Twelve Bar Blues in G – 3-string Open G GDG – Cigar Box Guitar Tablature with Video Lesson

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Open G GDG Listing Image This melody and rhythm combination is one of the basic building blocks of both the Blues and Rock and Roll. Hundreds of songs have been recorded using it or variations of it. It is a great progression for jam sessions and improvisation. All of the cigar box guitar tablature here on CigarBoxGuitar.com is presented by The Southbound String Company, the only strings specifically chosen and voiced for cigar box guitars. Be sure to check out our line of Open G GDG cigar box guitar string sets here! Click this link or the image below to view the printable PDF: 12 Bar Blues in G Cigar Box Guitar Tablature PDF View the video below to see and hear C. B. Gitty playing this exact tablature. 12 Bar Blues inG Cigar Box Guitar Tablature PDF

7 thoughts on “Twelve Bar Blues in G – 3-string Open G GDG – Cigar Box Guitar Tablature with Video Lesson”

  1. I have learned a lot from this site. Im new to cigar box guitar playing . there are so many ways to play them and very little restraint on what they can do. The tabs are a cool way to make your fingers move. Thanks again.

    Noah Pelletier, Maine

  2. My brother made me a little single string canjo. I’ve never played a musical instrument in my life, but have had fun just playing around with that. Didn’t think I’d go any further, but this video has given me confidence to try.

  3. having packed my shop up to try and sell our house I am taking the time to finally learn how to play. this video is a great first step. barre chord changes are no longer to be feared!

  4. Love this site – the tablature, the videos, just everything. Too bad I can’t play a stick, but I have fun trying.

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