Marshall Tucker Band guitar lesson – Ramblin – with tablature

Learn how to play the Marshall Tucker Band’s “Ramblin” with each guitar lick demonstrated at full tempo and fifty-percent tempo.

As always, please feel free to ask any questions. Don’t be shy.

Before You Download The Tab: I’m helping you learn these licks/solos/songs and lessons, and now I am asking you to please help me with a small PayPal donation, buy “Little Martha” from iTunes or stream my song Maxstrumental 6C for free using Apple Music, Spotify or rdio.com, or watch my video titled “Caroline’s Kaleidoscope Chill” below. Please also add the songs to playlist. Thank you!
 
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THE TAB:

Marshall Tucker Band - Ramblin guitar tab pg 1 of 4

Marshall Tucker Band – Ramblin guitar tab pg 1 of 4

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Marshall Tucker Band – Ramblin guitar tab pg 2 of 4

Marshall Tucker Band - Ramblin guitar tab pg 3 of 4

Marshall Tucker Band – Ramblin guitar tab pg 3 of 4

Marshall Tucker Band - Ramblin guitar tab pg 4 of 4

Marshall Tucker Band – Ramblin guitar tab pg 4 of 4

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7 comments on “Marshall Tucker Band guitar lesson – Ramblin – with tablature

    • Thank you Anita, I probably should have practiced it for another couple of weeks before putting it out, but….I didn’t. I really love this song, and was looking forward to regaining enough control of my left hand to pull it off.

      My left hand wasn’t a problem to the degree that more time wouldn’t have solved, but excitement overcame judgment. Probably not a good thing at my age…

  1. lol Richard, you are a very tight guitar player, and hear you were telling me something else 🙂 PS, I really am digging the digs!

    Your finger play is so direct. Some people have trouble with bends, and those close chord structures. I also like how you write everything out for people too. Love it, my brother would like this blog, I am going to send it to him!

    Peace in harmony!

  2. Hey Rick, I accidently stumbled upon your “Ramblin'” lesson on Youtube. I always had that intro about 95% accurate, but you have it down, so thanks for the clarity on this. Will
    be following more of your lessons and input. Thanks again!

    Steve

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