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Hear Ross Nickerson perform six Earl Scruggs banjo classics at two speeds followed by detailed instruction with many Scruggs' Style insights and tips. Hear hard to get licks slowed down and get banjo instruction from someone that knows how to help you build a foundation. The valuable lessons on Scruggs banjo style you'll learn from this book and two CD's can help every aspect of your banjo playing.
This Scruggs Style method is the key to learning proper bluegrass 3 finger technique. Six crucial Earl Scruggs Standards are demonstrated up to speed and slower with full band followed by a step by step walk through of each song. The songs include up the neck solos and rhythm tracks to play a long with.
Songs Include: Lonesome Road Blues, Little Darlin' Pal of Mine, Fireball Mail, Groundspeed, Sally Goodwin, and Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Soundbytes of Ross's recordings of these tunes taught with the book and CDs: Lonesome Road Blues Little Darlin' Pal of Mine Fireball Mail Groundspeed Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Includes up the neck solos and breaks for Foggy Mountain Breakdown, Little Darlin' Pal of Mine, Fireball Mail, a solid low break for Lonesome Road Blues, and some other tasteful innovations in solid bluegrass Scruggs Style.
I love the way the tablature is displayed, it really suits my learning style, as well as the audio and visual components are superb for me, I've never had that before. Sometimes you run across a player you can really " hear " and that was the case for me with Ross' material. Best wishes, Albie
Click the link to hear Ross Nickerson playing Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Foggy Mountain Breakdown
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Aug 20, 2015
No wonder his site is named "BanjoTeacher.com"
If I can get more actual lessons from Ross through the internet without having to chase him all over the world, then I will gladly pay the price asked! No wonder his site is named "BanjoTeacher.com" - that's exactly What he is!
Recommended to buy: Yes