Brooks Robertson’s 30 Fingerpicking Patterns You MUST Know Tutorial — Truefire — Free download

Rhythmic Tools to Support the Harmony & Melody of Fingerstyle Guitar Songs

This collection of 30 versatile fingerpicking patterns from Brooks Robertson will significantly expand your vocabulary of patterns to provide you with a much wider range of creative options for accompaniment, arrangements, and composing your own original songs. Learning these patterns is also your gateway to developing the various techniques necessary to play fingerstyle guitar across all styles.

Brooks shows you picking patterns innovated by many legends of fingerstyle guitar such as Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed, Tommy Emmanuel, Buster B. Jones, Marcel Dadi, and many more.

”I’ll show you 6 picking patterns in the Boom-Chick alternating bass style – they’re great for country, folk, Americana, and blues. Then we’ll dive into 9 Jerry Reed style patterns, which work with a wide range of musical styles. Next, you’ll pick up on 5 Banjo roll picking patterns, which can be used in a multitude of applications. We’ll wind up with a stylistic mixture of 10 patterns ranging from fingernail clicking, Bossa Nova style patterns, folk patterns, and simple waltz patterns.”

Brooks will explain and demonstrate all of the key concepts and techniques along the way. You’ll get standard notation and tabs for all of the fingerpicking patterns. Plus, you’ll be able to use TrueFire’s learning tool to sync the tab and notation to the video and can also loop or slow down the videos so that you can work with the lessons at your own pace.

Grab your guitar and let’s get pickin’ with Brooks Robertson!

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