Lost Indian - Intermediate Tab
Straight forward arrangement of this favorite flatpick guitar tab.
Lost Indian was was one of the first songs that I learned to play when learning flatpick guitar. It is a typical AA-BB arrangement in that you play the verse twice and the chorus twice.
This arrangement will be a great exercise for both beginner and intermediate guitar players and give the advanced player a good basis to start an advanced arrangment.
Be sure to put this song at the top of you list for parking lot picking as you are sure to run across it sooner or later.
There are 2 runs here and both are uniquely different even though they are both in the key of G. This will be enough work for a week for most guitar players - that is to master them correctly and in trying to approach Tony's lightening speed.
Being a typical fiddle tune, this one is usually played in the key of "A" Major. Since it is tabbed in G you will need to capo the 2nd fret when you play with a band.
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The TAB has all of the chords and notes accurately transcribed. All the left hand fingerings you should use and the correct down and up strokes of the pick for each note is indicated as well. Also, the Guitar Pro master file is included to additionally help you.
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