Genre: Jazz/Blues Key: D Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Expert
Posted by banjohn2, updated: 7/27/2016 - 3 Member Comments
Notes: Based on Greg Booth's version with slight alterations. There is not a 24th fret that you can see. Use your ears and then - eyes Watch out for the chord changes in 3. chorus!
Genre: Bluegrass Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: G Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by Geoff, updated: 11/3/2008
Notes: I have heard a number of versions of this song but none come close to Mike Auldridge's smooth version - this was tabbed from the book and CD of Dobro Blues and Bluegrass. Enjoy
Genre: Traditional Key: D Tuning: DADF#AD (Open D) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by krw2dbw, updated: 2/8/2020
Notes: On my Lap Steel and Duolian copy I play with a slightly raised nut so I can fret behind the bar. In lower positions I can produce minors by fretting the third string behind the bar. Some sevenths can be achieved.
Genre: Other Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: A Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Expert
Posted by SlimPickins, updated: 11/29/2008
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Notes: I received this tab from a friend of mine. It's very hard to read, but it seems to have the general idea. You can keep your reso tuned to open G, capoed on the second fret.
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