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Dusty Miller

Alfred Scoggins (5191) · [archive]
Style: Bluegrass · Level: Advanced · Tempo: 220
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Tunes like this are fun to play.

This one was quite challenging because of its repetitiveness and only having three chords. The B part has six G's in a row twice! The inclusion of the F makes it more modal though.

This is the basic tune - A part.

These tunes usually use just straight up-down picking and eighth notes. A relentless stream of eighth notes can get tedious but it's the hammer-on's, pull-off's and slides that make it interesting.

This part is straightforward but the slide at the end lifts it.
Dusty Miller