Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash – 3-string Open G GDG – Cigar Box Guitar Tablature

This tablature will show you exactly how to play the melody and chords for the song Folsom Prison Blues, written and performed by the “Man in Black” himself, Johnny Cash.

Open G GDG Listing ImageThe tablature in the PDF link below will show you exactly how to play the melody and chords for the song Folsom Prison Blues, written and performed by the “Man in Black” himself, Johnny Cash. Cash first recorded this song way back in 1955 and it quickly became one of his signature pieces. It is a rocking fusion of blues and country elements, with murder, prison, trains and longing woven all through it. It is a favorite at jam sessions and definitely worth having in your toolbag. Continue reading “Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash – 3-string Open G GDG – Cigar Box Guitar Tablature”

Gitty Gang Theme Song Tablature for 3-string Cigar Box Guitar

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The tablature in the PDF link below will show you exactly how to play the melody and chords for the Gitty Gang Theme Song! The song is a variation on the classic Boogie in G blues progression, with lyrics and arrangement by Ben Gitty. This tablature is arranged for 3-string Open G “GDG” tuning.

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If you need some help with this style of tablature, here’s a video where Glenn Watt shows you how to read it

Oh When the Saints Go Marching In – 3-string Open G GDG – Chords & Tablature for 3-string Cigar Box Guitars

Open G GDG Listing ImageThe tablature in the PDF link below will show you exactly how to play the melody and chords for the well-known spiritual Oh When the Saints Go Marching In.

This song has been sung in churches for many years, and has also become a New Orleans Dixieland Jazz favorite. Louis Armstrong was the first to record it in 1938. It is a very simply arranged song with a simple, repetitive melody line, well-suited to playing on the cigar box guitar.

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!

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

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