Here’s a Jay Ungar tune that’s slightly more obscure. I wouldn’t necessarily call it a jam standard but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t get called! It’s also very approachable which makes it a good one to teach players quickly. The melody here is pretty straight, sometimes the full up the neck backstep isn’t included in the A part but I think its fun this way, there’s also some double stops in the B part. Get yourself solidly in the intermediate range and learn some more obscure tunes!
(Intermediate guitar tabs include an ornamented version of the melody, chord markings above, and more often than not, a kick-off and a tag. Where the beginning guitar tabs had quarter notes expect there to now be a steady stream of eighth notes! These tabs, though more difficult than the beginning tabs, do not stray far from the melody like the advanced guitar tabs. Intermediate tabs without a bluegrass kick-off or tag generally come from other traditions such as Irish Fiddle Music (Frank’s Reel) or Spanish Folk Songs (La Borrachita).)