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Thread: anyone know where i can find Sawlon Ashokan Fairwell tab

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    Default anyone know where i can find Sawlon Ashokan Fairwell tab

    Looking for Ashokan Fairwell tab, chord melody

    or the Sawlon version for uke
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    Uketanzon,

    Dave Lawson is on FB as Fingerstyle Ukulele and Youtube as Sawlon and he has a blog>>>>Go to http://sawlon.blogspot.com/
    .....from his fb page...."I now have close to 200 pdf tabs available for a donation of $30.00. All of the arrangements are easy to intermediate and fairly easy to sight read. Sent via an email.
    Also, I have a YouTube performance video for most.
    Thanks, everybody!"
    http://sawlon.blogspot.com/

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    pm sent to you
    Koaloha Opio Acacia Longneck Soprano
    Martin IZ commemorative
    The Duke Banjo
    **************(((((
    personal build walnut and spruce tenor
    personal build cigar box uke, black limba, cedar & maple
    Personal built Koa and spruce tenor Resonator
    Personal built black lamba and cherry soprano

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    I have no idea what a Sawlon is but I use Jim Bottorf's version. The pdf includes tabs for banjo, CDGA tuning, and baritone uke. This is the first song that I am learning to play on my new CDGA tuned concert uke.

    http://www.jbott.com/ashokan3.pdf

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    It's in Spenser Gay's (free) chord melody book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziret View Post
    It's in Spenser Gay's (free) chord melody book.
    Thanks for reminding me of that fantastic book and website ... ukeeducation.org

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    Ken Middleton has a free high G tab on his website. Great for learning how to play up the neck.

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    I found this nice low G version:

    https://musescore.com/user/28309410/scores/5035587
    UkeFever... ukulele tabs for free!

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