While Lonesome Fiddle Blues was written on the fiddle by Vassar Clements, it has become a flatpicking standard at contests and some jam sessions. This is a simplified, but not simple version, for advanced beginners and those ambitious students willing to tackle it a measure at a time.
- 75 bpm
The same phrase can sound very different depending on how you play it. Notice how the A section at the end is played legato by using hammers and pulls, while the first A section is all picked notes. Try to keep the volume of your slurs(hammers and pulls) equal to your picked notes. The B section is often complete improv. That's where all the substitution licks are in this arrangement of Lonesome Fiddle Blues. That way you can get a bunch of ideas on how to play it. It's a great opportunity to use the shuffle button to scramble the licks into new and interesting combinations.
- 80 bpm
Learn how to play Lonesome Fiddle Blues on guitar. Choose from these tab arrangements - Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced or learn all three! Discover ear-catching licks to see new ways of playing this song. Use tempo control to slow down playback speed and speed up feature to learn how to play fast.
Practice with backing tracks or use hide notes feature, to learn how to play Lonesome Fiddle Blues with your ears. You can also use memory train feature to hide more and more notes everytime you pass thru the whole song.
Have fun getting creative with Lonesome Fiddle Blues tabs for bluegrass guitar on Tunefox.