Little Martha
Songs & Artists - Allman Brothers
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Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members This instrumental was written by Duane Allman and originally played as a duet with fellow Allman Brother Dickie Betts. This arrangement in Open D Tuning combines the two parts with a steady bass line into a solo piece.

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The Tabs are just under the lesson as is the GP5 file. If you can't see them you should submit a ticket under support above.written by tombo1230, December 12, 2010
Hi How do I get the tabs for this piece of there a place on the website where I can print them out? I have signed up for a month to try out the site, and will sign on for the yest if I can feel comfortable with it...Let me know, Thanks.. Kathleen PS I need to learn this song ASAP!!!written by kathleen dunagan, April 27, 2010
Wahoo! My guitar has been in open D tuning for the last month and a half because I wanted to learn Bob Dylan's Buckets of Rain. I can play that so-so, but I'm still working on it. Anyway, because retuning constantly is such a pain and my free time is so limited, I've been looking for other songs & tunes to play in Open E (or D). So far, that includes She Talks to Angels (Black Crowes)and Prodigal Son (Rolling Stones version), both of which I can also play so-so. I knew Little Martha was in that tuning, but figuring it has evaded me. It's definitely gonna be a challenge - trying to get my thumb to keep a good steady rhythm while the rest of the fingers play something else, absolutely necessary in fingerpicking, has been hard for me to do. Anyway - thanks for this lesson, Neil! Tapwritten by mandomax, March 25, 2010