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Learn easy Bluegrass + Country licks on harmonica - big fun!

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13 Lessons (1h 13m)
    • 1. BCL1 promo

    • 2. BCL2 intro

    • 3. BCL4 train

    • 4. BCL5 scales

    • 5. BCL6 warm up

    • 6. BCL7 Buddy's loop

    • 7. BCL8 riff 1

    • 8. BCL9 riff 3

    • 9. BCL10 riff3 6

    • 10. BCL11 riff 7

    • 11. BCL12 riff8

    • 12. BCL13 riff 9

    • 13. BCL15 outro

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Discover amazing hidden bluegrass riffs for harmonica and play fast and fluid like a Bluegrass Master, you can do it!

Here's a course that will open the door to bluegrass, country and Celtic music for you.

This will give your skills a huge boost and show you a world of new possibilities!

You will learn some chugging rhythms, some useful scales and how to warm up with them as a starting point.

Then you will see how we can take impossibly fast music, slow it down and learn to play it.

This will be a fun and exciting challenge and your playing will come on leaps and bounds!

There is a backing track so you can practice at three different speeds in lecture 5. It has one minute at a slow speed, one minute at a medium speed and, you guessed it, one minute at a fast pace (75% of the original Buddy version)

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1. BCL1 promo: welcome to the course. Thanks for taking a look at it now. Did you ever want to play like this theme? Well, so do I. Also did I. And now I can do it. But maybe not as fast is that. And you might be saying the same thing. It's too fast. It's too fast. We'll fiddle. Music is pretty fast, you know. Did you? Did you do the easy easy for them to play, isn't it? They don't have to breathe Well, I mean have to breathe, but they don't have to breathe through the instrument to play. So we have more difficulty with that kind of thing. But what we've done here is we've broken down a lot off buddy greens soloing his improvising Oh, slowly based on orange blossom special. And you may have seen of course, I've done on that before. It didn't have any improvising it'll So this is You could say this is part two to that course, but it is a standalone course improvising in bluegrass, country music, Irish music. I know with Irish music. Sometimes you just you play the tune and then you play three times and you play another one of this set with two or three chins. Um, if you want to perform it, you might want to get into the improvising. So this is all about how to break down these super ultra high speed pieces so it don't all that I'll give it to you all written down on, I'll give you some backing tracks you can play along with, and you will be able to do it. And I can guarantee that if you stick with the course, if you stick with, of course, you will be able to do it. If you follow everything, so have a look at it. See what you think. This is the kind of playing you will be able to achieve. Maybe not quite so fast as this. But this is Buddy Green doing his thing. So come on in. Press the button, join up. So what you think? I hope you enjoy it. Bye. For now. 2. BCL2 intro: Hi there. Welcome to the course. This is all about bluegrass licks for harmonica, bluegrass, country music, Irish music, fiddle tune music. Basically, we're gonna use as our basis the orange blossom special on Buddy Greens version of it. You might have taken my course on that tune already. If not, you can get hold of it. Just just Google that you can find it. That's the Orange Blossom special Blue grass track there. Now, in that course, we did the tune, the checks, the harmonica, swapping, all that kind of stuff. We did the all different parts of the melody, but we didn't do any improvising because we reckon it was just too hard to do it. So since then, what I've been doing is breaking down body greens, improvising and trying to work out what he's doing and trying to sort of clone it and copy it and figure the whole thing out. Turns out it's mostly built on major pentatonic scales on. He's playing in second position major, which I think is pretty common from what I've heard. So in this course, we're going to explore how he's doing it. We're gonna break down all of his soloing, leaving all of it, But a good deal of it on the idea is that it should. This should give you an intro into playing improvised music with this rhythmic style on this particular major pentatonic feel. If you're a blues player and I play a lot of blues, other things as well. But I played on Please, This is challenging because you always thinking of bending notes. Cyril was thinking of the flat seven. Um, we have to try and avoid that flat seven. In this type of music, it just sounds out of place. I mean, you can use it as a party note, but it sounds pretty much out of place. So why don't you jump on in, get this course, get started, Andi, see if you like it. I think you'll find it's very, very interesting. Challenging, but interesting. And don't