This is a nice, and simple arrangement for, "In the Pines". There's also a wide variety of licks available in the switcher. Pay attention to the pick direction. All the patterns are there for a reason. Sometimes, we want to alternate pick constantly. This helps to play fast. Sometimes, a consistent down strum helps to generate consistent tone and a strong rhythmic feel. Other picking patterns help to create a variety of rhythmic feels and tone production.Learn
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A powerful blues number that was adopted by Bluegrass
The Tunefox Beginner tab is focusing on accenting the melody notes of the vocal line. Intermediate arrangement features more 16th note up and down strokes than the beginner version and Advanced version adds some tasty melodic flare.
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Get creative with this arrangement of In the Pines 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 In the Pines. 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 In the Pines 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.
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In the Pines lyrics
The longest train I ever saw Went down that Georgia line The engine passed at six o'clock And the cab passed by at nine In the pines, in the pines Where the sun never shines And we shiver when the cold wind blows Ooh-woo-ooh ooh-woo-ooh Ooh-woo-ooh woo-ooh I asked my captain for the time of day He said he throwed his watch away In the pines, in the pines Where the sun never shines And we shiver when the cold wind blows Little girl, little girl, what have I done That makes you treat me so? You caused me to weep You caused me to mourn You caused me to leave my home In the pines, in the pines Where the sun never shines And we shiver when the cold wind blows Ooh-woo-ooh ooh-woo-ooh Ooh-woo-ooh woo-ooh