Posted 16 December 2011 - 01:14 AM
LickByNeck has many, many songs, not just about Christmas.
I did a search on Christmas and found over 20 or so. There's tab, they have a program that runs on your computer (no virus - I checked), and a video of the software they use.
It seems to be fingerstyle and fairly advanced. I'm around Session 6 now and it's over my head. But for you folks who've gotten to the "master" side of the course, maybe you can find things here you'd like.
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Posted 16 December 2011 - 06:20 PM
I happened on the site a few times, and recently looking for a finger style version of Are you lonesome tonight. It's a novel idea, like guitar pro file player with fret board view and speed tempo control, the only drawback I find is is no music notation but definitely still worth a visit.
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