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Bluegrass Guitar Lessons: Advanced Etude 1 (Key of D)

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I'm gonna show you this etude now in D.
We have G and C, we're gonna add D to the
family here.
Same idea.
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That's one time through.
You have repeats there on the, on the, on
the tab you can download.
And play it twice one main thing to
remember about this one in the key of D
it's sort of all based out of-
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Out of this chord shape here.
And we talk, and, and
even in improvisation about soloing a
record changes and
how you can kind of use basically the the
major scale of whatever key your in.
Even to, to connect and go in and out of
chord chord changes.
Especially in our one four five kinda
bluegrass sense.
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It's all based out of,
out of that, that form.
[MUSIC]
And
when it gets up to the the A, the A, sort
of the five chord.
[MUSIC]
You know,
again with our left hand we're trying to
make as much ring as possible so that's,
that's a bit of a, bit of a challenge for
your left right there.
[MUSIC]
So, there it is in D.
Good luck with that one.
It's another one to, you know, build
speed, build clarity, changing strings.
It works more in the, in the meat of the
guitar around the pick the,
where the pick falls in the, in the meat
of the strings.
So, always remember to keep your hand off
the bridge, good loose, you know,
rhythmic, rhythmic style of, of playing
these kinda things.
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