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Video Courses

Rhythm and Backup 
For Fiddle

Get all my PDFs and Videos on playing rhythm and backup for fiddle. This course is for you if you'd like to:

-Learn to play through chord changes

-Play with confidence behind other instruments

-Support a singer (Yourself or others) 

-Contribute to the band "Groove"

-Get out of the habit of playing the same licks

-Join a bluegrass, country, or folk jam/band 

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Mandolin Backup Essentials

Get all my PDFs and Videos on playing backup for Mandolin

This course is for you if you'd like to:

-Feel freer as an improviser

-Play tastier fills behind a singer or in your break

-Get out of the habit of playing the same licks

-Join a bluegrass, country, or folk jam/band 

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All Purpose Fiddle Licks

Practice these licks to develop the "language of Bluegrass" - Always practice licks in the context of REAL music and chord changes if you want them to come out in your improvisation

Purchase includes:

-1 hour video play-along demonstration

-PDF with Hyperlinked examples

Bobby Hicks Licks and Tricks

Learn some killer Bobby Hicks fiddle breaks and licks and get them transposed to keys where you’ll find them most useful in a jam setting. Included are famous licks such as the waterfall arpeggio.

10-time Grammy winner Bobby Hicks is known for two major achievements in his professional life as a bluegrass fiddler: his flawless work on a series of now legendary instrumentals that were recorded in the middle and late 1950s while he was a member of Bill Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys and for his near quarter-century tenure with country/bluegrass headliner Ricky Skaggs and the band Kentucky Thunder.

Purchase includes:

-1 hour video play-along demonstration

-PDF with Hyperlinked examples

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