Genre: Bluegrass Key: G Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by Roustabout, updated: 5/3/2022
Notes: My transcription of Andy Hall's solo in "I didn't know" from "Toward the Fray" 1st time using TEFpad, the rhythm isn't exactly right but the notes are
Genre: Scales/Exercises Key: D Tuning: DADF#AD (Open D)
Posted by schoonerman, updated: 12/5/2021
Notes: I put together these chord charts for guitarist leaning open D (Weissenborn) as we're pretty used to thinking about chord shapes. If you have suggestions for addition or correction, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Genre: Jazz/Blues Key: G Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by Clinker, updated: 10/14/2021
Notes: I took a few liberties in finding notes for this song. You all might find better chords for the turnaround "...do I look alright..." but this one works for me for now.
Genre: Bluegrass Key: G Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Expert
Posted by mmuussiiccaall, updated: 2/22/2021 - 1 Member Comments
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Notes: Josh Graves
Genre: Country Key: C Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by Don, updated: 2/11/2021
Notes: My first attempt at posting a tab and first use of TablEdit. As my note on the last measure indicates, I am not yet well versed in TableEdit. Gordon Lightfoot is a great song writer.
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: Pop Key: G Tuning: Other Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by mesmithut, updated: 10/20/2019
Download: PDF | GUITAR-PRO 5
Notes: Just wanted to see if I could figure out a decent arrangement for solo dobro. I ended up using the drop E tuning I stole from Greg Booth (Low to high strings are EBDGBD) - standard GBDGBD except lower the sixth string to E) as it gave me some chords I just couldn't get otherwise. It also gave me a chance to use TuxGuitar to create the tab which was new to me. I've included a PDF and a TuxGuitar file converted to GuitarPro 5 format. I'll post an MP3 of the tune as soon as I get chance to record it.
Genre: Old-Time Key: G Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by krw2dbw, updated: 2/4/2019
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Notes: this is an Old Camp Song I heard on a Mississippi John Hurt Recording. It utilizes Stride Piano Style Thumb as well as Travis picking where I lose the Melody line. Any of the Stride thumb technique can be syncopated instead of playing on the Quarter Note.
Genre: Old-Time Key: G Tuning: GBDGBD (Standard Open G) Difficulty: Beginner
Posted by krw2dbw, updated: 2/2/2019
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Notes: This is being submitted as an MYR file from the Melody Assistant Program by Myriad. You can submit your tablature and it selects the Standard Notation for you. I haven't discovered how to notate a slide up to or down from a particular note.
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