Learn Flatpick Guitar from Bluegrass Phenomenon Bryan Sutton
Hundreds of Bluegrass Guitar Lessons Combined with Personalized Video Feedback™
Don't let the Grammy®, all the IBMA Awards or his work with Ricky Skaggs and the Dixie Chicks intimidate you. Bryan Sutton is here to pass on his secrets to the kind of fast and clean flatpicking that has made him famous.
You'll instantly see that Bryan knows how to break down all his bluegrass guitar techniques and gets you focused on flatpicking like you've always wanted.
You'll get unlimited access to hundreds of streaming HD video bluegrass guitar lessons, backing tracks and tabs – beginner to advanced – for you to learn from around the clock. In fact, you can check out free sample bluegrass guitar lessons here.
From there, ArtistWorks’ Video Exchange™ Feedback Platform enables you to submit videos of your practice and get video feedback on your playing directly from Bryan.
These video interactions are combined on the site with all the corresponding bluegrass guitar lessons for all of Bryan's students to benefit from. You are free to join in or simply learn from watching Bryan coach someone else. Click here to see how it works.
ArtistWorks’ revolutionary Video Exchange Feedback Platform connects you with Bryan and a global community of flatpickers, all dedicated to building their flatpicking skills in the most effective way possible.
ArtistWorks is proud to be a part of the World of Bluegrass at the annual IBMA Award Show - taking place in Raleigh, North Carolina this week! We had a chance to speak with some of our bluegrass instructors about what the International Bluegrass Music Association means to them.
"I'm proud to be a part of this IBMA community. I'm teaching bluegrass mandolin through the ArtistWorks Academy of Bluegrass. I grew up playing bluegrass, it was my first love and it will always be near and dear to my heart. No matter where I've gone musically, I always reach back for those roots and the things I learned early on in my career." - Mike Marshall
"I love the IMBA, it's where everyone gets together. You see people that you haven't seen for a year, you jam, you hang out, it's just a great experience and it reminds us where we've been as bluegrass musicians and also where we want to go." - Bryan Sutton
"I can't even remember a time when I didn't know what bluegrass was. It feels so great to be part of what's happening today as well, and IMBA is such a great opportunity because I get to see old friends, meet new friends, and just get excited about where the music is going and what's happening next." - Missy Raines