Genre: Old Time Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: F#/Gb Tuning: Standard Open G (gDGBD) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by garry-tabedit, updated: 2/19/2011
Notes: I have read that Obray plays a two figure style, but "Down Beside The Ohio" sounds closer to the recording when you use three finger rolls. I also love the way Obray just vamps on the verses allowing plenty of room for the vocal performance to shine through, and also allowing for the theme to used repetitively through out the song as solo breaks. I have just tabbed the intro, partly cos I only have a demo version of tab edit, and partly cos the instrumental breaks are just variations of this and he simply vamps the verses, using open G, D7 and C chords. Tab featured on my UK blog : http://banjosarecool.blogspot.com/2011/01/tab-down-beside-ohio-as-recorded-by.html
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