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Elephant Mountain banjo tabs

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    Craig Korth

    This is an absolutely glorious tune that was requested by a Tunefox user. The artist that composed this tune (Craig Korth) uses a very unique tuning, and combines Scruggs, Melodic, and Single String technique. The tuning uses here is aDADE. Your 5th string is spiked at the 7th fret, G string tuned up to A, B string tuned up to D, and unwound D string tuned up to E. It's a lot of tension, so be careful if you haven't changed strings in a while!


More about Elephant Mountain

In every Tunefox tablature arrangement you'll find measures where you can switch out licks to see different options to use for your improvisation. This feature is called the Lick Switcher. How do you find the Lick Switcher? Look for text that says "Original Measure" over different measures in the Elephant Mountain tab you are learning and click on that text. It'll open up the Lick Switcher where you can select a substitute measure for that spot in the song. You'll find that there are different styles of licks like Scruggs, Melodic, Bluesy, and more. Want to see a completely different version of this song? Click on "Shuffle Licks" on the bottom of tool panel to randomly shuffle the licks in the song.

Tunefox also features useful tools that will help you learn this arrangement of Elephant Mountain. If you select the "Tools" option in the bottom bar you’ll see "Hide Notes", "Memory Train", and "Speed Up" features. Hide notes will help you train your ears by hiding some of the notes on the page for you to figure out as opposed to looking at the tab. "Memory Train" will help you retain the melody of the song by gradually hiding notes so you can rely on your ears more for memorization. Finally, the "Speed Up" tool will automatically increase the playback speed each time a measure or the song loops.

Use the Tunefox backing tracks to practice the solo you’re working on or improvising over the chord changes for Elephant Mountain. The backing tracks are recorded samples of real instruments to help simulate practicing with an actual band. You can adjust the volume of the instrument, band, and metronome to your liking.

When you’ve finished creating your arrangement of Elephant Mountain, export your song arrangement to PDF file. This feature is for members of Tunefox, only.