Marshall Tucker Band – Ramblin’ – basic guitar chord progression

Learn how to play the Marshall Tucker Band’s “Ramblin'” main guitar chord progression. If you take the time to hand-write out the full song tablature, you will more quickly learn how to figure out songs on your own. That will help you for all the songs for which you cannot find the tab you want, or you find it and you know it doesn’t sound right.
 
Note: As of July 23rd, 2014, tab is no longer free.

If you want to download the tab for this lesson, buy any one of the songs from my album “I’ll Be Back, Back With the Jack!”, email your receipt to guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com, and I will provide a link to access the tab for that email address.

Buy the entire album for $5 and I’ll include a link for all the tab I’ve written and/or typed for these lessons to date.

Thank you for your support!
Rick


 

Explanation:

For the past 2.5 years and 164K visitors, tens of thousands of people have downloaded my tabs, but fewer than a one-hundred took the time to thank me, much less hit the “donate” button (3 times total), so I decided it was time for a change.

People block ads, and won’t donate or purchase from Amazon links, so I presume I can’t make this worse by saying you can’t have it all for free any longer, as this was doing nothing for me.

I’m sadened by this, but don’t think it matters. People have shown that they want everything for free, and I no longer feel obligated to do it.

One person had the nerve to tell me I should do it for the “love of the music”, and that if he paid everyone he turned to for help playing guitar, he’d “be broke”. Go to a restaurant with that logic, and ask for food, then deny your wait-staff a tip, and ask for the food from the chef because he loves to cook. It’s insanity…it’s wrong.
 
 


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7 comments on “Marshall Tucker Band – Ramblin’ – basic guitar chord progression

      • Yes! I like Allman Bros too! I know almost nothing about music theory, it’s a problem for me. But the chords like the D9, F9, F#º7, Cº7, are very cool and adds pretty bits to the progression. The jazzy characteristics that you’re talking about are related to this chords?

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