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Montgomery Gentry - Good Clean Fun (lead/intro) (Lead)
Album: My Town (2001)
Submitter: cmtboy (1) on 6/10/03 2 comments
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Good Clean Fun by Montgomery Gentry (Lead/Intro)



 E---------------------------------------------|
 B-4/6-4-----------4---------4/6-4-------------|
 G-------5-0-3-5-0---5p3p0---------5-0-3-5-----|
 D---------------------------------------------|
 A---------------------------------------------|
 E---------------------------------------------|


 E---------------------------------------------|
 B-4/6-4-----------4---------4/6-4-------------|
 G-------5-0-3-5-0---5p3p0---------5-3-0-3h5---|
 D---------------------------------------------|
 A---------------------------------------------|
 E---------------------------------------------|


 E---------------------------------------------|
 B-4/6-4-----------4---------4/6-4-------------|
 G-------5-0-3-5-0---5p3p0---------5-0-3-5-----|
 D---------------------------------------------|
 A---------------------------------------------|
 E---------------------------------------------|


 E---------------------------------------------|
 B-4/6-4-----------4---------4/6-4-------------|
 G-------5-0-3-5-0---5p3p0---------5-3-----3/5-|
 D-------------------------------------5-3-----|
 A---------------------------------------------|
 E---------------------------------------------|
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Another great lead tab! Good job!
-Shantel | 7/31/2003
for your first notes you have a 4/6 slide. I believe this is more like:
b-4/6--4----------|
g-3/5--3----------|

If you listen to it, its got more of a chord sound than a single note. Playin these fourths gives you that bluesy chord sound...

Great tab though, it helped a lot!
-viper096 | 12/16/2005
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