This page consists of
listings for flat pick guitar tabs available in LeWalt format with CD demonstration recordings.
Meanwhile, please read through the following
info about our listings...
The LeWalt tab format is unique in
that it features a timing display that is easier to read than that of "standard" tab. Also, all
left-hand fingering and sustain information, plus necessary right-hand information is included for every tab.
Tabs in LeWalt format may be purchased from the
following listings either with or without CD demos. All such orders are shipped in hard copy form to
your postal address.
Tablature prices do not include the cost of CD demo recordings.
Please add $2.00 to the tablature price for each CD demo you wish to order.
For more information about
ordering tabs and CDs from the following listings, please click on the "How to
Order" link at the top of this page and read through all of the ordering
info, including how to make purchases by check or money order (you'll find a
handy ready-to-print order form link), and on how to make purchases
online through PayPal, depending on your preference.
To hear a MIDI
sample of any selection in the following listings, click on the order number
shown at the left of the selection. Although the samples are derived
from TablEdit arrangements, they also serve as samples of LeWalt tab
arrangements. Just like the tab arrangements themselves, most of the samples
include guitar and bass accompaniment so that you may hear the arrangements
in their usual context. The samples usually consist of the first 8 to 20
measures, depending on tab length, but are occasionally taken from other
sections of the tabs that are more representative of song identity.
If you'd like to order a hard copy sample
tab to be mailed to your postal address, just choose any single tab from the following listings and mail your
choice along with $3.50 to cover shipping and handling, to: LeWalt Publishing, 4930 E Horsehaven Ave, Post Falls,
Idaho 83854 U.S.A. Included with your sample tab will be a booklet of technique and practice tips, which also
includes sections on how to read and get the most out of tablature.
If you've visited us
before, you may have noticed that most of the listings now include
additional info in the song descriptions. The reason for its inclusion is that I
believe on some level, knowing as much as possible about a song's
origin and history in terms of when it was written and/or recorded, and by
whom, helps us perform it better. Of course, maybe it's just a story I tell myself,
and in reality it doesn't help much at all...
In the event you don't have a mandolin player handy, it's not necessary to purchase the two
One 29 minute CD demonstrates all guitar and mandolin sections on
5 tracks in this manner: Track 1 - Guitar lead, Track 2 - Mandolin lead, Track 3 - Mandolin
and Guitar in Harmony, Track 4 - Mandolin and Guitar leads with rhythm guitar, and Track 5 -
Rhythm guitar only.