Sally Goodin is an old-time fiddle tune and an expert-level swing music classic. An essential for fans of both traditions, it is fast paced and perfect for guitar pickers with an expert level of skill.
This learning resource offers a unique insight into flatpicking guitar tablature in the Bluegrass Style. The course is designed for advanced guitar players who have a passion for old time, fiddle tune and swing music. The course structure is presented via the Tunefox platform, providing listeners with an immersive learning experience.
To effectively utilize the Tunefox platform, several learning tips are recommended. The Lick Switcher, a key feature of Tunefox, lets you add new vocabulary to your repertoire. With the ability to modify the licks for individual measures, you can explore countless variations for the same song. The customization options allow you to make the arrangement suit your preferences whilst discovering unique interpretations of the tune. Just tap the measure to unveil the hidden licks.
The Arrange slider feature lets you set a customized difficulty level with ease. Swiping it to the left will remove many of the "fill-in" notes, presenting you with a simplified, core arrangement of the song in the tablature. On the other hand, swiping to the right will reveal all the extra notes in full glory, presenting a comprehensive song arrangement.
Additionally, the Tempo Slider comes in handy when you wish to change the tempo of the song. Using backing tracks can make the learning process enjoyable. It's recommended to focus on specific measures and repeat them often for thorough understanding.
The 'Speed Up' function can gradually increase the playback tempo, which is a great technique for progressively amping up your playing speed. You can start at a comfortable speed, and let the 'Speed Up' tool increase tempo incrementally, making your learning journey more enjoyable and productive.
As a general tip, it is crucial to make practice an integral part of your daily routine. Regular practice can drastically improve your playing skills, speed, and dexterity over time. Marking the progress keeps your motivation high and aids in tracking your improvement. Remember, each practice session brings you one step closer to being a master of the guitar.