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Kitchen Girl banjo tabs

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  • Tablatures

    Scruggs Style

    Traditional

    No life like the Scrugg Life.

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  • Melodic Style

    Traditional

    Spike the 5th at the 7th and it's go time. We're gonna cover at least three keys in this tune!

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  • Melodic Style-2

    Traditional

    Standard melodic fare in the A part with a some up the neck licks in the B. This one is xtra lonesome.

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  • Single String Style

    Traditional

    You can do this. You can do this well. Never believe otherwise.

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More about Kitchen Girl

Learn 4 different versions of Kitchen Girl, which are all shown on this page. We recommend that you get started with the Scruggs style version, where you’ll learn basic roll pattern and left-hand articulations like slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs. Next, move on to the Melodic arrangement to learn how to play the melody for Kitchen Girl using scales and up the next positions.

There are many Scruggs, melodic and bluesy licks in these three banjo Kitchen Girl tablatures, which can be used to personalize each arrangement into your liking. To change measure into a different arrangement, just click on the "Original Measure" text above the measure and select a different lick. You can also click the "Shuffle licks" button at the bottom of the page to randomly change all of the licks in the tablature and create a wholly unique arrangement of this song.

You'll also find some useful tools which will help you to learn how to play Kitchen Girl 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 Kitchen Girl tab contains real-sounding backing tracks. These backing tracks allow you to practice the arrangement you’re learning with an entire band and you can change the 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.