Cumberland Gap guitar tabs & chords

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  • This ain't how Earl did Cumberland Gap, but this is one way to get it done. There are a couple of challenges for you beginners out there. The string crossing following a 16th note in the A part, and the pull offs in the B section will likely take some practice. Remember to use the looping feature, and slow down the tempo so you can play it cleanly.

    • Key G
    • 60 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Beginner
  • This version of Cumberland Gap ups the ante a little bit with some more sixteenth notes, slides and pull offs. Pay attention to the picking pattern below the tab, especially in the B part.

    • Key G
    • 85 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Intermediate
  • Buckle your seatbelts, we're going down to the Cumberland Gap and it could be a bumpy ride! The only way to smooth it out is to take it slow. Triplets in the A section and cross-picking in the B section should provide plenty of challenge. Pay close attention to the pick patterns throughout this arrangement.

    • Key G
    • 110 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Advanced