be afraid, because all this stuff is Did it edited, edited it. We're gonna break it all down into diddle diddle diddle diddle diddled. Nice, slow rhythmic patterns, which will resolve onto the tonic note so it's gonna be nice and neat and tidy. So if you just hear a barrage of sound, don't panic. It'll be all right. I'll talk you through it. I'll hold your hand. Walk is rivet. Okay? See you inside is five now? 3. BCL4 train: Hi there. Want it? We start by listening to body greens version of a song. This is the whole thing. At normal speed we will be able to slow it down later. Using transcribe have a listen way The numbers on the top rips we're gonna dio very goes into the tugging part Speeds up again No crossing up but chugging part again Here tune speeds up again I thought OK. So richly deserved a round of applause at the end. No, we transcribe weaken slow down from 100% down to 15%. Um, which helps us to learn. So don't let that speed put you off. We can't do that, speed. Of course we can't. You have to do it for years to get to that speed. And we are not planning to do that now. The first bit the train sound the truck There he starts it very slow, which is kind of him. Let's just cover liquid. Listen to that theme here. How beautifully rhythmic It is so nice. It's a nice little charges. No, I'm gonna just highlight a certain part of that. Let's see if we can to see if that's the bit that we want. So listen to this. Okay? That's enough, actually. Way catch the loop because it's changes speed. So how does he play this? Um let's just take a simple unless you're gonna need to see harmonica 10 hole diatonic, you see to draw twice to blow twice, one drawer twice and to blow twice. So interested with me now such too B b e three way has that feeling. Might wanna pause there and practice that. And then when you've done that, you should be able to play a bit faster. And I think when you speed up, you would want to be You know, we're tongue This now stepped upto tiptoe When you speed up, that's not gonna work. You'll need a different strategy. So why not try Taka? Taka, Taka Taka That sounds something like what he does, and we also spending the cords into it. I think I also noticed that you can hear the single notes in there. So it's something like so single note chord. I can hear that dot, dot, dot dot That's what stands out of this for me. But you did it one of the speed You can do it. Nice and slow. Yeah, I'm emphasizing on those strong beats. A single note. Tic tac tic tac unit years. Get that. Okay, practice that. That is your practice on. Then after that, we'll get into some more single note playing you can do it. Turned blocked all pocket for the rest of this course. As you wish. Um, hey, does tongue block? But I think with this speed, I think he's puckering most the time. We should ask him. Shouldn't way. Okay, See you later. 4. BCL5 scales: I think one of the ways we're going to get this is by having some scales under our belt. Now the country music on bluegrass music that, in my experience on the harmonica tends to use second position major. So its second edition. But we don't want that Blue Z five draw in there. You don't want this theme. There's a lot of difference between bluegrass and blues. Bluegrass is very better than identity. They did it very much on the beat, with nice phrases resolved. Did it at the data that I did it out down, right, Nate and tidy and usually fast. We don't have to play fast, whereas blues is much more relaxed. So what? I mean, this second position second position would normally give you that flat seven field five drawer. So you want to try and avoid using five drawer. Or you can retune to make your five drawer from F two f sharp. Or you can play it with an overblow. If you can do that, Charlie McCoy returns to have his five drawer. Always if shop on the sea. Heart letters. Um, so that's That's a way around it. Now you can. You can play in the lower octave Yuk unbending to get the F sharp. Not so hard. We're basically in G major g major, but we were in second position. It's got that sort of Theo that kind of almost blew Z field without the flat seven. It's Ansari country, so that's why I think it's it's used. So So If we play the pentatonic scale of five note scale, you don't It doesn't have that dodgy f in it, so we can display it. Let's start on six blow. That's the high register pentatonic scale, and it's six blow six drawer. Keep breathing in and slide up the whole seven. Keep breathing in and slide up the whole eight. How easy is this? Stay on holo. Stay on Hole eight and breathe out. It's very easy, isn't it? Keep breathing out and slide up the whole nine. Oh whole nine. A bit dodgy on this heart, so there's a bit of practice for you. Get your chops around that high register pentatonic scale, and it will do you enormous amount off favors for this type of music and anything else, actually, so it's a major pentatonic to be used in a major key music practice that Andi Let's look at the version that is lower down, starting to draw