36 Licks In The Key Of A - (With No Capo!) for Dobro®

36 Licks In The Key Of A - (With No Capo!) for Dobro®

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Difficulty Level
= Beginning - Intermediate

Duration = Video #1 (Over 2 hours & 30 minutes) - Video #2 (Over 18 Minutes)

This Lesson Includes:
- 1 Video Teaching All 36 Licks in Great Detail
- 1 Video as a Quickstart where I play all 36 Licks several times so you can hear how they sound if you don't need the instructional video, and just want a Quick Reference of the Licks
- 5 Mp3 Practice Tracks to Jam Along With!!
- 10 Pages of TABLATURE with Right Hand Fingering
- 3 Diagrams Covering the Key of A - Major Scales, Pentatonics, and Blues Scales

What This Lesson Covers:
In this lesson, I have written out 10 pages of Tablature covering 36 Licks In The Key of A in Standard Open G Tuning (GBDGBD). Normally people need to use a Capo to play in the Key of A. However, in this lesson I show you how to use the open strings to your advantage! The Key of A with no Capo is great for playing Blues and the majority of these licks are Blues Licks. However, you can also use them for Bluegrass and even Western Swing. In this video I also talk about what scales and chord tones these licks are derived from.

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SKUSKU16258

Difficulty Level = Beginning - Intermediate

Duration = Video #1 (Over 2 hours & 30 minutes) - Video #2 (Over 18 Minutes)

This Lesson Includes:
- 1 Video Teaching All 36 Licks in Great Detail
- 1 Video as a Quickstart where I play all 36 Licks several times so you can hear how they sound if you don't need the instructional video, and just want a Quick Reference of the Licks
- 5 Mp3 Practice Tracks to Jam Along With!!
- 10 Pages of TABLATURE with Right Hand Fingering
- 3 Diagrams Covering the Key of A - Major Scales, Pentatonics, and Blues Scales

What This Lesson Covers:
In this lesson, I have written out 10 pages of Tablature covering 36 Licks In The Key of A in Standard Open G Tuning (GBDGBD). Normally people need to use a Capo to play in the Key of A. However, in this lesson I show you how to use the open strings to your advantage! The Key of A with no Capo is great for playing Blues and the majority of these licks are Blues Licks. However, you can also use them for Bluegrass and even Western Swing. In this video I also talk about what scales and chord tones these licks are derived from.

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