Harmonica Tab: Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan

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Learn to play Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan on your harmonica, the tab is below.

Song facts: “Like a Rolling Stone” was written by Bob Dylan in 1965 after he returned from a particularly exhausting tour of England. It originated from a 10 page long extended piece of verse that Dylan wrote  and it wasn’t intended to become a song.

Harmonica type: diatonic

Listen to the song:

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Like A Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan (for diatonic harmonica)

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Comments (3)

  • Paul H.

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    I told you I started I would be a challenge I know I’m not ready yet by a long shot. You supply I guess you would call the sheet
    music, what I want to know the number note with the minus
    sign with it mean it’s a draw note or a blow note, I believe it is a draw note I just want to be sure. I love your lessons, I will be purchasing your lessons very soon Take Care!

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    • JP Allen

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      Hey Paul, you’re right on, the minus sign indicated a draw note. I’m glad to hear you will be trying out my lessons soon. jp

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      • Allen

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        Hey you’ll was wondering. All these’s song for harmonicas how u know when note needs to bend? Or carry it longer?

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