Country Rhythm Guitar Fill Riffs Up the Neck with 1st Position Scales – Easy Guitar Lesson Tutorial

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Lesson ID: A0117

In this lesson, we’re going to travel up the neck in the key of G using the 1st position hybrid country guitar scales. I’ll teach you the four main scales you need to learn in the 1st position and I’ll show you how to use these scales to get a country and bluegrass sound out of your guitar. Then I’ll show you some of my favorite country and bluegrass fill riffs in the 1st position key of G.

The Gear I Use:
Acoustic Guitar Strings – Woodtone Country Series
Acoustic Guitar – Martin D18 Ambertone Finish, Collings D2H, Atkin D28, Martin D-16GT, Martin D-15
Guitar Pick – BlueChip TP40
Thumb Pick – Dunlop 9003P White Plastic Thumbpicks, Large
Capo – Shub S1 Deluxe

View the Fill Riff Course Outline

Visit to learn a ton of common bluegrass flatpicking guitar licks that you can play at your next bluegrass jam. We’ll break down all guitar lick with tablature and I’ll show you how you can use these licks with the majority of bluegrass songs. Several of these flatpicking licks are in the key of G and they’re designed to help you improvise your guitar solo in bluegrass fiddle tunes like Red Haired Boy, Salt Creek, Gold Rush, Cripple Creek, Cherokee Shuffle, etc.

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