In this lesson, we’ll be taking a look at an original composition entitled ‘The Colorado Train’ in the key of G. As the title states, the tune has a ‘Colorado Bluegrass’ or ‘Jam-Grass’ feel/sound to my ears. This is an intermediate to an advanced arrangement where we’ll be combining Major and Major Pentatonic scales to create an open and more expressive sound. We’ll be working our way across the fretboard learning to move up and down into different positions. This arrangement will be full of hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, cross-picking, and overall Flatpicking techniques.
Also, make note of the enhanced backing tracks for this lesson. They’ve been created by a professional musician in Nashville, TN. So, they will provide lots of energy and inspiration when playing along. 🙂 Go ahead and give it a listen below
This lesson includes:
– PDF Tabs and Notation
– 45 Minutes of up-close video
– 3 Practice Tracks at 160, 180, and 200 BPM (With and without lead) BPM
– Broken up into 4 separate videos so you can move around easier
– Slow Walk Through Clip of the arrangement