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Orville Johnson Guitar Lessons

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"Come Back Baby"

by Orville Johnson

Run time: 29:43 Teacher Composition

"Orville Johnson teaches his version of the classic blues song "Come Back Baby.""

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"Gold Rush"

by Orville Johnson

Run time: 49:22 Bluegrass / Folk

"Orville presents a great fiddle tune titled "Gold Rush." This is yet another great beginner song that offers a secondary lead option that, by the end, will leave you with a complete tune perfect for jamming with your buddies. Oh, and there is also a great explanation on how the term "Potatoes" fits right into the Bluegrass music community!"

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"Spanish Fandango"

by Orville Johnson

Run time: 32:50 Teacher Composition

"Orville Johnson teaches the classic "Spanish Fandango.""

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"Texas Gales"

by Orville Johnson

Run time: 34:11 Bluegrass / Folk

"Orville presents this fiddle tune entitled "Texas Gales." This song lesson offers an opportunity to work on right and left hand synchronization as well as flatpicked melody lines. "

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"The Sailor's Hornpipe"

by Orville Johnson

Run time: 12:56 Bluegrass / Folk

"Orville will teach this classic tune titled "The Sailor's Hornpipe." This up beat song imitates the life of a sailor and the duties aboard the ship. This lesson provides the perfect opportunity for a beginner player to add a solid song to their repertoire."

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"Weave and Way"

by Orville Johnson

Run time: 44:19 Fingerstyle

"This fantastic tune entitled "Weave and Way" is a great song for beginners that want to take things to the next level. Alongside the simple chord progression, Orville also demonstrates 3-4 very different lead embellishment options that can be added on top to create a full flatpicking piece. This one is perfect to work on with a friend."

Lesson taught by Orville Johnson