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Learn how to get that fiddley sound by learning beginner-level fiddle tunes and bluegrass songs, with technique tips for both hands and basic theory.
 
 
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In the second part of this lesson, you’ll learn the B part of “June Apple” phrase by phrase, as well as the “Georgia shuffle” bowing pattern, which works well on the B part. You’ll also learn how to add drone strings to the A and B parts.
 
 
 
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Red-Haired Boy  
 
Red-Haired Boy  
 
Red-Haired Boy, Part 2
Red-Haired Boy, Part 2
 
In this video, you’ll learn a more “notey” version of “Red-Haired Boy.” You should learn the basic version first, and then once you’ve learned this version, you can combine the two versions. Chad plays the “notey” version through and then breaks it down phrase by phrase, showing you the Nashville shuffle bowing pattern he uses along with the melody. He finishes by playing the whole tune through, showing you how he combines phrases from the basic version and the “notey” version.

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Peghead Nation old-time fiddle instructor plays William Stepp’s version of the classic tune.
 
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