i think i have found the tab for it
All on standard tuning E
hey, so i really like the first three riffs, but the last one just has something… off. maybe it’s the open E, but it just doesn’t quite sound spot on. wish I could help, but i’m bollocks at tabbing. otherwise terrific tab, thanks for posting it!
close but not quite. on the scale you’re playing it on (F), that open E should be the 3rd fret on C string (Eb).
i personally like to play it on based on the A scale, so:
i suck at tabbing too.. but i’m sure you can figure it out
The piano bit is n A scale so top marks to Cliff
if you want to play it on one string (a) try
this is easy because every note is on the fret markers
hey i was looking at these and i think the closest sounding tab is this one:
E ——————–|—————–| x3
that’s what i got when i tried it and i think it sounds very close to the original.
about the 1st one i made, the 3rd part, the E string 2 should be right after that 3rd 0. it helps to copy and paste and match up the lines.
Ok, so you’re all over-complicating this entirely. The actual song is played in A, just like Cliff sad, so the riff is typically played on the A string like Stephen said. This is entirely on the A string except for the one lowest note.
0-2-4-2-0-2-0-2 on E string-2-0
If you want to do the cascading riff at the end of the last line, it’s the same pattern and all on the A string. The only tricky part is that it’s fast.
Hope this helped. Once you start playing the notes I think you’ll get a rythm of it.
ok so, I’ve got it figured out based on all of your guys’ ideas..
So I’ve been playing it on the G string but it sounds ok on the A string too.
0-2-4-7-9-11-9-7-4 (now you can play the cascading riff, like Also Stephen said: 11-9-7-4-7-4-2)
0-2-4-2-0-2-0-2 on C string-0 (11-9-7-4-7-4-2)
I’m pretty sure that’s right, it sounds right… If not, you can try playing around on different strings.
Ok so just kidding. It is played on an A string and on the last line, that one deep note is played on the E string.
Sorry for the confusion, my E was out of tune
Ok…so now what are the chords that follow?
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