How to make a G-Scale on your guitar
In Bluegrass, you will often be in the key of G which means you will frequently be changing chords to C. In this lesson, Wayne teaches you different fingering options for the G chord to help you most efficiently change chords.
Wayne Erbsen at Warren Wilson College October 4, 2009 demonstrating a minstrel banjo. Wayne plays the pre-Civil War tune Pattyroller in the clawhammer style.
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Since the movie O Brother came out in 2000, bluegrass music has had a new burst of popularity. This is a strange phenomenon because by its truest definition, there was very little music in the film that could be honestly be called “bluegrass.” To try to clear this up, let’s back up and explain what… Read More »
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Barbara Swell Book $5.95 Reminisce about a simpler time as four 20th century mountain pioneer women share their cooking secrets. These great old-time cooks stir in their own wisdom and tales of growing up on rural farms, where they prepared delicious meals by lantern light on wood cookstoves. Included are heirloom recipes, proverbs, folk remedies,… Read More »
Western North Carolina has long been fertile ground for the growth of bluegrass music. In fact, no other region or state has contributed so much to its development.