Want to Learn to Play Dobro Fast?

Online Dobro Lessons from Dobro Wizard Andy Hall are the Fastest Way to Get Sliding

Let's face it. Everyone plays guitar. It's time to step out of the pack, slip on the claws, grab a steel and start sliding.

 


The Online Dobro School with Andy Hall starts with beginner Dobro lessons on how to hold the Dobro and what kinds of picks and steels to use. Then the Dobro lessons progress through beginning licks and move all the way up to advanced Dobro slide technique. 

Andy's Dobro school takes the best of video lessons and in-person lessons and combines them into an easy-to-use, highly-effective online learning platform.

You get unlimited access to hundreds of streaming HD Dobro lessons, backing tracks and tabs – beginner to advanced – available to you 24/7. 

But that's only half the story.

The ArtistWorks’ Video Exchange™ Feedback Platform enables you to submit videos of your practice and get video feedback on your Dobro playing from none other than Andy Hall himself. 

These interactions are combined on the site with the corresponding Dobro lessons for all of Andy's students benefit from.  You are free to join in or just learn how to play Dobro from watching Andy coach someone else.  Click here to see how it works.

Andy Hall has quickly made a name for himself playing slide for the Infamous Stringdusters and as a side man for artists from Taylor Swift to Dolly Parton.  Now, he's tearing it up with his online Dobro school!

His online Dobro students rave about the amazing experience within Andy's school.

It’s easy to sign up and learn Dobro at your own pace.  Your satisfaction is guaranteed.  Join today!

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Mando Magic with Mike Marshall
Jul 10

For anyone who missed it, here's the full video of our recent "Mando Magic with Mike Marshall" workshop. Moderated by Scott Tichnenor of Mandolin Cafe, we were also joined by some of Mike's mandolin students as well as ArtistWorks Dobro instructor Andy Hall. We had a blast getting into some interesting mandolin related topics, and of course there was some jamming as well! Thanks to everyone who tuned in live and especially the students here who participated and helped us get the word out. See you next time!