thes same tune such to drawer three. Draw a whole step bend double bend. If you don't like bending, you can get a retune to Paddy Richter, where the the note of three blow is tuned up from a G to an A, and it's the note of a that we're trying to capture here with the spend. So if you don't like bending, just retune 20 videos on YouTube. How to do that? Or send it to customize her to do it for you. You can do it if you want. I've got a couple tunes like that Onda. Then they're nice, really good. If you want to play superfast stuff down at the bottom end, you just don't have time. I don't have time to bend Buddy Green, By the way, if I called him buddy guy, any time I got their own guy. His body green buddy guy was Junior Wells Blues partner. Wasn't a still is, I think. Well, Junior Wells isn't but I think Buddy guy is he. That's him. So great player translated. If I ever say green? I mean, no, if I was a guy, I mean green. So his body green. He can do it very fast to draw three. Draw, bent. Three draws. Straight moment now four draw, five blow. Most of buddies playing is in that area. So it would behoove you to learn that one, if you possibly can. Can you play it going downwards? Sounds even more country going down, wasn't it? For some reason. Can you play the previous one? The high one going down. Uh, can you put it together? Uh, so these are all things that you can practice. That's what I've been doing lately. To try and get my head around this stuff. It will go down further. Uh, was that's not very useful, but we you will use it a little bit. We'll be doing some of that stuff, but most of it is in that area, Theo. Most of it is in that lower register from what Buddy Green does. That's a very nice little lick. I think it's actually one of the first ones that he plays, so we'll we'll get onto that next. Is that enough for you to practice? Yeah, I guess so. It's quite a lot, isn't it? All right. See, in a minute 5. BCL6 warm up: Okay, let's extend that pentatonic scale and just turn into a nice little country phrase. I start on six blow, I think. Oh, slowly. So it's just the pentatonic scale that we did with a little tag onto it. So 656 blow five blow four, draw, three drawer bend the three No to drawer to blow one drawer to draw. Uh, you may. Okay. Uh, okay. Can you practice that he is another one. Theo pretty much uses the same notes, but starts on seven drawer eso seven drawer, six drawer and then six Blow five blow four drawer, three drawer three draw bend ending on the tonic Note G to draw. Oh, I got a lovely country trying to, hasn't it? 23 Cool, Theo. Like it sounds great, doesn't it? So practice that way on. Here's another little This is sort of body greens. Warm up things. Um, here's another one. This is quite good because it shows you how you can by sliding you can very easily increase . You can double the amount of notes. So here's the simple version. Three drawer for drawer five. Blow four draw. No. Do with me. I'm going to add some more notes in. But I want you to just play the same thing. Don't change. Just listen to the other notes and you can look at them later. Theo. You can add them in if you want to. I'm starting bending the three, then releasing it and then all the rest of them. I just dropped down with same breath. Direction to the next hole down some there on four. Drop down to three, then I'm on five. Blow. Drop down to four. Back on four. Draw again. Dropped under three on. That. Sounds very in keeping, doesn't it, Theo? Okay, that's, um, get you going. I'm gonna give you one more Lisa crack on with song of it, Um, in the next lecture. So practice that on. Don't go to the next lecture until you've got it. 6. BCL7 Buddy's loop: Here's a little phrase based on that pentatonic, which body green uses to warm up, he says. So it's I told you that the these patterns are quite neat and tidy and they need to resolve . Um, this one has. I mean, Lawson have great rhythmic integrity. So did they. Did they did. They did. They did. They did, Dad, that's that's all eight notes. I think Americans call it, Don't you cuevas? We call it in England on Yes, you can eat them So they did that the dead that don't tell you which beats. Do you want to emphasize that that that that that that they did that, that that that that did that did that? Didn't that did well up to you Really? Isn't it? Spends on the swing of the Peace will emphasize the down based for this one, Theo, eight notes. And that's a nice civil loop around and back. Theo. So during that a lot will help you definitely help you to warm up and just get in the feel off this country Music, bluegrass, music, gospel music. Even for May I play a lot of blues. It's trying to get out of the Blue Z field try to not play Blue's E because that's just not appropriate for this. Maybe in gospel a little bit. But for this bluegrass, it really doesn't want that. I think that probably kick you out if you're If you have too much blues in it, a little bit you could get away with. So let's break this down. Show it. It's the same phrases for 46 blow five blow, uh, four drawer, three draw, bend the three, then going to to draw on, then to blow one blow. And I was talking up the other side One drawer to blow. Ah, now to draw on three blow bent, three drawer bend and then three drawer four draw and then the little turnaround tag five. Blow for drawer. Uh, hey. Okay, got it. Let's give it a wish. We listen slow. 123 four. Uh, I got it wrong. Sorry. I was thinking I should be bending that to draw. Let's do it again. I think actually, it was too fast. Let's do it. Yeah, much slower. 