Can you Sound Like THIS Acoustic Blues Legend? • Acoustic Tuesday 246

Charlie Parr is one of the most under-the-radar living guitar legends out there. He’s known for his wild country blues and roots sound. In this video, you’ll learn how to sound like this guitar legend and learn some tips and tricks from my years of knowing and playing with him!

​ Charlie Parr is first and foremost a folk artist. He’s incredible talented, humble, and dedicated to carrying on the traditions of folk music. Whether its hill country blues or a one of his original compositions, I highly recommend you check out Charlie Parr!

Once you’ve gotten a taste of his sound, you’re probably wondering how you can incorporate his techniques and style into your own playing. Luck for you, that’s why I made this episode. I’ll be serving 10 guitar lessons to help you emulate Charlie Parr.

But more importantly, you’ll learn how to find your own sound via the wisdom of Charlie Parr — just watch the video and you’ll know what I mean!

Featured in this episode…

  • Charlie Parr
  • Smithsonian Folkways
  • Sam Bush
  • Taylor Guitars
  • Chicago Music Exchange

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  1. I really like the very simple advice to “play more”. I think that has been something that could have helped me from the beginning of my guitar journey and could still help me to this day. I think I’m gonna remember this and try stepping up my play time. The second very profound thing was the part about the “folk process”. He’s nobody special, but it is a privilege to be a part of it. Wow, that’s right on. I loved that he said he didn’t have to play well, he just had to play what he could play. That’s awesome.

  2. The first song I heard by Charlie Parr was “Walking Back from Willmar” and it’s still one of my favorites.