Jump right into this Beginner version of the classic fiddle tune Golden Slippers. Try and make those hammer-ons and pull-offs strong and clear. Use the looping feature and make a practice exercise to strengthen those muscles up.
For the A part, use your first finger on the second fret, third finger on the fourth fret, and pinky on the fifth fret. While this may present a new challenge for you, it is a great opportunity to strengthen your pinky and improve your coordination. Take it as slow as you need to. Having all the melody notes on one string also allows us to achieve higher speeds and clarity with alternate picking by eliminating string crossings.
An up the neck break with some fancy triplets and a hint of cross-picking. It's the perfect recipe for an excellent arrangement of this classic tune Golden Slippers. Use the lick switcher to add a little more spice if you need it. Enjoy!