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So over last couple of months I've been trying to really focus and be more systematic about my practicing. One of my new goals has been to stylize my playing more to the music I play, which is bluegrass. I think one of the ways to do that is to learn some of the common phrases (also called "licks") that fiddlers use and really learn them and incorporate them into my playing. Making a video of it helps cement it AND helps me remember the licks down the road. Here's the first one for the year. This works for the key of A.
Thanks SD glad it's useful.
If I had had more time I would've looked for a few common songs that this would work in. Because I find that the hardest is applying it out of the context I learned it in.
Awesome. Yes, I would love to see/hear it in a song.
Opportunity is often missed because it wears suspenders and looks like hard work.
If I get achance I'll post part of the song im using it in.
I didn't do a video, but this is a sound clip from a solo that I'm using it in.
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