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50 Licks: Country Style

50 Licks: Country Style
Hal Leonard

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SKU DVD260
Author Troy Dexter
Format DVD
Duration 62 minutes
Publisher Hal Leonard
Departments Acoustic & Fingerstyle Guitar
 
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In this incredible DVD, Troy takes you step-by-step through classic country style licks that can also be used in other contexts such as blues, rock and rockabilly. Troy demonstrates pedal steel licks, bluegrass licks, cascading licks and licks using harmonics, intervals, triads, bends, chromatic passages, arpeggios, open strings and double stops. All licks are played in context and demonstrated slowly with an explanation of the techniques used. This DVD presents an insightful look at country guitar. It is truly a unique opportunity to learn from one of today's finest guitarist instructors.

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