If you're an intermediate banjo player looking to explore new dimensions in your playing, 'Bound to Ride' could be an ideal learning resource for you. This resource offers tablatures in Scruggs, Melodic, and Backup Styles, focusing on elements like vocal song and up-tempo arrangements.
Tunefox's special features are at your disposal to enhance your learning experience. Notably, the Lick Switcher feature adds a new dimension to your learning. By adding new lick vocabulary, you get to see the same song from different perspectives. Importantly, being able to change licks for each measure opens up a wide array of song variations for exploration. Simply tap the measure to discover what licks lie beneath.
The Arrange slider is another feature that makes personalizing arrangements a breeze. Sliding it to the left simplifies the arrangement by reducing the 'fill-in' notes, while sliding it to the right increases these notes to reveal the full complexity of the song.
Altering the learning speed to your preference is possible with the tempo slider. You can adjust the tempo as you wish, making it easier to learn the song at your own pace.
Practicing with backing tracks can make your sessions fun and effective. There's an option to focus on specific measures and repeat them for better mastery. The 'Speed Up' feature can be helpful in gradually increasing your playing speed. You start at a pace you're comfortable with, and 'Speed Up' increases the tempo slightly during each playthrough.
Regardless of the features you choose to utilize, remember that regular practice and perseverance are the keys to mastery. Keep exploring different licks, pace yourself with the tempo slider, and enjoy the learning process with 'Bound to Ride'.
Bound to Ride lyrics
1. Coming through all Nashville coming through of line
Studying 'bout my little darling couldn't keep from cryin'
Ch. Honey babe I'm bound to ride
Don't you want to go?
2. Going to Atlanta just to look around
If things don't suit me gone hunt another town
3. Working on a railroad, saving all I can
Looking for that woman ain't got no man
4. Standing on the corner can't find mine from home
Studying 'bout that good town don't past and gone
5. If I die a railroad man, bury me under the ties
So I can hear old number four as she goes rolling by