Take a lesson with one of the most celebrated singer/songwriters of our time! A master storyteller, Steve Earle crafts his powerful songs with basic chords and a two-finger picking style combining folk, blues, alt-country and rock styles in a powerful, i
Retune to Create Ringing Harmonies and Elegant Arrangements
Martin Simpson’s creative use of altered tunings brings brilliant harmonic colors, cascading notes and resonant voicings to every song he plays. Martin has made a lesson that takes the “fear factor” out of changing the pitch of your strings and teaches you how to discover your own ideas on the guitar.
Fingerstyle master Al Petteway continues his exploration of the evocative DADGAD tuning with a variety of must-learn tunes in the Southern mountain tradition. In his hands, this tuning becomes an inventive and compelling way to play bluegrass, blues and country songs.
Liberate Yourself from the Tyranny of TAB and Become a More Creative Player
This follow-up to Toby’s first Homespun DVD is even more densely packed with fingerpicking techniques, musical ideas, great songs - and just enough guitar theory to help you move freely around the fingerboard.
The sound of the tremolo has defined the mandolin through the ages. Whether playing old Italian folk songs, Romantic era classical pieces or folk and bluegrass standards, executing the tremolo with expressiveness, depth and complexity is the hallmark of a truly accomplished mandolinist.
Want to play clawhammer banjo? Here’s a nearly foolproof way to learn this popular old-time mountain style! David Holt’s easy-to-follow instructions, friendly approach and invaluable exercises will have you picking and singing in no time.
Here’s everything a learning guitarist will need to get into the infectious 8-bar blues form. Mary Flower helps both novice and more advanced fingerstyle blues players develop a wealth of techniques, great songs and new insights into your instrument.
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