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Joe Nichols - She Only Smokes When She Drinks (Intro)
Album: Man With A Memory (2002)
Submitter: axehappy (53) on 7/5/03 7 comments
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Joe Nichols  -  She Only Smokes When She Drinks  (intro)

By axehappy  -  axehappy at countrytabs.com


Play this with a capo on 2nd fret, same as the chords I submitted.

This isn't exactly what's played on the recording, this is my take 
on it, for solo guitar...its better than what's on the record
anyway.... :p
I've put a soundbyte on here with this, so you can hear how its 
supposed to sound.


*********************************************************************

 
CAPO II

   D       A      G     A      D       A      G       A  

E----0h2-0------------------------0h2-0-------------------|
B----3-------0h2-0-------2-----3--3------0h2-0--------2---|
G---2--------2---0-----0-2-----2---------2---0--0-----2---|
D--0--------2---------0--2---0-0-0------2------0----0-2---|
A----------0-------0h2--0-0h2----------0---------0h2--0---|
E-----------------3---------------------------3-----------|
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
You soundbyte sound beautiful. I'm going to go home and try to play this now. Thanks!
-mightymouse | 8/10/2003
how do you play a sound byte
-blackie | 8/12/2003
sounds good nice job.
-alvarez | 8/20/2003
Hmmm it's not terribly close to what's on the CD, so an 8 for that, but I like your version, so I'll give it a 9 ;-)
-danielcraggs | 10/3/2004
I can't do the friggen Hammer-On. I've never been good at those, can anyone make tyhis clearer on how to do one?
-TSSpheren | 3/9/2005
Hammer on is just what it says.. you 'hammer on' to the next note.
Basically, fret it really hard, so the note sounds without you having to pick it.
-axehappy | 3/10/2005
I think that last section alternates between D and G instead of C and G.
anyone else agree?
-Demon646 | 6/1/2004
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