Mandolin

Forked Deer mandolin tabs & chords

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  • This broken-down arrangement gives you a perfect starting point for learning the melody to Forked Deer.

    • Key D
    • 120 bpm
    • Tuning GDAE
    Play Beginner
  • You'll start to see the melody really come to life in this arrangement of Forked Deer. There are more notes from the D major scale and more bluegrass vocabulary.

    • Key D
    • 120 bpm
    • Tuning GDAE
    Play Intermediate
  • This version of Forked Deer gives you a lot of longer melodic lines to practice. These lines flow until the end of the phrase. Good practice for developing your improv chops!

    • Key D
    • 120 bpm
    • Tuning GDAE
    Play Advanced

More about Forked Deer Mandolin song

Learn how to play Forked Deer from a very basic level. With the beginner tab you’ll learn the melody of this song. Using this tab is a great way to set a solid foundation for your development on the mandolin. After you have completed the beginner version get cracking on the intermediate and advanced versions of Forked Deer tabs. These arrangements still follow the melody line but a little more technique is required to get them down.

Tunefox features several amazing learning tools to aid you in practicing Forked Deer tabs. For example, the tempo control slider will let you set an ideal tempo for practice and you can also click on measures to isolate specific sections of the song. The Speed Up tool will gradually increase the tempo each time the song or selected measures loop and the Memory Train feature will steadily hide notes in the song each time it loops.

Once you learn the main arrangement of Forked Deer, try switching out the licks in the song to learn about improvisation and creativity. You can do this by using the Tunefox Lick Switcher, which features hand-crafted licks built specifically for each tab. If you’re looking to spice up the entire arrangement of Forked Deer, click Shuffle Licks, which can be found in the bottom tool bar.

All arrangements of Forked Deer include flexible backing tracks, allowing you to change the volume of the main instrument, full band, or metronome to suit your practice needs.

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