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Cripple Creek is a must-learn Scruggs style beginner banjo tune because it teaches how to play slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and pinches. We recommend you learn the slurs one at a time. For example, learn the slide with it's roll pattern first, then move on the the pull-off, and so on.
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For a detailed lesson plan for Cripple Creek, check out this learning path, or click the card below to view and practice Cripple Creek in Tunefox's tab library in Scruggs and Melodic style.
This learning path is your guide to mastering the iconic banjo tune "Cripple Creek." Designed for banjo enthusiasts eager to enhance...
This lesson path will teach you how to incorporate common Scruggs style backup licks up the neck, teardrop style backup, and a stud...
This version of the Cripple Creek is designed to teach you how to play slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs. Take each one slow at firs...
A classic arrangement of "Cripple Creek." The B section features some fancy up-the-neck melodic work, so practice slow for cleanliness!
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