1234 Uh, Theo, I think I think I think, uh, Theo, I think etcetera So practicing that helps me helps body Green, and if it's good enough for him, is good enough for me. And if it's good enough for me, it's good enough for you. Practice it on good night. 7. BCL8 riff 1: right, Let's get back on to Orange Blossom Special Now done the preparation for it, I hope. And we've done the train sound E thing His riff. One. Have a look at screen. You'll see this now. But of course, that's impossible to play. Let's look at it at 35% of that speed world. So see if you can sing it. If you can sing it, you can probably play it. And if you can't sing it, you probably can't play it. Sing Uh uh uh. How many notes are there? The ah ah kind of six. That 123456 written down correctly. Now the beauty of something like this. Transcribe exclamation mark this program. But you can get from seventh string. I think they're called dot com. It's free for a month on. Then, if you like it, you can buy. It's probably $30 or something for life, and I really like it. I use it a lot, so that's very slow. The striped Let's change the speeds and your brain will figure out how to play this thing. Sing along. Um uh, just saying you you can also see there's two big hits to start with on it, but go to 50% and you can hear the bass doom Doom. Yeah, but but from But Boom. But did you know, dear? Okay, let's put it at 35 trying to play it. Six notes. One of the 1st 2 notes, Theo. Four drawer each and four draws. It starts at four drawer dio just play that only just four drawer twice. And the rest of it just listen. Got it on. The last know is also four drawers. And now you can put in the 1st 2 and the last one todo Uh, okay, theme. You bend the Ford role? Uh, just that, uh uh uh if you have trouble bending notes, take my note bending course The simple one First the advanced one second way. Drop down to three drawer. Theo. Daddy! Uh uh. Now we come in on the bent for and release. We're not teaching note bending. I get you to play the note to play the bends from all different angles. So you go, Theo, draw, bend it down, blow back to the bent note and then release it. And that's practice for this because there are times we need to come in on the bent note and release it through this whole piece. These six notes for drawer twice. Bend it three drawer, but the bent for release it way. Yeah. So if you practice that a little bit and you find you can do it, you're gonna punch it up to the next speed. 50%. Theo. Yes. Or maybe more. Maybe the next 1 70% Theo. Maybe too much. Or it might be really easy. Maybe you can do it, but he's speed. Well, maybe that's too much. It doesn't really matter. Just learn the phrase. Okay, That's your homework. Practiced that, And then we're going to get the next one. Okay. Good luck. 8. BCL9 riff 3: Hi there. Welcome back. So how you doing? Is this um too easy or too hard for you? I don't know. I mean, if this is, I thought we better start at the beginning. Really? If you finding this is too easy, too boring and you want the advanced stuff, let me know I can do that. That's not a problem. I can do that. Let's go on to the next little phrase. I've skipped out one riff. This one I really like. Have a listen to this. Wait, let me slow down. But it's pretty down 50%. Then you'll hear better. So you got that? But a zoo before? That's four drawer twice. And then he flips it up as we did in the practice. Remember the preparation upto whole five on back down to four again. Here it good, isn't it? And then dio sliding around DDO they're Ah, a little very bendy. Four drawer spending three draw Bend t drawn, not bend. And you'd have to get the Benz accurate enough to fit in with what he's doing. I'm not going to write down that level of detail, but the Theo put it on the 35% and see if you can have a go with it. Try playing along with this. It's four drawer to start with. Draw twice and flip it up to fire back. So you could just too much. You could rested the first bit on then stall. Or if you can manage the whole thing, do the whole thing if you want to just come straight on the second part. Oh, things just don't play the first part. - Uh , how's that, Theo? Practice things fast. You don't need to necessarily play them fast. But the practice is good. If you've got a card, will do 150 miles an hour. Driving it at 70 or 80 is gonna be really comfortable and peaceful. But if you've got a car that only do 80 driving it 80 is not going to be