content covered in this video includes the following:
of the Banjo
Pull-offs and Slides
Corn Cold Corn
Pretty Girls Than One
Blooper From a Cut Scene
Warren Yates Method is a
simple technique of learning to play by ear.Songs can be broken down into segments that often times are
common to every song.By
placing these segments together, we can create longer sections
which eventually become complete songs.By arranging them differently, we can create new pieces of
music more easily.
this video, you will learn many of the most common roles and runs
and how to use them; in addition to exercises that will help you
learn how to connect them with melody notes. Some of the old
standards are broken down so that you to can reproduce them.
Enclosed for your reference, is a chord chart of the entire neck.
was filmed at an old cabin and in a farm setting so that you not only
receive good, solid instruction, but is relaxing to watch. Special guest, Doug Trivette
Comment: As a young boy
from Hamlet, North Carolina, I remember the occasions when my
father and mother would take me to visit my cousin, Lloyd
Patterson. He lived so far back in the sticks that even daylight
had a hard time finding it. Though it was not much of an exciting
outing for a young boy, my heart did seem to skip beats when Lloyd
would pick his banjo with his old, thick, farmer fingernails.
In later years, Roy Clark and Earl Scruggs moved into
the limelight and again I had to have more of it; it was in my
blood for sure.At
that time and in my area, bluegrass music was not readily
available and I had a severe hunger for it.My Mother and two uncles, Fred and Henry Gibson, would
often play other instruments to give me all of the help and
guidance that they could.I
thank God for them.
In 2001, the internet became available to me and I
was connected to the world at last.Not only was more information available to me, but I was
able to see to it, that anyone with the desire to learn as I did,
would not lack. Leisure Unlimited, Inc. with www.projectsandhobbies.com
was created with free bluegrass music lessons.Because of so many requests for more, this video system was