I love building breaks that interpret the melody of a tune in a unique way, and that’s exactly what we have here! This solo is not too difficult, but it’s got some tricks that will keep you on your toes and turn that frown upside-down!
TEF file is not working for me Ben!
Hey @mattgibsn - Sorry you’re having trouble with that. I just hopped over there and downloaded that file as a test and it worked fine on my end.
I’m not a techy guy, but I’ll tag @Mark_Rocka and when he gets here I bet he can get you all fixed up.
Hi William do you have TefView/TablEdit installed on your device ?
What @Archie said. If you don’t have the TEF viewer, head over to here and download you a free copy.
Since this lesson popped up again, just wanted to say, this is one of my fav tunes to play. The lesson looks daunting at first, but it’s easy to learn and really fun.
It’s working now. I’ve had tabledit for awhile, it’s a great learning tool. Thanks for providing them and thanks for the quick response!
Great lesson, am learning it because my banjo teacher/jam friend and my old guitar teacher and I are playing at a veteran’s dinner and are doing this one. Some neat licks in there.
I love this old Carter family tune. I am working on all three solos: guitar, mandolin, and banjo.