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|That's actually pretty good dawg. |
I got the exact same chords as you.
I also have the correct tab for the solo
if anyone wants it, they can make a
comment on this song's 'Make a Comment'
and i'll read. Peace out yall.
-jeremy | 6/24/2003
Hey man, can you send me the solo? My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
-voodoochile | 6/25/2003
Voodoo guy, The tab is out it's titled fishin' song solo.
-jeremy | 8/3/2003
|I must be missing something:|
It says all chords are relative to the capo, but near as I know
x32010 which this says is Db is C. So do I play db shape shifted 1
half step up (via the cappo) or do I play C with the cappo?
Shouldn't all of the chords be listed as they normally would and the
cappo take care of the adjustment? This just seems to have made the
cappo more confusing than it should be in this piece.
-bbarker | 9/28/2003
|nvm if any 1 saw my commment|
nicely dun :)
-omgalice22 | 6/8/2004
|i have no idea how to read music so i dont know what the b or # or m means after the cord for example: Bb, B#, and Bm. can someone help me|
-chrisgrau | 8/30/2004
|Ab -- would indicate A flat, the 'b' = flat|
This means the note sounds a half tone lower
than the natural note.
F# -- would indicate F sharp, '#' = sharp
This means the note sounds a half tone
higher than the natural note.
Bm -- would indicate B minor, 'm' = minor
Minor chords are just like major chords,
except the 3rd of the chord is flattened,
giving it a minor tonality.
Don't worry about the theory side of any of
that too much yet.. just remember what the
symbols b,#,and m stand for. :-)
-axehappy | 8/30/2004
|yeah man. next time you tab out a song with a capo, do everybody a favor and name the chords by shape, not by their actual note. it's far less confusing. If you know chords by note, you have to transpose everything down a half step when you're reading the dern thing. It's a pain in the you-know-what.|
-jacobduley | 1/24/2005
|Could you please clarify the whole capo relative thing please. Do I play these cord shapes listed using a capo or is this the actual chord sound after playing a cord shape (example C shape) with the capo. I want to play along with the CD. Could you please relist with chord shapes? thanks|
-danpalex | 1/31/2011
|The chord diagrams in this tab are not relative to capo, so just play the chord shapes you see and your capo will do the rest. Also it makes a lot more sense to put the capo on 2. This is a sweet tab though the chords are spot on it's just a little confusing.|
-Iheartcuntryradio | 8/11/2012