Country Guitar Lessons - By Ken Carlson
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Basic Bar Chord Chart - E, F, G & A
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w you can learn how to play country guitar, chicken pickin style, quickly and easily with these no-nonsense instructional dvd's. Every lesson is straight forward and to the point! Download versions available as well. Each video lesson is approximately one and a half hour in length and includes a CD containing Jam Tracks, Tabs and more!
Country Guitar Licks Instructional DVD And Download Lessons
Hi Ken,I started guitar late in life (60) and have gone from blues to classic rock to country. I have enjoyed your dvd's and am looking forward to this one. I like the whole working man blues song. from the rhythm part to the licks. Thanks for this, David
Hi Ken! I've just started the download for working man blues, I can't wait! You're really making a huge contribution to my playing and I think to other guitarists all over the world! You really know how to make something stick, in your playing and your teaching and I think I am privileged to have someone with such great knowledge to learn from. I'll let you know what I think of the DVD, but I bet it will be as good as your previous ones!I would also but you up there with the greats! Peet
The videos look brilliant and are at your usual very high standard. I got some work to do !
Just wanted to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and happy new year. I have't started on "Folsom" yet. Still working on " wound up". I got it in memory, just need to get it sounding right. I have mentioned your web site to others, hope they respond. I have a lot of Doug Seven's vid's. You may know him. He is good and has a ton of videos but, I prefer the way you teach and explain. It's more to the point. Thanks, take care Oran
Tonight I have had time to work my way through the whole working man video. The video and the licks are so good. With these three videos in E, G and A, you've helped me a lot in becoming a better country guitar player. What's left to do is only some practicing. I will go back to the first DVD in G and start from the beginning and see what I've missed and what I'll understand better this time. Michael