Guitars, Cadillacs

This is an online fiddle lesson for the country song "Guitars, Cadillacs" by Dwight Yoakam.

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Genre: Country
Skill Level: Advanced
Key of A

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Video #1: Here is a video of me playing "Guitars, Cadillacs."

Video #2: Jammin' to the jam track.

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"Guitars, Cadillacs" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Dwight Yoakam. It was released in June 1986 as the second single and partial title track from his debut album Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc..

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    John Cockman
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    By special request: This is an online fiddle lesson for the country song “Guitars, Cadillacs” by Dwight Yoakam.

    Full post at: Guitars, Cadillacs

    #59342
    cricket
    cricket
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    Great playing!  The jam track is awesome!

    #59725

    Susan Latham
    Participant

    Hi,

    I believe there is a mistake in the first measure on the sheet music/lessons/tablature.  The last note (first measure) I believe is  an “e” but shows a “d”.  Yes? I don’t know how to do a screen shot, lol  Thanks.

    #59751

    John Cockman
    Keymaster

    Hi! Dwight Yokam’s fiddler plays a D note there, but I find myself playing either/or. The E note would be correct for the scale, but the D note is easier because it frees your hand up for the next measure when playing it fast.

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