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    Hi, does anyone know where I can find mandolin tab for Bill Monroe's 'Scotland'? Thanks

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    I like this tune, here’s a version done by Tristan Scroggins a while back, why don’t you contact him, I’d imagine he’d teach it to you.

    https://pegheadnation.com/commentary...days-scotland/
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    Come good tabs from this site and where I got mine -

    http://www.bluegrasscollege.org/

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    Great suggestions, Dave, Steve and Bigskygirl. Thank you...I now have multiple options. Much appreciated. Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdogger View Post
    Hi, does anyone know where I can find mandolin tab for Bill Monroe's 'Scotland'? Thanks
    mandozine.com has TAB, notation and MIDI

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    Default Re: Bill Monroe - "Scotland" Tab

    Stacy Phillips had a book which I have in downloadable form that has a very nice transcription of Scotland and a lot of other Lesser-known Bill Monroe instrumentals. While searching for the exact title (Stoney Lonesome) I just learned that Stacy passed away in 2018. Stacy authored a lot of great books in the bluegrass genre. His Bluegrass fiddle book is chock-full of great licks for the mandolin

    His Bill Monroe Instrumental book is standard notation only which made it very versatile.
    Yet another reason to learn standard notation.

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