Fingerpicking Hank Williams

Toby Walker

Guitar Arrangements for Western Swing and Honky Tonk Classics

One hour, 40 Minute DVD, includes music and tab
  • Code:DLWKRHW21
  • Skill Level:Early Intermediate (3)
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Learn fingerpicking guitar instrumental versions of some of the most popular country songs ever written: Your Cheatin’ Heart, Move It On Over, My Bucket’s Got a Hole In It, Hey Good Lookin’! and Honky Tonkin’.

 The solo guitar arrangements of these timeless classics are fun to play and will build your fingerpicking skills, expand your fretboard knowledge and show you some really cool licks!

You can choose how complicated you want your arrangements to get. Hank Williams’ tunes are simple enough for easy strumming and perfect for more advanced alternate-thumb Travis-style picking, so there's something here for everyone. 

Toby performs each song, then uses it as a jumping off place to explore a variety of exciting guitar moves. He shows you swing chords, picking techniques, double stops, bluesy licks, walking basses, improvised single string lines and how to add “tinsel” to a basic melody. By the time you’ve worked through this wonderful lesson you’ll have five iconic country songs to add to your repertoire.

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Bob Moore 1 year, 11 months ago

I bought this dvd last night, and emailed Toby my thoughts. And I'd like to share them with everyone.

" I want to say how much I think I'm going to enjoy this set of lessons. The arrangements I heard in your promo for it knocked me on the floor.
And now, listening to Your Cheating Heart going from one key to the other to the other - heck I can't get off the floor.
Thanks, man. It's hard to find any Country lessons that I enjoy. Tired of Wildwood Flower ya know.
If you ever, ever do any Waylon Jennings stuff, please keep me in mind. I'll be front of the line."

The songs don't appear to be anything I can't handle. I'm about an early intermediate with fingerpicking.
Hope this is helpful for others.
Bob

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