Groundhog guitar tabs & chords

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  • Groundhog is a fantastic traditional piece made popular by Flatt & Scruggs. Try to channel your inner driving banjo player on this one.

    • Key G
    • 90 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Beginner
  • This arrangement of Groundhog builds on the previous one by adding in some chromaticism and bluesy notes.

    • Key G
    • 90 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Intermediate
  • Even more chromaticism in this version of Groundhog and it’s all about the blues scale. Learning and practicing the blues scale with the metronome will help you more efficiently learn this and other bluesy songs.

    • Key G
    • 90 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Advanced

More about Groundhog Guitar song

Guitar Groundhog tab

Choose from 3 different versions of Groundhog for bluegrass guitar based on your skill level. The beginner arrangement of this song will teach you a basic melody and from that place you can move to the intermediate tab and then to the advanced version, which will get you playing some more popular bluegrass guitar vocabulary.

Use Tunefox’s unique practice tools to improve your speed and get off the tab faster so you can jam sooner. The "Speed-Up" tool will incrementally increase the tempo of the song so you can build up to your ideal tempo for the tune. Use "Memory-Train" to liberate yourself from the tab. This practice tool will make the notes in the song gradually disappear, forcing you not to look at the tab anymore. Click on measures to isolate and loop them for practice.

The Groundhog backing tracks allow you to practice this song with an entire band and you can change volume of a guitar, band or metronome according to your needs.

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 3 variations of Groundhog. 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 export their arrangements into PDF, allowing them to print and bring them to their next jam session.