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First Fiddle Tunes mandolin tabs

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    Red Haired Boy


    Now the 16th notes are flowing. Keep it slow and smooth.

  • Old Joe Clark


    Super Simple, and very beginner friendly.

  • Angelina Baker


    A few sixteenth notes bring the song alive while keeping the difficulty level down.


More about First Fiddle Tunes

Learn how to play the melody of First Fiddle Tunes with the beginner mandolin tab on Tunefox. From there you can work your way up to the intermediate and advanced arrangements, which feature an emphasis on technical playing while still holding true to that original melody.

Need some practice help? Tunefox has several unique learning tools to keep your practice interesting and fun. Use the tempo slider to find the perfect tempo for you to practice at. When you’ve found it, test your speed with the “Speed Up” function, which will steadily increase the tempo each time the song or selected measures loop. When you’re ready to get off the tab, use Memory Train to increasingly hide notes each time First Fiddle Tunes tab loops.

Get creative with this arrangement of First Fiddle Tunes by using the Tunefox Lick Switcher feature. This tool lets you decide what licks you’d like to learn in the song and helps you better understand improvisation and creativity within the chord changes of First Fiddle Tunes. Shuffle all of the licks in this tab to create an entirely new version of the song.

The backing tracks included in all tab versions of First Fiddle Tunes are a great tool for practicing the melody or improvisation. Go to Settings to change the volume levels of the mandolin, full band tracks, and metronome to suit your practice needs.

If you’re a Tunefox member, you have the ability to export your arrangement to a PDF file.