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chickin pickin

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highonbodominflames  
9 Jan 2009 10:35 | Quote
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im trying to learn some chickin pickin but i dont know where to learn from

what are some good chickin pickin songs to learn
telecrater  
9 Jan 2009 10:43 | Quote
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there are some youtube videos on it. not sure if you have netflix but they offer some guitar lesson dvd's and there are several about chicken picking

Ozzfan486  
9 Jan 2009 16:26 | Quote
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What kind? Like country, southern rock? Kind of like what Zakk Wylde's technique is [If you took away all the PHs].
telecrater  
9 Jan 2009 17:06 | Quote
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Chicken picking is usually found country guitar. You pick with your pick and also strum and pluck with your other fingers. It's really fast.

this video is funny but not a good example.



here is a better example and a lesson too.

soy.el.che  
9 Jan 2009 18:34 | Quote
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sounds great.. id like to playthat... the first one will be in my favorites. lol. LOL
guitarmastergod  
9 Jan 2009 19:20 | Quote
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isnt finger picking in classical as well, cause u have to use ur thumb as well as ur index.
BodomBeachTerror  
9 Jan 2009 19:47 | Quote
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classical finger picking and chicken picking are different i think
league  
9 Jan 2009 22:53 | Quote
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Classical playing is extremely more complex but Chicken picking is a good start.

JazzMaverick  
10 Jan 2009 11:42 | Quote
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Tele, that video is hilarious.

Check out "Guthrie Govan - Rhode Island Shred". Perfect for what you're looking for.



I'd look into some Garth Brooks, he's got some awesome tracks that should be some sort of challenge to you. Others of his are just country.
telecrater  
10 Jan 2009 12:21 | Quote
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This guy is the reason I've been looking into country music more for inspiration. I'm not into metal like some of y'all are. but some of them fellers got some skills and shred as well as anyone.

I've been listening to some of the more underground country acts. They have not quite been corrupted by Nashville yet, like Hank Williams III, Reckless Kelly, Lucero, Son Volt, and Uncle Tupelo.

Garth Brooks was a marketing major who worked as a bouncer and Played the game to the CEO's of music row.

Anyone who's interested should watch a series of 3 videos on Nashville called "Trashville". You'll laugh your cry you want to let your inner redneck out (ok kidding about the redneck thing)



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