Old-Time Gospel Crosspicking Guitar Solos by Dix Bruce. Crosspicking is a stunning and beautiful guitar technique played with a flatpick. It has a unique sound (see audio samples below) that in some ways mimics a three-finger guitar or five-string banjo roll yet is completely different from either. Aimed at intermediate and advanced guitar players. These solos will make a delightful contribution to any guitarist’s repertoire.

 

Book/downloadable audio – $19.99

If you’d also like a CD version of the audio, click below to order the CD. $6.00

Click here to see the video with Dix Bruce explaing What is Crosspicking?

Additional Details

Chords, melodies (in tablature and standard notation) and lyrics to all the solos plus extensive instruction in the crosspicking style

Recordings of EVERY song at both slow and regular speeds are included on the downloadable audio.

• Melodies • Tablature • Chords • Lyrics• 96 pages
• Extensive instruction in the Crosspicking style
• Useful tips on transposing to different keys for singers
• Recordings of EVERY song at both slow and regular speeds
• FREE downloadable Old Time Gospel Lyrics booklet!

 

Old-Time Gospel Crosspicking Guitar Solos is Dix’s second crosspicking guitar book. His first was Christmas Crosspicking Solos for Guitar.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Jesus Loves Me
Great Speckled Bird
Down in My Heart
The Wayfaring Stranger
Will the Circle be Unbroken Key of A
What a Friend We Have in Jesus Key of C
This Little Light of Mine
Just as I Am
Leave it There
Lily of the Valley
Do Lord
I am a Pilgrim
O Store Gud
The Church in the Wildwood
Pass Me Not
In the Garden
Angel Band
Have Thine Own Way Lord
Old Time Religion
Just a Closer Walk With Thee
What a Friend We Have in Jesus Key of D
Lord, I’m Coming Home
I Shall Not Be Moved
Drifting Too Far from the Shore
Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb?
Life’s Railway to Heaven
Will the Circle Be Unbroken Key of D
Lonesome Valley
Give Me Oil
The Old Rugged Cross

Click here to see a short video on the C major scale on Guitar. Scales are the basic element from which most melodies are derived. If you want to play melodies on the guitar it makes sense to know how scales are constructed and how to play them. This video will get you started with a simple C scale.