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Shane has been sharing some fantastic how-to play videos on his YouTube channel and in this video he is going to show you how he plays Albert King’s Born Under a Bad Sign on his Open G – GDG Slide Cigar Box Guitar!
Gitty has recently found a bit of a Rosetta Stone when it comes to tablature for 3 and 4-string Cigar Box Guitars and in the spirit of Christmas, we are sharing some new tabs of some classic christmas songs.
Today’s offering is one of the most recognized Christmas Songs, The Little Drummer Boy. Click the link below to grab the FREE PDF for the instrument of your choice!
Introduced in the 1944 musical, Meet Me in St. Louis by Judy Garland, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” is a fun and easy song to play on your 3 or 4-string Cigar Box Guitar. Click the links below for the 3 or 4-string tab.
This well known Christmas Carol, like many of the hymns and carols weknow today, started off as a poem. Today it comes around every year as an essential Carol, heard round the world. Click the link below for the free lesson for either 3 or 4-string Open G (GDG) Cigar Box Guitars.
While Elvis wasn’t the first to sing Blue Christmas he certainly made it his own. Here we present the tab for this Christmas Classic, as performed by Elvis, for your 3-string Open G (GDG) Cigar Box Guitar.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is perhaps one of the most well known Christmas songs. Now you can learn this tuneon your 3 and 4 string cigar box guitars! Click the link below for the Free PDF tablature!
Ben has brought a number of new amazing tabs for the holiday season to our knowledge base. In the spirit of the holidays, we’re sharing some of these tabs for Christmas classics starting with “Here Comes Santa Claus”.
Originally published in 1923, these plans were originally presented in a children’s book in the early 1900s and give you step by step instructions on building a one-string violin that can be easily made in one afternoon.
Have you build one of these instruments, either from these plans or another source? Let us known in the comments!
When learning how to play a new chord on your Ukulele, it’s very handy to have a resource on hand that lets you quickly glance at the chord shape and make any necessary corrections so the notes ring out true.
Following that, we have created a chart for standard 4-string Ukuleles and other instruments tuned gCEA.
You can get the free printable graphic sheet below.