Category: Teaching

Lessons and information that do not fall into the fiddle lessons category.

Here is a quick video from me explaining how I chop chords on the fiddle, along with a chord sheet showing the finger positions for two different upbeat chops for every chord. You don’t have to play both, just choose …

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 This is an online fiddle lesson for “Fidget Spinner” by John Cockman. BluegrassDaddy.com is your best source for Bluegrass, Old Time, Celtic, Gospel, and Country fiddle lessons! Genre: Teaching Skill Level: Intermediate Key of D You may download and use …

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Playing scales with modal chord progressions is the perfect way to develop your improvisational skills. The reason for this is that no matter what chord is being played, the melodic instrument still has only the basic seven notes to choose …

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by: Great Scott Disclaimer:  This review is for educational purposes only.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s) and in no way reflect those of BluegrassDaddy.com.  The information herein is designed as reference material only, and in no …

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Hi everyone, you are all invited to be part of our Spring Waltz compillation; “Ashokan Farewell.” The due date is Monday, May 4th! [wordpress_file_upload uploadpath=”uploads/ashokan/” uploadrole=”administrator,bbp_participant,s2member_level1,s2member_level2,s2member_level3,s2member_level4″ maxsize=”1000000000″ uploadtitle=”Upload your Ashokan Farewell Video Here!” notify=”true” notifyrecipients=”john@bluegrassdaddy.com” successmessagecolor=”#1e73be”] NOTE: This upload box …

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