Custom Video Lessons
Welcome to my Custom Lessons page! People often order custom video lessons from me and I am now making the ones I have already created available for purchase to all of you. Scroll down through the list and grab anything you like. Put your song choice in the text box when you click the PayPal button and I will send you the private link to the video as soon as I am alerted of the purchase. Make sure that the email address associated with your PayPal purchase is valid. I will be sending your video link to that address. Thanks!
Also, please feel free to order your own custom lesson. Just $30 and I'll create a 10-15 minute video breaking down any tune, song, or concept you'd like. All video lessons are posted as unlisted videos on YouTube. That way you can use the playback speed feature to slow them down and work with them at your own pace.
Whether you are purchasing an existing lesson or ordering your own, please do not share the video links with anyone else - much appreciated.
Video Lessons Currently Available for Purchase $20
Strawberry Wine (Deana Carter)
John Rice (from the John Hartford Fiddle Tune Project)
You Can't Outrun the River (Shannon Slaughter)
Don't this Road Look Rough and Rocky
Pretty Fair Maid (Mandolin Orange)
Whiskey Before Breakfast beginner and intermediate
Pass Me Not (Kenny Baker)
Amazing Grace key of A
Midnight on the Water/Bonaparte's Retreat Medley
Amazing Grace (Andy Leftwich style)
Bitter Creek (Art Stamper)
Soppin' the Gravy (Texas style)
Cry Cry Darlin'
Sally Goodin (Texas style)
White Freightliner Blues
Jerusalem Ridge Variations
Yellow Rose Waltz
I Don't Love Nobody (key of A Texas style)
Diamond Joe (The Onlies)
Gentle on My Mind
East Tennessee Blues (Bobby Hicks double stop version)
The Fox (Nickel Creek)
Peaches and Cream
Pachelbel Canon in D
Beaumont Rag (key of D bluegrass jam style)
Order Your Own Custom Lesson $40
Is there a particular tune or concept you need me to help you learn? I will record a full breakdown of every note, bowing, and phrase and send it to you as a video you can work with over and over until it makes perfect sense. This is especially useful for people who are working in a band and need to learn the fiddle parts to a popular song or for someone who encounters common jam songs and wants to be able to jump in and contribute.