Lost Indian guitar tabs & chords

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  • Lost Indian is sometimes referred to as "Cherokee Shuffle in D," but it's a fantastic tune that stands strong in it's own right. Check out Norman Blake and Tony Rice's version of this!

    • Key D
    • 70 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Beginner
  • This arrangement of Lost Indian is great for building your chops in the key of D, and especially for using the pentatonic scale to create melodies.

    • Key C
    • 80 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Intermediate
  • This version of Lost Indian takes playing in D to a whole new level! Don't forget to switch out the licks to learn even more variations on the melody and to give you some ideas for improvisation.

    • Key C
    • 100 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Advanced

More about Lost Indian Guitar song

What skill level do you consider yourself to be at? With Tunefox, we meet you at your level with 3 different guitar tabs - Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. To learn the basic melody of this song (which is good for musicians at all levels), start with the beginner arrangement of Lost Indian. Work your way up to the advanced version, where you’ll learn a more ‘professional’ solo for the song.

On Tunefox you’ll find numerous tools to help you learn this song. Use the "Speed Up" tool to easily build speed. The "Memory train" feature will hide notes everytime you go through the song so you can more effectively get off tab. You can also isolate, slow down and repeat problematic measures.

Want to practice with a band? Use the Tunefox Lost Indian backing tracks! These real-sounding tracks sound great and the settings will allow you to adjust the volume of the guitar, band, or metronome.

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 Lost Indian. 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 also export all of their banjo Lost Indian arrangements into PDF files.