This month’s Guitar Accelerator Song of the Month is a popular fiddle tune called “Devil’s Dream”. This piece sounds great on guitar and is fun to play too. I’ve specifically arranged it to improve your pinkie strength.
This piece also uses string skipping, alternate picking, hammer-ons and pull-offs.
In this month’s Guitar Accelerator Song of the Month, we will look at a fun beginner to intermediate piece that will improve your alternate picking and string skipping technique.
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Today we will apply alternate picking, sweep picking and string skipping guitar techniques to a fun bluegrass piece from the 1800’s called “Jack Lamson’s Hornpipe”.
This piece offers quite a lot for guitar players. As I mentioned, the song is fun to play and works well at all tempos.