Stephen Bennett

About Stephen Bennett

Whether playing his great-grandfather's harp guitar, his 1930 National Steel or a standard 6-string, Stephen Bennett is a musician to hear. His playing has won awards and critical praise. In live performance and on record, his diverse musical influences and interests are joined with a lifelong love affair with the sound of guitar strings.

Transcriptions

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Transcriptions are listed alphabetically. More titles are added all the time – so please check back. Transcriptions were created using Finale and will be sent to you as a PDF file attached to an email. You’ll get standard musical notation AND tab.

I have to see your email order before I can send you the PDF. I usually send the same day you order but occasionally it may take a day or two before I get a chance to send the transcription to you.  I have to send from either my desktop or my laptop so if I am away from both of those, it might not be as quickly as you would like.  

These transcriptions take a lot of time to create. Their accuracy is reasonably good. However – sometimes I miss a fingering here and there. My brain tends to glaze over when checking the tab, and so mistakes happen. Point such things out to me if you notice them. If I agree with you, I’ll fix it and send you an updated copy.

Email me if you have questions.

And — thanks for your interest in my music!

p.s. Also please feel free to send me an email (sb@harpguitar.com) letting me know which tunes you’d like to see here next! That doesn’t necessarily mean I’ll do it – but the odds of that go up!

96 Percent

From my Everything Under The Sun cd of 2004, here is the music and tab transcription for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

A Meditation

Harp guitar, in standard with sub-basses tuned GABCDG (low to high pitch). I was playing my harp guitar back in 2002 when the phone rang. It was someone giving me the news that Chet Atkins had just passed away. I continued playing my harp guitar and this tune came out. It’s on my 2002 cd called Ten.

A Walk On Winkfield Row

A tune from the River cd for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.  Winkfield Row was the name of the street my friend Tommy Emmanuel was living on at the time.  

A Whiter Shade Of Pale

Solo harp guitar with sub-basses tunes G D C B A F (high to low).  On the In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen album.

Adirondack Lullaby

From my Tunes cd of 2000, this is for 6-string guitar in standard tuning with a capo at the 2nd fret of the 1st five strings.

Adventure Dog

On my High Street cd, I wrote this tune in 2007 for my dog Ben. The guitar has the first string tuned down to D, with sub-basses at F# A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Allison’s Wedding
For harp guitar with subs G D C B A E (descending), this is from my 2015 cd Still On The Line.

Alpine and Coco

From my Ten cd of 2002, this is for guitar in Drop D tuning, with a capo at the 3rd fret.

America The Beautiful

From my Ten cd, released in 2002, here is the music and tab transcription for slide 6-string guitar in open G tuning.

Annabel Lee

From Pictures (1996), a slide tune with my National steel guitar. The tuning is D G D G B D

Atlanta Blues

From my cd “Ten”, released in 2002. Here’s the music and tab transcription for 6-string slide guitar in open G tuning, BUT with the 6th string tuned up to F. (That’d make it a G7 tuning, but nobody would know what I was talking about if I just called it that). I recorded the tune on my 1930 National steel guitar. Actually, it was written for this particular guitar which was found in Atlanta in 1968 by a guy who was my boss back in 1980. It was sitting in an apartment when he moved in and although he didn’t play himself, he hung on to it – at least until I got my hands on it and talked him out of it!

At This Moment

For harp guitar, in standard with sub-basses tuned G#ABC#DF# (low to high pitch). From my 1996 cd “Harp Guitar”.

Aunt Lu’s Waltz

For harp guitar. Standard 6-string tuning with sub-basses at F A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Beale Street Blues

From the Good Wood cd, released in 2009 to celebrate my 1909 harp guitar turning 100. Standard tuning with sub-basses at GABCDG (low pitch to high)

Behind Blue Eyes

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), here’s my arrangement of the classic Who tune – arranged for solo harp guitar. Rock on! The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Bridget & Elanor

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Bridget O’Malley

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Burnside

For 6-string guitar in standard tuning. This is taught in greater detail on Fingerstyle Finesse, my first project with TrueFire — which is available here.

Can’t Find My Way Home

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), here’s my arrangement of the great Blind Faith tune – arranged for solo harp guitar in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Carl & August

A harp guitar tune from 1995, this was on my Pictures cd in 1996. Standard tuning with sub-basses at GABCDG (low to high pitch). Carl & August were the Larsen Brothers, the legendary luthiers who built my great-grandfather’s harp guitar.

Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers

A great tune by Stevie Wonder, but perhaps best known from Jeff Beck’s version from his classic recording Blow By Blow. For solo harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses tuned F A B C D G

Cherry Blossom Time

For 6-string guitar – but with the 5th string tuned down to G

Chocolate Mo

For slide guitar, tuned CGCGCC. I wrote this tune for my friend Andy McKee after I heard that the young daughter of some friends of mine had this wonderful name for Andy. How could I resist writing a tune with that as a title? 

Cielito Lindo

For harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned at G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

C Is For Cloe

From my Everything Under The Sun cd of 2004, this is transcribed for slide guitar in C G C G C D tuning.

City On The Hill

This tune was my compositional response to the events of September 11, 2001 and was on my Ten cd, released in 2002. For solo harp guitar capoed at the 3rd fret – but leaving the 6th string open and tuned down to Eb. Sub-basses are F A Bb C D G

Clair De Lune
For harp guitar with 6 sub-basses, tuned F#, D, C#, B, A, E – descending, this is my arrangement of Claude Debussy’s beautiful composition. I recorded it for my 2016 cd – Tone Poet.

Col De Lauteret

For 6-string guitar – capo on the 2nd fret, but with the 6th string left open. This is taught in greater detail on Fingerstyle Finesse, my first project with TrueFire — which is available here.

Color Line

For harp guitar in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned G, D, C, Bb, A, F descending, this is from my River cd.

Cooley’s Reel

From my No Net cd of 1999, this is for 6-string guitar in Drop D tuning.

Copper Beech

From my Passages cd of 2019, this is for 5-string banjo and bass.  I played both.

Cornwall

This tune was originally recorded on my Pictures cd in 1996. Here is the music and tab transcription for solo harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses tuned (from lowest pitch to highest: GABCDG). Cornwall was also on the Narada compilation entitled Masters of the Acoustic Guitar, released in 1997.

Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy

From my Christmas cd, released in 2005, here is the music and tab transcription for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

Doin’ The Jive
For 6-string guitar in Drop D tuning, with a capo on the 3rd fret, this is from my 2017 cd Fifty Years, and Counting… My arrangement is, as with Oriental Swing, a blend of the original Glenn Miller hit and the electro-swing adaptation of that tune by Parov Stelar (which he calls Clap Your Hands).

Do Not Forsake Me (Theme from High Noon)

A great tune written by Dimitri Tiompkin, I worked it up for inclusion on my Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar cd released in 2012. The harp guitar is in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high)

Down A Kansas Road

From my High Street cd of 2012, this is transcribed for 6-string guitar in standard tuning. (Note: I wrote and recorded it on a baritone guitar for the cd, so although the fingerings are exactly the same for regular guitar, it will sound higher than the baritone).

Down By The Old Mill Stream

From the Good Wood cd, released in 2009 to celebrate my 1909 harp guitar turning 100. Standard tuning with sub-basses at GABCDG (low pitch to high)

Emerald City

From my Solos & Duets cd of 1992, this is for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

Everything Under The Sun

For harp guitar in standard tuning. Sub-basses are FABbCDG (low to high). The title tune from my 2004 release.

Faith’s Waltz

For 6-string guitar in almost standard tuning – the low E is tuned up to F.

Fields of Plastic

From my Tunes cd of 2000, this is transcribed for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

Filtration Blues

Originally for baritone guitar, here for 6-string guitar in standard tuning. This is taught in greater detail on Fingerstyle Finesse, my first project with TrueFire — which is available here.

For Pete

In honor and memory of my friend Pete Huttlinger.  I composed it for harp guitar but also have an arrangement for standard 6-string guitar.  Capo 3 in both cases.  The sub-basses are F Bb Bb C Eb G (low pitch to high)

Funk 47

For 6-string guitar in standard tuning

Gentle Annie

A Stephen Foster tune I arranged for harp guitar. Standard 6-string tuning with sub-basses at G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

From my Christmas cd, released in 2005, here is the music and tab transcription for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

Going Home

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Good Dog

This tune was originally recorded on my Tunes cd in 2000. Here is the music and tab transcription for solo guitar in standard tuning. Lots of harmonics!

Good King Wenceslaus

From my Christmas cd, released in 2005, here is the music and tab transcription for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

Gymnopedie #1

Written by Erik Satie for piano, I included this on my Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar cd in 2012. Harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high).

