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Take Me Home Country Roads

Genre: Country  Style: Other  Tuning: Open C (gCGCE)  Difficulty: Beginner
Posted by pddngtn, updated: 3/28/2010
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Tam_Zeb Says:
Thursday, November 18, 2010 @4:26:53 AM
My rating is a bit too high at 1. This is a very very basic tab. Few notes following the melody line. Single channel. Didn't sound very good, may just be my sound card.

AlleghenyWhiskey Says:
Saturday, June 18, 2011 @11:02:25 PM
probably the worst tab ive ever seen.

SirWoodie Says:
Thursday, January 16, 2014 @5:24:49 PM
Come on man, that's not banjo...

GavanD Says:
Monday, September 8, 2014 @5:09:21 PM
This pddngtn is playing banjo one handed, his other hand appears to be busy elsewhere!

janolov Says:
Friday, December 12, 2014 @11:37:50 AM
This is a typical plagiarism! Apparently there is another tab for another instrument, probably guitar, that has been copied to banjo tab. It may also have been taken from a midi file. Several of the low notes in the original guitar version is displayed one octave higher which makes the tab sound very square. The strange timing and use of dotted notes and rests indicates that the tab may have been based on a midi file. When making professional midi files with several instruments it is common to make the lead part with rests and dots like this. It sounds good in combination with other instruments, but it has really no function in a tab like this.

banjopickingbuddy Says:
Thursday, May 28, 2020 @11:57:01 PM
Worst tab I have ever seen, needs removing off the tab library

Stu D Baker-Hawk Says:
Saturday, May 30, 2020 @4:39:30 PM
This indeed is THE worst tab posted on this site. Good grief...!

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