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Post  DavidM96 Fri Mar 12, 2010 8:47 pm

akyra wrote:I like it, but i feel like the last note makes me want to add more lol.. does that make sense. You should post a recording of you playing Smile

Some freaky guy wrote:I like it, but you should try to make it start and end with the same note, it gives a more "complete" feel to the riff.

Take this one, for example.

Code:
E-3--------
A---5------
D------3h5
G----------

It starts and ends with an... F#, I think (not sure Razz). You can repeat it, and it sounds like a flowing, neverending riff. Your riff has a somewhat sudden end to it. Try changing it to have it end with same note as the one you started with.

Well its ment to be plays repeatedly until you just get bored. Its actually more like helping with finger speed i guess. and Akyra i can only download myself playing it but not a vid i lost my camera...
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Post  akyra Fri Mar 12, 2010 9:38 pm

Some freaky guy wrote:I like it, but you should try to make it start and end with the same note, it gives a more "complete" feel to the riff.

Take this one, for example.

Code:
E-3--------
A---5------
D------3h5
G----------

It starts and ends with an... F#, I think (not sure Razz). You can repeat it, and it sounds like a flowing, neverending riff. Your riff has a somewhat sudden end to it. Try changing it to have it end with same note as the one you started with.

Kinda sounds like a lower version of police and theives by the clash

but its played on the 5th and 7th frets

and on the D and A string....

Actually now thinking about it... it doesnt really lol
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Post  KrysH Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:03 pm

Here's the bassline for Paul Young's version of the Marvin Gaye song Wherever I lay my hat (that's my home).

I tabbed it using guitar pro from a notation score someone had scanned and uploaded to the net so the only input I had really was to try and keep the fingering tidy.

My apologies for the relative lack of lyrics as I can't get my head around Guitar Pro's lyric system yet.

Anyhoo - if anyone can spot any glaring mistakes let me know and make some notes on the tab and I'll change it accordingly. The guitar pro version is available to members too if they want it if Dman will advise the best way of hosting it etc.

Here goes....

From Drop Box

From Drop Box

From Drop Box
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Post  maxf13 Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:18 pm

well thats a bunch of html code
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Post  KrysH Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:25 pm

Bugger! It looks ok on my browser too!

Picassa gives me the option to post a link to the picture or embed the picture, embedding seemed to work for me on the Gear Photo thread?
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Post  ThreeLetterSyndrom Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:43 pm

Post the .gp file, it's much easier. Very Happy

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Post  KrysH Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:55 pm

Okies tho I was hoping that the bitmap export could be made available for members who do not have GP.

Ok n00b question here - how do I post the file?

I feel like such a numpty Embarassed
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Post  ThreeLetterSyndrom Sun Mar 14, 2010 6:50 pm

Try megaupload.

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Post  Some freaky guy Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:04 pm

I can see it without any problems.
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Post  KrysH Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:29 pm

That's a relief!

cheers
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Post  KrysH Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:32 pm

Google docs looks like it does much the same thing.

See if this works for the .gp file

Wherever I Lay My Hat GP5

I made one change on the repeating section from bar 74 (the section should be repeat til fade btw) using the 5th fret on the 3rd string rahter than open on the 4th.
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Post  ThreeLetterSyndrom Mon Mar 15, 2010 7:33 am

KrysH wrote:Google docs looks like it does much the same thing.

See if this works for the .gp file

Wherever I Lay My Hat GP5

I made one change on the repeating section from bar 74 (the section should be repeat til fade btw) using the 5th fret on the 3rd string rahter than open on the 4th.
That appears to be fine. Wink

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Post  Thor Mon Mar 15, 2010 12:52 pm

Dont know how many Kasabian fans there are here but regardless this song is really fun to play Smile

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------11------------11------------11--------------------------------------|
A|-13-13----13/8/13-13----13/8/13-13----13-12-12-11-11/8/13------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

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Post  lokki Sat Jan 01, 2011 10:08 pm

Just something i was fiddling with a little while back.

E|-0-0-2-0--3--5-5-5-|


I've been trying to put a second bar behind it, but i'm kind of stuck as to what to do with it there.
Also, a 5 to 7 can be pasted after this bar on either the E or the A string. Simply try sliding it or make a hammer on. You can also make a 7 to 5 pull off.
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Post  Pippynip Sat Jan 01, 2011 10:28 pm

lokki wrote:Just something i was fiddling with a little while back.

E|-0-0-2-0--3--5-5-5-|


I've been trying to put a second bar behind it, but i'm kind of stuck as to what to do with it there.
Also, a 5 to 7 can be pasted after this bar on either the E or the A string. Simply try sliding it or make a hammer on. You can also make a 7 to 5 pull off.

I've done a bit of experimenting with that, and here's what I got... I put it in 6/4. The ~ means sustain, not vibrato as it usually does.

E|-0-0-2-0-2-3---5~~~3-5---
---1-&-2-&-3-&-4-&-5-&-6-&-


But yeah, I don't know what to do after it either Razz

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Post  lokki Sun Jan 02, 2011 10:59 am

Wouw, cheers mate.

Does give me a new look on things.
I'll built further on this and post what comes out.
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