Chicken Pickin' Solo #2 includes various chicken picking related techniques such as: hybrid picking, behind-the-nut bends, steel guitar bends, double-stops and banjo rolls.
This lesson is an introductory etude to steel guitar simulation bends. It contains a variety of bends as well as a key modulation. This lesson also utilizes a hybrid (claw style) right-hand picking technique.
Country song for slap & hybrid picking technique practice in dropped D tuning.
This lesson covers three different chicken pickin' licks that can be used in rhythm or lead playing. It stresses the use of hybrid picking along with double-stops and pentatonic scales.
This song focuses on a simple concept inspired by John Mayer.
This lesson covers a chicken picking style solo that includes various related techniques such as: open-string pull-offs, steel guitar bends, and banjo rolls.
In this lesson I play a Country Folk song using Hybrid Picking technique to play arpeggios. It sounds like Albert Lee music.
In this guitar lesson I used a classic taste of the old country and blues style. Delta bluesmen like Skip James, John Hurt, Big Joe Williams and Charlie Patton use this kind of rhythm.
This is my first country lesson where you can find hybrid picking, alternate picking, slides and bendings.
Techniques involved: alternate picking, "chicken" picking, use of open strings, bends.
This lesson is a fragment of one of my own compositions.
A standard country progression packed full of killer riffs, some great improvisation tips and the theory that ties it all together
In this lesson we will look at many double stops and triplet style licks important to get a chicken picking sound.
Cool sounding slow-paced country solo in 3/4 time signature
Alternate picking, pull-offs and hammer-ons, hybrid picking, "chicken" picking, bends and double bends, use of open strings, even "fake" steel guitar technique. Hop inside!
This part is mostly about rhythmical patterns. No tricky runs, only rhythmic chops that gives us that country vibe.