Dizzy Fingers (Zez Confrey classic), arranged by Mike Neer

$13.00 (Excl. Tax)

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You may have heard Zez Confrey’s 1923 classic Novelty piano tune Dizzy Fingers played by the great Chet Atkins or you may have heard one of the many great piano recordings of the tune.  Well now you can not only hear it played on lap steel guitar, but you can also learn how to play it!  This arrangement is full of interesting and challenging techniques that form the essence of Mike’s style.

This arrangement of Dizzy Fingers is for C6 tuning (7-string w/low A or 8 string C13).  To be clear, here are the strings you’ll need:

1 = E
2= C
3 = A
4 = G
5 = E
6 = C
7 = A

Have a look at Mike playing it:

Included in the package you’ll receive tablature/notation (8 pp.) in pdf form, backing tracks at 150 and 200 bpm, a Band-In-A-Box file for the rhythm tracks and Mike’s recording of the tune.