Bluegrass, tuning key, dips, Brent Mason, Brad Paisley, jim Campilongo, James Burton, Jerry Donahue, Don Rich, Danny Gatton, Jonny Hiland, claw, hybrid picking, double-stops, chicken picking, hammer-on, pull-off, behind the nut, bendsby Chris Shofner
country waltz, Brent Mason, Brad Paisley, Albert Lee, jim Campilongo, James Burton, Jerry Donahue, Don Rich, Danny Gatton, Jonny Hiland, claw, hybrid picking, double-stops, chicken picking, hammer-on, pull-off, behind the nut, bendsby Chris Shofner
Brent Mason, James Burton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, George Benson, Don Rich, Danny Gatton, Jim Campilongo, John Scofield, steel guitar bends, chicken picking, banjo rolls, tone control swells, double-stops, fusionby Chris Shofner
hybrid picking, right hand, chicken picking, double stops, triple stops, quadruple stops, pull-offs, fastby Chris Shofner
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The "Country and Western Solo" lesson cover a vintage 1940s/1950s style country solo. This early era of country music has some of the hallmark sounds of today but it has a closer connection to Jazz and Blues, and as "country guitar" players as we often think of them were just developing. Studio musicians typically had a foundation in Jazz and Blues styles of the time.
Also the solid body electric guitar was not successfully marketed until 1948 by Leo Fender (The Broadcaster - later to become the Telecaster). Therefore, the tone is more akin to hollow body style electric guitars. Also, string bends were not very common at this time as most players were using heavier gauge strings - and even a wound 3rd string (G).