Kitchen Girl is one of those old-time tunes that is in a major key for the A section and then it's parallel minor in the B section. In this tune's case these two keys are A major and A minor! Fun! Also, Kitchen Girl is played out of the G position on guitar, but the Tunefox capo feature is set to the 2nd fret as it's in the key of A.Learn
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On Tunefox, there are 3 versions of this song for you to learn. The Beginner arrangement gives you a good foundation of the verse melody. The Kitchen Girl 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.
Tunefox features unique tools to assist with practicing Kitchen Girl. "Speed-Up" will gradually increase the tempo of a looped section or the entire song so you can build your technique. When you select "Memory-Train", Tunefox will make the notes disappear from the tab each time the song loops, so you’ll learn how to get off the tab with ease. To isolate a section of the tune, simply click on the measure and it will loop.
Use Tunefox’s backing tracks to practice this bluegrass guitar version of Kitchen Girl with a real-sounding band. Go to the Settings menu to mix the volume of the guitar, band or metronome to your liking.
What to learn some variations on the melody of Kitchen Girl? In each arrangement of this song you’ll find multiple licks that you can switch out to explore and discover new ways to play the song and learn about different styles along the way. Use the lick switcher by clicking on "Original Measure" above certain measures. To see a completely new arrangement of the song, click on "Shuffle Licks" in the bottom right corner of the page.
Once you’ve settled on an arrangement of Kitchen Girl using the Lick Switcher, export your arrangement to a PDF file so you can print it out and take it with you. This is a member-only feature.