comfortable or peaceful. So practice this stuff fast. Challenge yourself. What about full speed, buddy? Speed Abolition. Just showing off now on you. Yeah. Okay. There you go. Listen. Work for you. You won't sleep tonight. See you in a bit. 9. BCL10 riff3 6: Let's pick up where we left off. Riff three Here. I want to do 3 to 6 right now. But just in perspective, have a listen. You can see the screen, right? This is full speed. Don't be scared. Okay? So the end you did a little bit little We'll pick that one up in a minute. Um, you got to fairly similar phrases, which we did already. And then you've got this chugging bit. You did already. But it's good to know that it keeps on punching through all the time. So if we can do this chugging bit cracking, isn't it? What a monster play. He is so good. Here. I was punching out the data do deducted to deduct it too deep. Touch it. Do do you can hear that. I remember the very beginning. I think I can hear single notes in there home. Oh, well, listen, listen to different speeds. I've got the loop quite accurate. Well, this is something you can come back to if you like the sound of that. And I certainly do like the sound of that. Then that's a nice little phrase. And then we've got something similar to what we just learned already which we don't need to dio and see. What? Riff Sixes. Okay, that's nice. David did the seven. Just their stars. This offbeat, isn't it? Anyway, I don't know whether he meant it to be off beat. Who knows? Let's just play the riff. You complacent where you want todo Okay, so you got six blow five flow and then for five Draw four draw, uh five blow for blow. This we did before anyway. Boudreau then the bent 30 in Landover. Tight note G to draw. Ah, uh, and that extended dude. Oh, that's where he's extended that. That puts the tonic note right on the beat again. So I don't know if he intentionally played it off beat start with and then result it to be on the beat down Theo. Anyway, it's a groovy riff, isn't it? You wanna play along with it at slow speed? It's actually hard to place it, isn't it? With this off beat thing, Um, let's just sing it again. Then we can practice it without that track. They did it, did it? It'd 30 daily. Did Teoh Okay, Does that do it for you? I like that riff. Very tasty. Okay, See of it 10. BCL11 riff 7: Okay. Hey, is another one Number seven There this little? Hey, have Listen to this. There's not great or cracking Little beast Didn't deluded inability to do. But what is he doing? I hear you cry. Well, let's go down in speed to see what 70 sounds like. So it's a repeating phrase. Do dio dio Can you sing it yet? Do that. Do that. Uh, good on the speed again. Good. Do that. Do that What I'm hearing Let's just listen So we only get that first pitch. Do you do Do do, Do you do that? Do Did I do that? Uh, do they do that? How many notes do do that Do do dio uh, eight notes. What a surprise. Eight notes in the bar with this stuff Do de de de de did it do to you, Daddy? Deluded as we said before eight notes We owe education 1st 3 notes Dio So many songs start like that Don't they? Do you dio knew it won't go into that will block the years Three draw bent coming on the three drop bent Release it and then four drawer duty Oh, don't try with me. I think repetition is what's needed with this stuff is just to get the muscle memory there dio on the second phrase Dude, uh, Dutilleux that duty. Oh, uh, do that. Do do. So you're just coming in on the bent three. Release it up and burned it down again. Do do you the men to drawer to blow one drawer do to draw to blow one drawer Have a listen Duccio do Geo Uh, I think that's exactly what he's playing. Oh, do with me. Way has That is not a great little piece. So what do you practice? That run, run, run around around at different speeds? Onda Let's see where we go next caves in a bit. 11. BCL12 riff8: All right. Welcome back. Let's get onto Riff eight. Now, let's put that at the right speed so you can hear it. Don't be afraid. Trust me, This will be fine. Did a little little, Little, Little, Little Little Let's slow down So if you can hear the tune A little little little little inlet it up again Here. 1234 People, that one. Do they work? 234 Doodle doo dah, Dark doodle 1234 Doodle doodle Dar Do do Daddy. Daddy, don't you don't do that. Do that. So I'm gonna miss out every other note. Do Don't. Duh duh duh. Dude done. Dar Just a falling pattern. Do starting on six float and then five drawer my blow for drawer for blow. And then that do did it. Uh, it's come to that later. Uh huh. That's easy enough, isn't it? Uh uh. Let's play that just that with the track, take it down to 25. No excuse just that. And then stop. You know, I told you I'd be okay. Didn't I? Trust me, Theo Todo And then we'll put in the extra notes. You know where you play so you just dropped down a hole. I think it listen, Don't play. Listen. Do you reckon you can get it? So six blow and drop down a hole Keep breathing out So five low and then five drawer on. Drop down a hole, Find blow four drawer, Pablo and then the ending three. Draw. Bend it on, then to draw, draw, blow. Draw on. Hold to Okay, let's try it with the track and I'll just speed it up a bit. Here we go. Are you ready? Try it. Oh, it's good exercise anyway, isn't it? Let's go up another speed. I'm not just showing off testing myself. I'm learning as well. So that's about as fast as I can. I'm pretty sure it can't manage 100%. I'm not buddy Green. You may have noticed. No. