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Travis Tritt - Here's A Quarter (Solo)
Album: It's All About to Change (1991)
Submitter: axehappy (154) on 5/19/02 6 comments
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Travis Tritt - Here's A Quarter (solo)

By axehappy - axehappy at countrytabs.com


G     =   320003                         G7     =   320001

C     =   x32010                         D      =   xx0232


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

br   =   bend & release                       bh   =   bend & hold

r    =   release bend                         /    =   slide up

b    =   bend                                 h    =   hammer-on

pbr  =   pre-bend & release                   p    =   pulloff

x    =   dead note                            
 
***********************************************************************



   G            G7       C           G

E---------------------------0-----------------------------------------
B---0-3----------0--0------------5---------------------------3-5pbr-3-
G---0-2brbh-2r-0-0--0-----0--3/5-5-3b--------0-2pbr-p0-2/4--x-4-------
D--0-0----------3--3-0-1/2-2------5--3/5--0h2--------------x----------
A---------------------------------------------------------------------
E---------------------------------------------------------------------

           D           G        G7          C       G              D

E------------5/7-6-5---15--15---13--10--8---8------------------------
B--5pbr-p3-3-----------13b-13b--13b-10b-8bh-8r-8---8-----------------
G---------4--5/7-6-5---------------------------7bh-7r-------3b-------
D-------------------------------------------------------3-5---5-3-3--
A------------------------------------------------------5---5-------5-
E--------------------------------------------------------------------

           G
   
E-----------------------|
B-----------------------|
G-------------------0---|
D-------------------0---|
A--3-5-3-------0-1-2----|
E-------6b-3--3---------|


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your an awesome guitar player. I've only been playing 8 months and
cant wait till I can kick out a lick like that
-RodeoinProStyle | 4/25/2003
very nice but i dont understand , could you email me at donald.wagers@us.army.mil i am going to iraq and i am learning how to play the guitar, i dont undertsnad the strumming, i am getting the chords , but with time i will be faster, thank you
-ducknfuzz | 7/30/2004
I don't know if it is what Axe is doing,
but if you use your middle finger on your
picking hand to pluck the open high E, and
pinch the high E on the bends near the end, it makes it a little easier and gives those
notes a crisp sound. Good job Axehappy.
-Andrew | 1/5/2005
Yeah, that's right... I always use pick and
fingers no matter what I'm playing. To me
its essential to get a true country twang.
-axehappy | 1/5/2005
Great Tab you rock
-qzunie | 1/27/2005
Hey, the electric part looks great, but do you really play the G7 (320001) chord with an acoustic at all? If you listen to the song, it sounds just like the same regular G chord (actually it can be played 320033 OR 320003) played twice. My e-mail is tmenard@tulane.edu if you'd like to e-mail me, but I want to know if you think that sounds better. I tried strumming the G7 a few times and not only is it obviously more difficult to switch chords but it doesn't sound right to me.
-tmenard | 9/15/2008
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