Free Dobro Guitar Tabs and Tablature


Dobro is an American brand of resonator guitar. It is currently owned by Gibson Guitars though they are manufactured by the Gibson subsidiary Epiphone.
Resonator guitars were also manufactured in the Czech Republic. In 1997, Frantisek “Franta” Javurek founded Amistar (now Jedistar) which was a boutique resophonic guitar brand, that made around 100 guitars each year until his death in 2015.

Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert player, check out these free tabs, including lots of bluegrass dobro tabs.
Most are in the standard tuning for Dobro in bluegrass music, that is: G, B, D, G, B, D. For any regular guitar players, that’s the same tuning for an Open G Chord.

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Dobro Tabs

“A New Day”
“A Tribute to Peador O’Donnell”
“Birth Of The Blues”
“Blue Valentine”
“Blues for Vickie”
“Happy Together”
“How Great Thou Art”
“Irish Spring”
“Life Of A Hero”
“Messing Around”
“Red Bud Rag”
“Sleep Walk”
“The Last Polar Bear”
“The Little Drummer Boy”
“When You And I Were Young, Maggie”

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The Lost Coast – Download: PDF
Yesterday – Download: PDF

Dopyera Brothers and the Dobro Guitar

The Dopyera brothers, Slovak-American immigrants John, Rudy, Emil, and Robert, left an indelible mark on the world of musical instrument craftsmanship. In the early 20th century, they revolutionized acoustic guitar design by inventing and popularizing the resonator guitar, often referred to as the “Dobro.” Their innovative use of metal cones and amplification techniques allowed for louder and more distinct sound projection, making the resonator guitar a staple in genres like blues, bluegrass, and country music. The Dopyera brothers’ legacy endures as their inventions continue to shape the sound and style of countless musicians around the globe.

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