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Free Download - Fiddle Tunes - Basic Chords & Melodies TAB and Standard Notation, New Class Available

I've recently made available all of the lead sheets we used in the Flatpicking class that met at my home in Silver Spring. It's a free download and you can find the link to it on my web site. There are definitely some mistakes to be found, but overall I think you might find these helpful in learning some tunes. there are a few that I haven't found anywhere else that I transcribed so it's worth a look. PDF files, total download is 2MB. There are approximately 70 tunes. Link here: http://www.guitarsilverspring.com/2011/03/free-fiddle-tunes-for-fla...

 

Also, I've started a new advanced beginners' flatpicking group that still has a few openings. We meet at my home in Silver Spring, MD from 3:00-4:00 every Sunday. This is strictly for people who are just starting out in flatpicking. The focus won't be on speed for a while. Just learning tunes and how to play with other people. Superpickers will want to start a group of their own. Information here: http://www.guitarsilverspring.com/2011/01/new-group-guitar-lessons-...

 

Thanks! 

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Comment by Jim Wing on March 17, 2011 at 1:53pm
Thanks, Franklin. Studying different TABs for familiar songs helps make my playing more interesting. I look forward to digging into these arrangements.

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