Getting Started with Fills

Getting Started with Fills

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After you've been playing your guitar in enough jams, you'll notice that the better pickers are adding those cool "curly-cues" at the end of songs, the little ending licks that add so much spice to the song. These are known as "fills", and they all start with learning the good old "Lester Flatt G Run". We start this lesson by breaking down the G Run note-for-note, and then showing you both EZ and more advanced versions of this run, in the keys of G, C and D. Not only will we play it super slow for you till you get it, but then we put these runs into exercises so you can get used to using them in a real jam! Then at the end we show you three classic jam-songs, Nine Pound Hammer, Dark Hollow and I'll Fly Away, and give lots of time to practice adding your new fills to these songs. After this workout you will turn heads at jams as you throw in these sparkling licks whenever you wish.

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After you’ve been playing your guitar in enough jams, you’ll notice that the better pickers are adding those cool “curly-cues” at the end of songs, the little ending licks that add so much spice to the song. These are known as “fills”, and they all start with learning the good old “Lester Flatt G Run”. We start this lesson by breaking down the G Run note-for-note, and then showing you both EZ and more advanced versions of this run, in the keys of G, C and D. Not only will we play it super slow for you till you get it, but then we put these runs into exercises so you can get used to using them in a real jam! Then at the end we show you three classic jam-songs, Nine Pound Hammer, Dark Hollow and I’ll Fly Away, and give lots of time to practice adding your new fills to these songs. After this workout you will turn heads at jams as you throw in these sparkling licks whenever you wish.

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