Anon. - Scarborough Fair (with tremolo) - Video

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Tremeggio
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Anon. - Scarborough Fair (with tremolo) - Video

Post by Tremeggio » Sun Aug 19, 2018 5:53 am

This is my basic version of the traditional folk tune 'Scarborough Fair'. It's a good study for switching the tremolo between the G string and the high E string. I focused the video on my right hand.

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Re: Anon. - Scarborough Fair (with tremolo) - Video

Post by MikeTaylor » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:21 am

Very nice. I like the effect that tremolo creates with this tune
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Re: Anon. - Scarborough Fair (with tremolo) - Video

Post by Danny_Hahn » Sat Apr 06, 2019 11:19 am

Beautifully arranged and played of a beautiful English folk song. But too hard for me to play; I have to content myself with a simpler melody arrangement that incorporates Paul Simon's arpeggios.

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