This lesson teaches how to reinforce open-string melody notes by sliding into them on a lower string. This is one of the most important skills to acquire as a flatpicker!
This is the first time I’ve used my new Crowder D18 on a lesson…it has a huge sound!
Wow, that guitar sounds really good right now and after it opens up a bit more, it will be absolutely amazing.
Great sounding guitar. Huge midrange and cut. Crazy/cool looking top wood. Sweet!
I like the lesson as well.
I haven’t attempted the advanced version on guitar but I did attempt the intermediate lesson on banjo a while back. I struggled with it and never learned it. I’m excited to try this on guitar.
Ha! I was automatically thinking you had a David Crowder signature Martin. I don’t even know if he has a signature guitar or a Martin
The advanced version took me some time to learn, but it is so worth it because it is a lot of fun to play. The really syncopated parts took a little more practice but they sound really sweet.
I don’t know if it’s the guitar itself or the microphone, but that guitar sounds amazing.
Ben, you’re an outstanding musician, in my opinion the best on the planet. Thank you so much for bringing us these fantastic lessons.