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I just received an AMAZING 4-string CBG built by Jon Pruett (http://www.cigarboxnation.com/profile/JonPruett?xg_source=activity) and have been plunking around with it for a few days. I've done a few 6-string lessons years ago, and I have it tuned to DGBE to allow me to use some of the old scales and stuff that I know.
But what now? Any leads on where to find decent 4 string tabs, maybe for other instruments, that I can tweak? I'm also really interested in learning various blues riffs and then being able to improvise a song.
Where do I go next?
Yep, you can use baritone uke tabs and chord sheets to find playable music. You can also use baritone uke chord diagrams. 4 string anything tuned dgbe and baritone use uses the same chord structures.
Here is one of my fave sites ..... http://www.alligatorboogaloo.com/uke/