Redwing guitar tabs & chords

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  • Redwing has a catchy melody that is real fun to play on any instrument! This arrangement gives you the basic melody and once you're comfortable with it, move on to the intermediate solo.

    • Key G
    • 80 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Beginner
  • This intermediate solo for Redwing includes a few more slides and hammer-ons to bluegrassify the beginner solo.

    • Key G
    • 90 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Intermediate
  • This arrangement of Redwing is a very classy solo. Pay attention to the up and downstrokes for the arrangement, as well as the slurs.

    • Key G
    • 90 bpm
    • Tuning EADGBE
    Play Advanced

More about Redwing Guitar song

With Tunefox, you can learn 3 bluegrass guitar arrangements to Redwing, starting with the Beginner tablature. This tab will give you a foundation for the melody so you can easily modify it along your journey to the intermediate and advanced versions, which will each progress in difficulty. This helps you develop a bluegrass guitar vocabulary while also staying true to the melody of Redwing.

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.

Use Tunefox’s backing tracks to practice this bluegrass guitar version of Redwing with a real-sounding band. Go to the Settings menu to mix the volume of the guitar, band or metronome to your liking.

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 Redwing. 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.