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Cowboys & Indians banjo tabs

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    Banjo Cowboys & Indians tab

    Scruggs Style

    Bill Emerson

    • Difficulty
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    • Tempo
      115 bpm
    • Tuning

    This is a very cool instrumental in Drop C. It was written by Bill Emerson. It takes us through some unique chord changes in the A part while in C minor, and then comes back to C major in the B part! This arrangement is based on Bill's playing as are many of the licks.


More about Cowboys & Indians

A great banjo tune written by Bill Emerson

Use the Tunefox Lick Switcher to explore improvisation and creativity inside the Cowboys & Indians tablatures. The Lick Switcher will allow you to create your own arrangement using pre-built licks that are handmade by professional musicians. To use the Lick Switcher, click on the text above specific measures that says "Original Measure" and select between a variety of new licks for that measure. You'll find that there are different style licks such as Scruggs, Melodic, Jazz, and more. At the bottom of your page you'll also find a button that says "Shuffle Licks." Click this button and watch the licks randomly shuffle throughout the song.

You'll also find some useful tools which will help you to learn how to play Cowboys & Indians on banjo. For example, you can use the "Hide Notes" feature, which will hide some notes for you so you can learn parts of the melody by ear. The "Memory train" tool will progressively hide notes each time you play through a section or the entirety of a song. Take your speed to the next level with the "Speed Up" feature. This tool will automatically increase playback speed each time you loop the song.

Each Tunefox banjo Cowboys & Indians tab contains real-sounding backing tracks. These backing tracks allow you to practice the arrangement you’re learning with with an entire band and you can change volume of the band, banjo and metronome to suit your liking.

Members can export their arrangements into PDF, allowing them to print and bring them to their next jam session.