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Brad Paisley - Long Sermon (Intro)
Album: Who Needs Pictures-Part II (2008)
Submitter: axehappy (93) on 4/24/02 5 comments
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Brad Paisley - Long Sermon (intro)

By axehappy - axehappy at countrytabs.com


This tab looks horrible...lol
The first few notes are played an octave lower than tabbed.
Maybe on a baritone guitar?
The cluster of notes after that just means they are picked very 
closely together....listen to the song to see what I mean.
Unfortunately, I can't tab the solo, cos Brad uses a G-Bender too much
during this song, and its way too difficult to play on a regular
guitar....I tried behind-nut bends, but they don't work too well.
Maybe one day when I've got the equipment to play that stuff... ;-)

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p   =   pulloff                             b    =   bend

~   =   vibrato                             bh   =   bend & hold

r   =   release bend                        h    =   hammer-on

/   =   slide up                            
 
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INTRO

E------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------
G--5p4-2p0---------------------------------------------------------
D---------2------------------------------------------------0-2-3-4-
A----------3b-0---------------------------0-3p2p0--0--2-3-4--------
E-----------------333333333b3b3b3b3b-3b~~~-------3b----------------


E-------------------------------------------------------------------
B---------0-----5---------------------------------------------------
G--0-2-3-4-5-----5--------------------------------------------------
D------------7bh--7r-5-5-4b~5-5-4b-5-4-5-4b-5-5-4-2p0---0-----------
A---------------------7------------------------------3h4-3p2p0--0-0-
E-------------------------------------------------------------3b-3--


E----------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------5---------------------------------------------------------
G--------2-----5b--------------------------------------------2---------
D----------------7-5--2-1h2p1-0-1p0-0--------------------------------2-
A-0-2-3-4-2/7-7--------------------3-3p2-0--0------0-3p2p0--0-0-2------
E-----------------------------------------3b----0h2-------3b-----3b-0--


E-----------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------|
G---------------2-------------------------------------2-2---|
D---------------------------------------2-------------2-2---|
A--3p2p0--0--2/4-----0-3p2p0--0--0-2-----3p2p0--0--2h3------|
E-------3b--------0h2-------3b------3b-0------3b------------|
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
A G-Bender is a mechanical device fitted to
the bridge of your guitar, and when you pull
on it (usually via the strap), it bends the
G string
-axehappy | 4/23/2003
g-strings are my favorite kind of strings :D
-saleen9899 | 5/24/2003
No sense making oppologies...LOL....some of us less fortunate players don;t haveluxury of g and b benders....but..maybe that makes us better players in the l ong run...LOL...I have been playing guitar for 35 years and still learning....
-facemancad123 | 1/5/2004
Actually the intro is played on a six string bass w/distortion, not a baritone guitar. Perfect to the T dude
-scubaparrott36 | 5/29/2004
It is played on a baritone guitar not a six string bass with distortion.
-BrianEarlHaines | 2/22/2010
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