Gymnopedie #2

For harp guitar in standard tuning. Sub-basses are FABbCDG (low to high). One of Erik Satie’s classic compositions.

Gymnopedie #3

For harp guitar in standard tuning. Sub-basses are EABCDG (low to high). Another of Erik Satie’s classic compositions. Note* Gymnopedie #1 is also here – scroll down to number 41

Hark The Herald Angels We Have Heard On High

From my Christmas cd, released in 2005, here is the music and tab transcription for 6-string guitar in standard tuning. It is, of course, two tunes: Hark The Herald Angels Sing — and — Angels We Have Heard On High!

Heron Waits

For 6-string guitar in standard tuning. I originally flatpicked this tune, but now play it with just my fingers.

High Street

The title track from my cd release of 2012. For harp guitar, in standard tuning, with sub-basses at FABCDG (low pitch to high)

Home On The Range

Don’t laugh – it’s a great tune! For harp guitar. Standard tuning with sub-basses at G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Honky Tonk Women

My arrangement of this from 2011 for Harp Guitar. The guitar section is in standard, with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low to high)

Hovenweep

For harp guitar in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned to G, Eb, C, B, Bb, F descending, this is from my Tone Poet cd.

I Believe

Originally for baritone guitar, here for 6-string guitar in standard tuning. This is taught in greater detail on Fingerstyle Finesse, my first project with TrueFire — which is available on the Store page.

I Knew It Was You

For 6-string guitar in standard tuning with a capo at the 2nd fret BUT leaving the first string open.

Incense and Peppermints

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), here’s my arrangement of the 1967 hit – arranged for solo harp guitar. The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Inchworm

A tune written by Frank Loesser, I created this arrangement for my Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar cd released in 2012. The suggestion to do so came from my friend Gregg Miner. For harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high).

In The Bleak Midwinter

I recorded a similar version of this gorgeous tune 20 years ago on my Nutcracker Suite cd. However, the version transcribed here is the way I played it on my 2005 Christmas cd. Solo harp guitar in standard tuning with the sub-basses GABCDG (low to high).

In The Court Of The Crimson King

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd from 2010, here is the classic King Crimson tune – arranged for solo harp guitar in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Issoudun

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

I Will Remove Myself Farther From You

From my Music From Tsenacommacah cd from 2003, this is a harp guitar and high-strung guitar duet. Only the harp guitar part (the main instrument for the piece) is finished now. The guitar has the first string tuned down to D and the sub-basses are tuned E A B C D G (low to high).

Jack and Elaine

From the Reflections cd in 2006, this tune is for guitar in standard tuning.

Katude

For 6-string guitar in standard tuning

Lady Bird

From my Ten cd of 2002, this is for 6-string guitar in standard tuning with a capo at the 4th fret, leaving the 1st string open.

Late Last Night

From my River cd, this tune is for solo harp guitar. The guitar is in standard tuning, the sub-basses are G D C B A E, descending.

Life’s Too Short (to be in a bad mood)

From my Pictures cd of 1996, this is for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

Light My Fire

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), it’s the Doors arranged for solo harp guitar. The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Little Martha (Stewart)

From my River cd of 2001, this is for 6-string guitar in standard tuning with a capo at the 4th fret, leaving the 1st string open.

Long Forgotten Chambers Of The Heart

A harp guitar tune from my Reflections cd, released in 2006. In standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned EABCDG (low to high). The title came from a line someone wrote me after a concert. It was about the power of music, about how it could reach inside and touch “long forgotten chambers…”

Lullaby

A great tune by George Gershwin released on my Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar cd, released in 2012. For harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high).

Magic Andrew

From my Ten cd, released in 2002. For harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high).

Merry Christmas, Mr. Gorbachev

From my Guitar Town cd of 1994, this tune is for harp guitar with standard tuning on the guitar part and sub-basses tuned to G A B C D G (low to high pitch).

Miss Generosity

From my Reflections cd, released in 2006. Music and tab transcription for 6-string guitar in standard tuning, BUT with the 6th string tuned down to C. I wrote this for Sandra Bullock, inspired by her gift of a million dollars for relief efforts after the tsunani in Indonesia. (Then she donated another million after the tsunami in Japan a few years later as well!).

My Backyard
For 6-string guitar in standard tuning, this was on my Tunes cd, released back in 2000.

