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.
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I agree about music, once again I discover something to learn about, thanks for sharing this one…
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Thank you by the lesson! Very cool chord progression on this beautiful song!
My pleasure, glad you enjoyed it. Interesting thing about the Marshall Tucker Band, is that like the Allman Brothers, they were heavily influenced by jazz.
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?
Yes, that and the progressions often vary from the norm.
Alright, thank you!
I donated $5 but don’t see the chord sheet, please help me out here. Thanks.
First, thank you for the donation! Not sure why it didn’t appear on the page for you, but here is the link to it, I just redid the link in case it was somehow corrupted:
Also, I don’t know if you saw it, but I also did the full song, and provided tab for the intro and full solo, which can be found here: https://guitarlicksandtabs.com/2013/11/03/marshall-tucker-band-guitar-lesson-ramblin-with-tablature/
Sorry for the trouble, and again thank you for the donation, truly appreciated!