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Banjo tablatures for Groundhog


Recomended level: Intermediate

Tags: #bluesy, #old time, #folk music, #medium-tempo

This song is written by Doc Watson and appears on the American Folk Singers and Balladeers compilation (1964) and the Essential Doc Watson (1973) album. The profundity, and beauty of the musical abilities of this extended family, is legendary among traditional American music followers. Watson's family standards are featured here, including 11 previously unreleased performances. A modern story. "This is beautiful music, one of old-time music's best collections ever recorded." — Victory Analysis. Compiled by Jeff Place and Ralph Rinzler.

  • Banjo Groundhog Scruggs Style

    Scruggs Style

    This is Jim Mills's great version of the traditional tune, Groundhog. It's not super fast, and has a nice grooving, bluesy feel to it.

    Banjo Groundhog Scruggs Style
  • Banjo Groundhog Bluesy Style

    Bluesy Style

    This is an up-the-neck rendition of the melodic with some cool bluesy melodic licks thrown in to keep it funky.

    Banjo Groundhog Bluesy Style
  • Banjo Groundhog Backup


    The chords go by fairly quickly in this song, so this backup arrangement of Groundhog is great for practicing rolling through fast chord changes.

    Banjo Groundhog Backup