Hi guiz. I'm on a huge rockabilly kick lately and really think it's something I'd love to do - always been a bit of a fan of the older stuff my Mum used to listen to like Elvis etc.. but I've recently came across the Stray Cats and Reverend Horton Heat from looking up bands that use Gretschs (already love The Living End!!).. and yeah, I'm totally digging it and can totally see myself playing this stuff. I think that in my area there's incredible potential for gigs playing it too. I've just started trying to learn to play it though and I mean, I'm a bit lost - I get that it's basically all three-chord blues progression stuff, just about, but there's LOADS of chord inversions and stuff going on, it all seems so busy on the guitar too.. no bloody clue how to get into the lead stuff. Ideally I'd like to front a trio - I can already sing the stuff. I've just started learning to Travis pick which seems to be a good base to start from, but asides from that - where do I go for lead stuff? Any good guitar lessons I can download somewhere? I'm open to paying for them if they're worth it. I've watched Setzers tutorial and don't get me wrong, I love the dude but he basically just says "hey play this" and tears you a new one. Lol. His whole tutorial is basically "play whatever you want". So yeah. I'd love to play like him and The Rev. I think the Rev's stuff probably gets me more excited to be honest, but yeah, love it all. What are the quintessential rockabilly songs I should learn? Both for rhythm and lead. I understand that as a three-piece I'm going to be doing mostly rhythm. What other techniques should I be mastering asides from Travis picking? I prefer to play without a pick - is a pick necessary for this stuff (kinda sounds like it might be). Yeah. Pretty lost. Would love some direction, I'm sure there's some rockabilly folk on here that can point me the right way.. Cheers fellas.