Nature Boy

From my Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar cd, here’s my arrangement of the classic tune by Eden Ahbez. The guitar part of the instrument is in standard, with sub-basses at E A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen

For harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned at G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Not Fade Away

From Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar, arranged for solo harp guitar in open E tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C# D G (low pitch to high).\

November

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned F A Bb C D G (low pitch to high)

On The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Oregon

I wrote this tune in 2001 and it appeared on my cd River released that year. For harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses at GABC#DF# (low pitch to high).

Oriental Swing
For 6-string guitar in Drop D tuning, this is from my 2017 cd Fifty Years, and Counting… My arrangement is a blend of the original 1938 tune by Omah Spencer (it was a hit by Lil Hardin Armstrong) and the electro-swing adaptation of that by Parov Stelar (which he calls Booty Swing).

Oz Want A Squirrel
For harp guitar with subs G D C B A E (high to low), this tune is from my 2016 cd Tone Poet.

Peggy Sue

A classic tune from Buddy Holly, arranged for solo harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses (low to high) E A B C D G

Perestroika

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high) and the guitar tuned in drop D

Perestroika (Revisited)

Same tuning as the original version (above).  I created this arrangement in 2016 to stretch out and develop some of the original musical ideas a little further.

Please Listen

For solo harp guitar, this music was composed in honor of my friend Hirokatsu Takai, gone too soon.  Sub-basses are F Ab Bb C Eb G

Puttin’ On The Ritz

Arranged for 6-string guitar in standard tuning, this is on my 2017 release Fifty Years, and Counting…

Remember

I recorded this piece in 2000 for my Tunes cd, using a flatpick, which is something I no longer do. Lately I’ve been playing this tune again, but now using my fingers. Music and tab transcription for 6-string guitar in standard tuning, but with the 6th string tuned up to F.

River

This tune was originally recorded on my cd of the same name in 2001, with Tommy Emmanuel playing percussion on his guitar. The music and tab transcription offered here is for solo harp guitar. Standard tuning with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high)

Rohan Theme

The first track on my Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar cd, released in 2012. Composed by Howard Shore, my arrangement is for harp guitar, in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high).

Rosetta

For 6-string guitar in Open D tuning, this is a tune I wrote in honor of Rosetta Tharpe, one of the coolest guitarists ever! It’s on my Fifty Years, and Counting… cd from 2017.

Sacagawea

From my High Street cd of 2012, this is for guitar in standard tuning, with a capo at the 2nd fret.

Sea Rose Beach

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D F# (low pitch to high)

Shenandoah

From the Good Wood cd, released in 2009 to celebrate my 1909 harp guitar turning 100. Standard tuning with sub-basses at GABCDG (low pitch to high)

Someone To Watch Over Me

From Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar, arranged for solo harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses tuned F A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Song For Michael

A tune I wrote for my kidney donor (ex-ex-brother-in-law and friend) and released on the High Street cd in 2012. For harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high).

Song For Tsenacommacah

Originally for baritone guitar, here for 6-string guitar in standard tuning. This is taught in greater detail on Fingerstyle Finesse, my first project with TrueFire — which is available on the Store page of this website.

Soon

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), this is my arrangement of the gorgeous Yes tune. The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned F A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Storm King

A solo guitar tune from long ago, this was released on my Guitar Town cd in 1994. Standard tuning. Storm King is the name of a mountain I love in NY, near the town of Cornwall where I grew up.

Tava (Mountain of the Sun)

A piece of music for solo guitar.  I recorded it using a 12-string guitar in Open G tuning tuned down so that it was effectively Open Eb.  I wrote it in memory of my friend Charlie Hall who passed in December 2018 from brain cancer.

Teacher

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), here’s my arrangement of the Jethro Tull tune – arranged for solo harp guitar. The guitar has the high E (1st string) dropped to D, with the sub-basses tuned F A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Tenochtitlan

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low pitch to high)

The Black Gunners

For harp guitar in standard tuning. Sub-basses are EABC#DG (low to high). From 2014’s Still On The Line cd.

The Breasts Of The World (Song For Colorado)
For 6-string guitar in standard tuning, with a capo at the 2nd fret of the top 5 strings. This is from my Reflections cd of 2006.

The Elk Below

For harp guitar, this tune is from my Tone Poet cd. On the recording, there is a high strung guitar accompanying the harp guitar. This part is not yet transcribed; only the harp guitar part is.

The Eye Of God

A harp guitar tune of mine from the Tunes cd of 2000. Guitar in standard, sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low to high)

The Fishing Hole (theMayberry RFD theme)

It’s on my 50 Years, and Counting… cd.  For solo guitar in standard tuning.

