To provide you with a better idea regarding the contents of the book, the following pages are from the chapter about diminished chords. Other links to the book can be found at Applied Rhythm Guitar, and the table of contents at Applied Rhythm Guitar – Table of Contents.
Purchase Includes Answering Your Questions Over Skype! As Well As: All Updates to Future Editions! Published May 8, 2017, the Second Edition of “Applied Rhythm Guitar with Texas Style Walking Bass Lines”, includes an additional fifty pages while remaining devoted to actually showing ways to easily use (what appears to be, but really is not) […]
To help understand the difference between Texas Style fiddling and other styles, the following consists of an email conversation I had with Tom Weisgerber where we attempted to explain the relationship between Texas Style fiddlers and their guitar players. Along the way, we also delved into some of the actual mechanics of the guitar style […]
Fiddle Contests are a Life-Long, Small Muscle, Participatory Sport! Parents of kids playing in fiddle contests: I urge you to learn to play rhythm guitar so you can play music with them on or off the stage. Fiddle contests are a life-long, small muscle, participatory sport. Unlike large-muscle organized sports run by adults who permit […]
The idea for this type of collection of chord charts began somewhere around 1990 when I became exposed to the wide variety of songs played by participants in the National Old Time Fiddlers’ Contest in Weiser, Idaho. At that time, as a budding rhythm guitar player, I found myself immensely confused by the equally wide […]