Genre: Folk Style: Other Key: D Tuning: Standard Open G (gDGBD) Difficulty: Beginner
Posted by EmilLevy, updated: 7/14/2021
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Notes: Hi I couldnt Select the correct tuning but it is in Docks Signature Tuning F# C G A D (relative) but he ussually tunes it down two frets so the actual tuning is E Bb F G C. This is a song about the suffering of Jesus Christ, even though I'm not religous this song still has an impact which anyone can appreaciate. Like in Many of Docks songs he brushes with his index finger on certain parts which gives it his unique sound, it is noted as Br in the tab with an arrow going upward. Thanks to Freddy Badger who introduced me to this song and gave me some tips which helped me transcribe it, (Search him on Youtube).
Genre: Old Time Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: D Tuning: Open D (aDF#Ad) Difficulty: Beginner
Posted by EmilLevy, updated: 4/6/2021
Notes: Tuning is actually adaad instead of adf#ad, I could not click that option. The tab is the southern soldier. A civil war song from the south. Best preformed by the Second South Carolina String Band (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUajwtw2Esc) check them out they are awesome. This tab is only the melody notes, so that i and other folks who are interested can adapt it to whatever style you like, I am trying to adapt it to scruggs style. Ive recreated this in tabledit based of the video and I also used a clawhammer tab(https://jamalongtranscriptions.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/transcription-The-Southern-Soldier-clawhammer-banjo.pdf) which I recently found, I wouldn't have got it without that tab cause im only a few months into playing. Some folks might get upset by the lyrics or the fact that it was a confederate song, but for me that doesn't take away at all from this beatiful song, and i hope y'all can enjoy it just as a piece of music :)