Anyone know any good instrumental country or bluegrass that can be done with only one guitar?
Some of Tommy Emmanuel's stuff can be considered country I guess?

Anyway I think there is a country forum
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Tough question, country and bluegrass relies heavily on having a band (and lots and lots of banjos) and the repetitive nature of it, especially on one guitar would make it very difficult to have instrumentals.

I'm gonna keep an eye on this thread as I'd love to see if anyone comes up with anything.
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no, because there isn't any good country or bluegrass

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no, because there isn't any good country or bluegrass

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I disagree. There are some pretty good bluegrass songs out there.
ummm, look up Hog Bitch Stomp by buckethead, that's kinda bluegrass. apart from that, most bluegrass instrumentals are written for banjo, I havent really seen many bluegrass guitars.
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Deffo, or Jerry Read. You have to be pretty damn good to be able to play Chets stuff though.

Whilst not purely country, and not always instrumental, Steve Morse/The Dixie Dregs should interest you.