Salt Creek is another classic fiddle tune. This tune is unique because of the flat 7 chord. In the key of A, the b7 is a G chord which makes the tune have a bluesy edge.
In the B section of this arrangement of Salt Creek you’ll be stretching out your hand a bit to the 9th fret. You can use your ring finger for this stretch. It may be helpful to learn your A major scale in preparation for learning this melody.
More notes and longer lines make up this version of Salt Creek, and the B section requires a lot of shifting, which is a fun challenge. Make sure you play with that metronome and backing tracks!