Background Tips and Tricks

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    Paul McDonald
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    I would appreciate your advise on developing skills to play with others.  Possibly you could share some of your favorite kick-offs and endings and short fill-ins.  Any other favorite licks that you like to use, would be great.

    Thanks for these great lessons.

    Paul McDonald

    #70437
    fiddlewood
    fiddlewood
    Participant

    Paul

    Don’t know if you’ve seen these yet, but might be worth a look for starters….

    https://bluegrassdaddy.com/chording-on-the-fiddle/

    https://bluegrassdaddy.com/forums/topic/share-your-favorite-tags-fills-riffs-licks/

    Dave

    #70470

    John Cockman
    Keymaster

    I definitely need more of this type of lesson. I was thinking just today how easy it would be to transition from the chording video into a tutorial on how to jam with cajun music. (Someone was asking me about Jambalaya cajun style.) The best advice is probably to just hang out in the major scale of the key that the song is in, don’t get too fancy and don’t play over top of others. 🙂

    I definitely need a compilation of favorite kickoffs and endings!

    #70472
    cricket
    cricket
    Participant

    I love Cajun fiddle sounds.

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