A bluegrass guitar lesson on the traditional fiddle tune “Sally Ann”. Originally recorded by the Hill Billies in 1925 and later made famous by Flatt and Scruggs, this catchy tune is a unique and interesting arrangement and has some classic bluegrass licks in it. We’ll learn this tune in the key of G with no capo.

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You’ll get streaming access to 3 MP4 video files, 6 MP3 audio practice tracks (3 with metronome), one PDF tab sheet and one TEF tab file. This lesson also includes SoundSlice Player integration so you can slow down, pause and rewind the melody in real time with the tab!

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Videos (Streaming)

Part A – 12:35
Part B – 4:46
Rhythm & Chords – 6:13

PDF Tab Sheets (Streaming and Download)

– “Sally Ann”.PDF

TEF Tab Files (Download)

– “Sally Ann”.TEF
(Use this file with TablEdit or TEFview.)

Audio Backing Tracks (Streaming and Download)

70 BPM – 5:10
70 BPM with Metronome – 5:10
90 BPM – 5:03
90 BPM with Metronome – 5:03
110 BPM – 5:06
110 BPM with Metronome – 5:06