Genre: Bluegrass Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: Am Tuning: Other Difficulty: Expert
Posted by bbjork, updated: 8/18/2008
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Notes: Jerusalem Ridge in Am tuning, I think I lifted this off of resoguit. Tune both B strings to Bb and capo up two frets to play out of Am. This one is easier to play then the one in standard tuning.
Genre: Jazz/Blues Key: A Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by banjohn2, updated: 7/26/2016 - 1 Member Comments
Notes: I have added some fills in case you play without backing. All slides over more than one fret sounds a little wrong. You can "unslide" them to get the right timing - as long as YOU still slide.
Genre: Jazz/Blues Key: E Tuning: EBEG#BE (Open E) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by Shamrock, updated: 11/16/2010
Notes: My interpretation of this legendary song. Chords and lyrics only (with explanation of some endings). Lyrics might be a little bit different sometimes, but who cares? ;-) Feel free to fill in as you like anywhere in this song via this PDF. Note the irregular blues scheme John Lee Hooker used in this song, might get you confused (just saying since I got confused! ;-) )
Genre: Traditional Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: Dm Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by bbjork, updated: 11/28/2008
Notes: Here's a traditional reel played melodic style, give it a try and let me know what you think. Play with the fingering and see if there's an easier way to play it