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Old 06-07-2018, 11:50 AM   #41
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Old 06-07-2018, 02:17 PM   #42
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Hey Tim, want to take a stab at Hurricane?
Don’t know how to post tabs correctly on here but here’s the chords I use to cover it when I play it.

Edit: here’s a video me messing around with the structure.
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7x(9)8xx
9xx9xx
09x11xx
011x13xx

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011x13xx
001113xx

7xx8xx
9xx9xx
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Old 06-07-2018, 02:22 PM   #43
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Question for ya, what did Dave play during those '95 Jimi jams? That rhythm was always among my favourite stuff of his. I just don't know the chords and progression of what he was actually playing behind Roi.
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Old 06-07-2018, 03:02 PM   #44
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Question for ya, what did Dave play during those '95 Jimi jams? That rhythm was always among my favourite stuff of his. I just don't know the chords and progression of what he was actually playing behind Roi.
I know he played those chords mostly below the 12fret, if it’s what I think you’re asking. I used to know them. Give me a bit, I’ll try to figure them out again.

He was on the Chet, dunno if you could do it without a cutaway.
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Old 06-07-2018, 03:04 PM   #45
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I know he played those chords mostly below the 12fret, if itís what I think youíre asking. I used to know them. Give me a bit, Iíll try to figure them out again.

He was on the Chet, dunno if you could do it without a cutaway.
Those were actually played below the 12th? Would never have though that. Let me know if you can figure it out my man.
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Old 06-07-2018, 03:46 PM   #46
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Challenge:. Who can come up with a really good acoustic guitar arrangement to Bob Law?
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Old 06-07-2018, 04:25 PM   #47
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Would be easy and I’ve heard and clamored for it since almost day one. That would add so much
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Old 06-07-2018, 08:18 PM   #48
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Old 06-07-2018, 08:20 PM   #49
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Old 06-07-2018, 08:40 PM   #50
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I can play DYR too. Maybe I'll write a tab this weekend? I remember it was pretty easy to pick up from the first video of D+T playing it.

I was just playing with Here On Out. This is really neat. The verse is definitely just alternating playing bass notes and playing the D formation on the G and B strings (so, fret 2 on G and fret 3 on B) but the bass notes move all over the place unpredictably.

Where E = E0, F# = E2, G = E3, A = A0, B = A2, C# = A4, and D = D0, the bass note pattern goes:

D, D, D, D, G, G, G, C#, C#, F#, F#, B, B, A, A, E, E, F#, F#, G, A, A, C#, C#, then repeat. All the measure transitions happen on different beats than the note transitions. Cool as hell.

Pretty sure the chorus is the same type of thing (bass note over D formation), and just goes Gx8, Ax8, Dx4, C#x4, Cx4, Bx8, Gx8, Ax8, then back to the verse. On the last A chord, he might be playing G2 and B2 instead of G2 and B3, and maybe he switches between them in there somewhere?

And then there's the bridge, which switches to 3/4 time, but there's something about the chords that's hard for me to hear. The strings are often doing things over top that are more complex than the guitar part and are confusing me.
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Old 06-08-2018, 12:20 AM   #51
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I’m glad Dave is using a 12-string baritone from Veillette finally. Always wondered if that match would happen someday
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Old 06-08-2018, 09:16 AM   #52
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Question for ya, what did Dave play during those '95 Jimi jams? That rhythm was always among my favourite stuff of his. I just don't know the chords and progression of what he was actually playing behind Roi.
This is what I figured out. Sorry, wish I could just write as tab. Dunno how. Gets messed up. He played this in 94/95 during Roi’s solos.

010x12xx
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Challenge:. Who can come up with a really good acoustic guitar arrangement to Bob Law?
Challenge accepted. Working on it. Will record soon.
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Challenge accepted. Working on it. Will record soon.
Iím excited to see what you come up with.
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Iím excited to see what you come up with.
Thanks. Its kinda fun trying to figure out how Dave would have wrote it. It took me awhile. I know why he doesnít really play anything, lol. I do have it narrowed down pretty well. Finished verse and chorus. Bridge is tough to fill, almost there though.
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We need a do you remember tab
Verse goes A4, A5, E3, E5 (the notes C#, D, G, A). Rhythmic pattern is tricky but a tab wouldn't get you that anyway.

Chorus, he holds G7 with his third finger and B8 with his pinky while the bass note moves. Index finger on A5, then middle finger on E7, then index finger on E5, then back up again. Looping pattern of three chords.

The break goes like this, individual notes plucked in this order (I know this isn't tab, but it'll have to do):

Bb chord: A1, D3, G5, D3
C chord: A3, D2, G5, D2
Dm chord and walkdown: A5, D3, G2, G0, D3, D2, D3, D2, D0, A3, A0

Repeat a few times; leave out the Dm part the last time.
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Verse goes A4, A5, E3, E5 (the notes C#, D, G, A). Rhythmic pattern is tricky but a tab wouldn't get you that anyway.

Chorus, he holds G7 with his third finger and B8 with his pinky while the bass note moves. Index finger on A5, then middle finger on E7, then index finger on E5, then back up again. Looping pattern of three chords.

The break goes like this, individual notes plucked in this order (I know this isn't tab, but it'll have to do):

Bb chord: A1, D3, G5, D3
C chord: A3, D2, G5, D2
Dm chord and walkdown: A5, D3, G2, G0, D3, D2, D3, D2, D0, A3, A0

Repeat a few times; leave out the Dm part the last time.
Thanks, I'll give it a go.
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Old 06-09-2018, 07:24 AM   #59
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    Do you remember tab. (D&T Farm Aid)

I can’t write tab well on my phone, 
so if it doesn’t look correct, that’s why. 
Verse repeats after 4 4. I didn’t include mutes/rakes. 
Easy to figure out though.

e
B
G
D
A 5 5 5                     4 4 
E       3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 

Tim Verse
e
B
G     2
D   4     0       2
A 5      2      4
E       3     5

Chorus

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57X78X 

Almost done tabbing bridge and Tim Parts.
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