Animated Dee tab by Ozzy Osbourne on guitar. So easy you'll be playing in minutes.

This Randy Rhoads composition is on the Blizzard of Ozz album. It's a rather nice classical piece, but is a challenge to play. The trick to it is positional play - i.e. quickly moving between different positions on the fretboard, and using the right fingers to do so. We show you the best fingerings to use to play through the tune in this ActionTab.

This is a fingerpicked tune, and sounds great on either steel string acoustic or nylon string classical guitars. There are no other instruments involved in the tune, and although it is tricky in places it is also quite short. This makes it a good choice for lovers of Rhoads' music to practice. However, you should have some intermediate fingerpicking / playing skills before getting stuck into this level of difficulty.

Randy Rhoads was an avid classical player, famously seeking out local classical teachers for lessons while touring with Ozzy. 'Dee' is a classical instrumental piece (short for 'Delores', Randy's mother).

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