This crosspicking pattern moves just one string at a time. Go as slow as you need to get it right, turn the looper on and practice it several times. You may want to loop measure one to master the right hand pattern indefinitely. After you feel comfortable with the right hand motion start adding in those other measures and chord changes.Learn
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On Tunefox, there are 1 versions of this song for you to learn. The Beginner arrangement gives you a good foundation of the verse melody. The Crosspicking Exercises and Patterns Intermediate tab is a slidey arrangement of this song, which is a little more technically challenging and finally, the Advanced version introduces more typical bluegrass vocabulary.
The "Speed-Up" and "Memory-Train" practice tools offer ways for you to practice technique and memorizing the arrangement of Crosspicking Exercises and Patterns you’re learning. Speed-Up will automatically increase the tempo of the song or selection that you’re practicing while Memory-Train deletes notes from the tab each time it loops to help you commit the melody to memory. To select and loop sections of the song, click on them with your cursor.
Use Tunefox’s backing tracks to practice this bluegrass guitar version of Crosspicking Exercises and Patterns with a real-sounding band. Go to the Settings menu to mix the volume of the guitar, band or metronome to your liking.
Are you looking for a way how to be more creative while playing this song? Our content creators prepared different ways to play most of the measures in all 1 variations of Crosspicking Exercises and Patterns. We call them "licks" and you can change these by clicking on the "Original Measure" text above the measure. You can also shuffle all of the licks in the song to get a completely new arrangement.
Members can also export all of their banjo Crosspicking Exercises and Patterns arrangements into PDF files.