Send me an email (sb@harpguitar.com) about getting this transcription.

The House Of Love And Friendship

From the Reflections cd in 2006, this tune is for guitar in standard tuning with capo on the 2nd fret of the top 5 strings.

Theme For An Imaginary Game Show

6-string guitar in standard but with the 6th string tuned down to C.

Theme From An Imaginary Western

From In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen (2010), this is my arrangement of a tune by Mountain. The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned F A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Theme from To Kill A Mockingbird

From Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar, arranged for solo harp guitar in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Theme from The Magnificent Seven

The great theme written by Elmer Bernstein for the 1952 film. I arranged this for my Cool Tunes for Harp Guitar cd in 2012. Harp guitar in standard tuning, with sub-basses at EABCDG (low pitch to high).

The Moon Tonight

For 6-string guitar in drop D tuning and capoed at the 7th fret.

The Most Beautiful Sky

From my River cd of 2001, this is for 6-string guitar in Drop D tuning.

The Swingset

From Tunes (2000), a slide tune with my National steel guitar. The tuning is E G D G B D

The Travis Crawl

For 6-string guitar in standard tuning, this tune is from my River cd from 2001

The Water Is Wide

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

The Wind Cries Mary

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), here’s my arrangement of Jimi Hendrix’s great tune. The tuning: well, it’s complicated and not, all at the same time. The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C D G (low pitch to high). At least that’s how I notated it. It’s also how I think about it when playing it. However — because of the low string bends, I detuned the whole instrument a half-step for the recording.

Thornton’s Creek

From the Harp Guitar cd of 1998, this is a harp guitar duet. Both instruments have the guitars in standard tuning and the sub-basses at G D C B A G (although that last G would probably be an E instead these days).

Time/Breathe

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), but of course originally from Pink Floyd’s classic Dark Side Of The Moon! The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned E A B C# D F# (low pitch to high).

Tom and Sally

Originally recorded on my cd No Net in 1999. Here is the music and tab transcription of the harp guitar part I played. On the recording I added a high-strung guitar part as well. Standard tuning with sub-basses at G# A B C# D F# (low pitch to high)

Traveling Song

For 6-string guitar – but with the 6th string tuned up to F

Tuesday Blues

For 6-string guitar with the 6th string tuned up to F. From my 1999 No Net recording.

Veteran’s Day
For harp guitar with 6 sub-basses, tuned G, D, C, B, A F – descending, this is from my 2015 cd Still On The Line.

Via Camuzzoni

For 6-string guitar in standard tuning, capo on 4th fret – but with open 6th string.

Vika’s Tune

From my Still On The Line cd of 2014, this is for 6-string guitar in standard tuning, with a capo on the 5th fret of the 1st 5 strings.

Vitamin G

Solo 6-string in standard tuning.  (G is for guitar, by the way).

Walking In A Winter Wonderland

My arrangement of the holiday classic from 1934. For standard 6-string guitar.

Waltz For A Maple Tree

For 6-string guitar with a capo on the 2nd fret, leaving the 6th string open. From my 2000 River recording.

Welcome To New Rome

From the High Street cd, released in 2012. For harp guitar, with the first string tuned down to D, and with sub-basses at EABbCDG (low pitch to high).

We Shall Overcome

From the Good Wood cd, released in 2009 to celebrate my 1909 harp guitar turning 100. Standard tuning with sub-basses at GABCDG (low pitch to high)

Westphalia Waltz

Harp guitar with the sub-basses tuned G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Wheelbarrow Boogie

From my Tunes cd of 2000, this is for 6-string guitar in standard tuning.

White Room

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), here is one of the best rock tunes ever! The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned F A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Whiter Shade Of Pale

From my In-A-Gadda-Da-Stephen cd (2010), here’s my arrangement of Procul Harum’s tune – arranged for solo harp guitar. The guitar is in standard tuning, with the sub-basses tuned F A B C D G (low pitch to high).

Winfield

From my Harp Guitar cd in 1998, I wrote this tune for the big acoustic music festival in Kansas that I have played at many times. The guitar part of the instrument is in standard, with sub-basses at G A B C D G (low pitch to high)

Xenia

This tune was originally recorded on my Everything Under The Sun cd in 2004. Here is the music and tab transcription for solo guitar with the 6th string tuned up to F.