Jam Pot Jam
This should be played at a steady pace and provides an opportunity for young players to move around the fretboard without too great a challenge. Moving between the chords of C and G can be tricky for young players, and this might be best done by the teacher or a more experienced pupil. Fret numbers are given above the notes and string numbers below. A bass part can be improvised quite easily on fret 3 strings 5/6 (or 3/4 on bass guitar), or there is a written out (optional) bass part included.
Two copies are included with chord diagrams for both right-handed and left-handed players, together with an optional teacher’s bass part.
This is a little tricky and requires some crossing of strings mid-phrase. The melody is entirely in 1st position and a bass part can be improvised on open strings. Fret numbers are indicated above...
The Tune With No Name
The melody can be played in first or second position; it is marginally easier in 2nd position. Fret numbers are given above the notes and string numbers indicated underneath. A bass part can be...