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Can't do it Can do it. Not yet. I need to work a 70%. I could build it up to maybe 80. Perhaps. I don't know any rate. That's for me to deal with on a bus for you to deal with. So enjoy that. It'll rift due to do a little bit. A little bit of dough. Good, isn't it? Good stuff. Um, see you next time. Bye. For now. 12. BCL13 riff 9: Okay. Welcome back. Now we've got a nice, interesting little riff for you. Um, once again when you hear it, you're going to go. Oh, my God. I cannot play that and never will in 1000 years. But trust me, you will be able to do it. Once we break it down, it will be very easy. Really? Yes. Really. Still not convinced? All right, listen, can you hear a tune emerging from that? Try this singing so you can hear duty. Oh, uh, at the beginning did todo near that dirty do do do do do you don't do you daddio slow down again Do you? Did it? Do you dio the dirty do the dirty did it 30 dirty Do you dio don't deeded a dio stepped down again? Uh, Okay, you see, I told you was easy The right a little ramp up one drawer to blow one blow. That's just a ramp to start the peace. Here it is. That's a you'll hear enough it Put it faster. They're dead. Uh uh Ah, this has got to be very rhythmic or is Mikel dirt dude? One drawer. Ah, one drawer and then to blow to draw blow draw That's actually quite easy to play. - Theo . Theo! Todo todo Theo! With the emphasis on the third note do you dio And then there again Dio to draw three draw bent three drawer for before drawer. All grown ups in a row. Five blow and then four droll 06 flow. Oh, so we've had so far. That's what got Let's listen. There are that's half of it done. Did I do do dodo dirty? Uh, dio I'm gonna try it again. Try it with the band Comes straight in 123 Okay, Now, are you getting this on your own? I think you should be up to buy now on the second part when we get up at six Flow Theo on that six. Blow slide Down, down Teoh six Blow five blow Ford draws Redraw! Oh, with me coming. Add that all together 12 three, Coming together, isn't it? And then we've got that deed that data five blow and slide down. And then, um four draw and slide down, which should be very familiar now. So you put that all together? Uh, 12 33 And then do you don't do it just to finish it, which we had in the last Griffin riff the previous one three drawer, bend it and then to draw blood. Draw. In fact, that last hole section. Uh, Theo. That was in the previous rift, wasn't it? So here's the whole thing together now. Rift nine. Theo Rhythmic. I'm trying to make it Stupid band. Showy way Go. 123 Okay , How's that hard work? Yes, Quite hard work. Let's relax a minute. Put your feet up. It's ever listened to Buddy playing a different. That would be my limit right there. 70%. Let's see what he does. 100% man is a monster. All right. Good luck. I'll leave you with that one and see you in a wee bit. Cheers for now. 13. BCL15 outro: We'll help you, uh, have enjoyed that little foray into some bluegrass licks on a harmonica and country music. It does really remind me very much off Irish music. So perhaps some some kind of practice would be to play a load of Irish tunes. Nothing wrong with that. I like Irish shoes. You'll notice that Charlie McCoy. There's a lot of fiddle tunes, a lot of Celtic stuff. That's what he's got there. He's got the Mac. Coy, hasn't a So he likes toe add into his Scottish roots there. Perhaps so, I think, practice these things over and over. They don't come unless you put the time into them. You know, this is really tough stuff, so don't beat yourself up. If it's being difficult, that's because it is difficult. It's very hard, a lot, just trying to get thing. I think just maybe get a Metro home and you can just Yeah, yeah started slowly. That's that. Some buddy greens advice. If you see in the interview with David Barrett on him, he talks about this speed playing. How do you had you play fast and he says, Well, you start slowly, a bit like riding a bicycle or a ah, trained. They all start slowly. I think so. That's how that's how you do it. So have you enjoyed this course? You've given me some feedback. Have you online or in person? I Either way is good. Online is good. Actually. If you give lots of lots of stars and nice comments, that all helps tremendously. Okay. See you next time. You can always message May Ben Hewlett at me dot com on duh. Tell me what else you want. Do you want any more? Do you want the the advanced program for this kind of stuff? I can do that If you want. Let me know. Bye for now.