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This instructional book uses commercial recordings from 70 different "sides" from the 1920s and early 1930s as the basis for learning guitar backup techniques commonly used in old-time country music. Covers: boom-chick patterns, bass runs, uses of the pentatonic scale, rhythmic variations, minor chromatic nuances, the use of chromatic passing tones, licks based on chords or chord progressions, more. Note/tab. 84 pp.

Old-Time Country Guitar Backup Basics

by Joseph Weidlich

SKU: 49-1389

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This instructional book uses commercial recordings from 70 different "sides" from the 1920s and early 1930s as the basis for learning guitar backup techniques commonly used in old-time country music. Covers: boom-chick patterns, bass runs, uses of the pentatonic scale, rhythmic variations, minor chromatic nuances, the use of chromatic passing tones, licks based on chords or chord progressions, more. Note/tab. 84 pp.
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This instructional book uses commercial recordings from 70 different "sides" from the 1920s and early 1930s as the basis for learning guitar backup techniques commonly used in old-time country music. Covers: boom-chick patterns, bass runs, uses of the pentatonic scale, rhythmic variations, minor chromatic nuances, the use of chromatic passing tones, licks based on chords or chord progressions, more. Note/tab. 84 pp.