Okay, let's move onto Bill Cheatham.
Bill Cheatham is a great, fiddle tune.
And I'm gonna do a little etude first to,
we're going to kind of approximate three
finger rolls but with two fingers.
It gives it a different flavor.
Maybe a little more power in certain ways.
And here's the etude.
You're going to go.
Thumb on the second string,
index underneath, thumb on the second
string again, index on the first.
go from the third string to the fourth to
the third to the second.
So here's a little etude.
So it's thumb, index,
thumb, index, thumb,
index, on the D 7th.
[MUSIC] G. [MUSIC]
Now let's try Bill Cheatham.
So in this B part, you're taking your F
position G chord.
And then to go to the C,
I just add the ring on the fifth fret of
the second string.
Middle on the fifth fret of the third
Move it up two frets for the D.
Move the pinky up to the ninth fret
of the first string.
here's your D position G chord between the
seventh and ninth frets.
this is taking a little bit of a liberty.
This is a B-minor chord.
You have 12, 12, and 11, pinky, ring, and
Down two frets.
To the G.
I keep it pinky, ring, and index for each
Down two frets.
So I don't ever switch fingers there.
And this time I'm playing a kind of a C,
more of a C sixth.
One, two, three, four, five, six.
So the G chord, bar the first three
add the pinky on the first string.
Two frets higher.
To your G.
And then the ending is just a fiddle lick.
Or the second ending.
It's really fun to do
that B part when you get a little speed
And so on and so forth.
So there's Bill Cheatham.