Learning Overview - Groundhog: Designed for clawhammer banjo beginners, this educational tool introduces players to the song 'Groundhog', characterized by three distinct styles- Clawhammer, Drop Thumb, and Melodic. The platform of Tunefox is uniquely equipped with key features that enhance your learning journey in a highly interactive and personalized way.
Tools for Creative Learning: The Lick Switcher and the Arrange Slider are two stand-out features of the creative learning process. The Lick Switcher opens up new avenues for students by enabling them to add new licks to view and interpret the song differently. It provides several variations and offers learners the opportunity to personalize their arrangement, fostering fresh interpretations of the tune.
On the other hand, the Arrange Slider is an innovative tool that empowers learners to modulate the difficulty level and tone of the song according to their comfort level. This unique tool enhances the overall learning experience by maintaining a balance between the challenge and the learners' ability.
Practicing Tools: With tools like Adjusting tempo, backing tracks to accompany, Speed Up Function, and Hide notes for learning by ear, practicing becomes more efficient and effective. These tools are designed to facilitate your learning and make your practice sessions more immersive and dynamic.
Practice Tips: We recommend starting your practice sessions slowly. Gradually increase your tempo, learn to play along with backing tracks, try using the Speed up and Hide notes function and remember to adjust the difficulty level and tone of the song with the Arrange Slider. Remember, consistent practice is the key to improvement. Good luck on your musical journey!
In come Daddy from the plow,
In come Daddy from the plow,
“I want some dinner and I want it now.”
There’s a piece of bread a-laying on the shelf, (repeat)
“If you get any more you’ll get it yourself.” Ground hog.
He picked up his gun and he whistled to his dog, (repeat)
Off to the wild woods to catch a ground hog. Ground hog.
Two in a rock and two in a log, (repeat)
Good lawdamercy, what a big ground hog. Ground hog.
Run here, Sal, with a ten-foot pole, (repeat)
Twist this ground hog out of this hole. Ground hog.
Daddy returned in an hour and a half, (repeat)
He returned with a ground hog as big as a calf. Ground hog.
How them children whopped and cried, (repeat)
I love that ground hog stewed and fried. Ground hog.
Took him home and tanned his hide, (repeat)
Made the best shoe strings ever was tied. Ground hog.
Meat’s in the cover and the hide’s in the turn, (repeat)
If that ain’t ground hog, I’ll be durn. Ground hog.
In come Sal with a snigger and a grin, (repeat)
Ground hog gravy all over her chin. Ground hog.
Come here, Ma, and look at Sam, (repeat)
He ate all the meat and sopping up the pan. Ground hog.
Old Aunt Sal was the mother of them all, (repeat)
She fed them on ground hog before they could crawl. Ground hog.