20 Bluegrass Guitar Solos That Every Parking Lot Picker Should Know! Series 3

Steve Kaufman

What To Play When The Singing Stops

Six CDs, includes 100-page book with music and tab
  • Code:CDLKAUPV99
  • Skill Level:Novice (1)
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Many people want to know how to figure out those great instrumentals that the top pickers play between verses of a song. Steve Kaufman's third set of popular lessons for Parking Lot Pickers teaches you how to work out the guitar breaks that dress up favorite bluegrass and country songs, and how to take a great solo. The vocals, ably performed on these CDs by singers Donnie and Debbie Barbra, provide just the right setting for practicing your technique.

As in his other "Parking Lot" lessons, Steve guides you through three picking levels--beginner, intermediate and advanced--while teaching 20 more repertoire tunes and the finer points of becoming an excellent flatpick guitarist. He first teaches the basic melody to familiarize the novice flatpicker with the tune in its most basic form. He then gets the intermediate players started on a series of great licks and runs that will dress up the tune and add spice to this or any other piece you are playing. Finally, he develops a complete bluegrass solo using advanced techniques for the more experienced pickers, making each tune a real showpiece!

EXTRA! Turn off Steve's lead guitar on your stereo and play along with the rhythm tracks. Perfect practice for a "live" picking situation.

You'll soon add these tunes to your repertoire: Nine-Pound Hammer, Blue Moon Of Kentucky, Blue Ridge Cabin Home, Cabin In Caroline, Dark Hollow, Down The Road, Foggy Mountain Top, Gold Watch And Chain, How Mountain Girls Can Love, I Am A Pilgrim, In The Pines, Jimmy Brown, Keep On The Sunny Side, Little Maggie, More Pretty Girls Than One, Mountain Dew, Mr. Engineer, Old Home Place, The Wreck Of The Old '97, You Don't Know My Mind.

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