Mississippi Sawyer is a catchy and fun fiddle tune commonly heard in old-time and bluegrass jam circles. Usually, it’s played in the key of D so once you’ve learned this solo, put your capo on the 2nd fret and jam away!
This arrangement of Mississippi Sawyer fills out the beginner melody with more 16th notes and slurs. It’s an example of how to tastefully blend scales into your melody playing.
More slurs and 16th notes make up this flowing arrangement of Mississippi Sawyer. Take it slow to nail the articulations, then gradually speed it up with the backing tracks or metronome.