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cobra22
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I was wondering if anybody plays this song. Any help on it would be appreciated.

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Wes Inman
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I've heard this song, but never attempted to play it. Do a search on the Easy Song database, it might be on there.

If not, go to OLGA (online guitarists archive). They are pretty sure to have it.

Who did this song?

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Deep Blue Something

good song

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http://www.guitaretab.com/d/deep-blue-something/4922.html [/url]

I'll only be down there (in the basement practicing) for a couple of minutes or so...
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Stardust
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I figured out some chords to the intro from listening to this ages ago, but I don't know what some of them are called.

Anyway, this is how I play it:
D, Dsus2, D, Dsus4, D, then G with an F# on the top E string instead of a G (32002) which probably isn't called anything to do with G, a A chord with F# on the E string again (002222), A, Dsus2, repeat. Listen to the song to figure out the strumming, that's what I did.

And sorry for the complete mess of this. I'd post lyrics with chords above or a tab if I knew the names of those two chords. I'll clean it up if someone can help with that.


   
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I have it as a GuitarPro file, which won't help, unless you have GuitarPro.

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Vic Lewis VL
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Stardust - the 320002 chord is a Gmaj7 and the 002222 is an A6 chord.....

:D :D :D

Vic

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Stardust - the 320002 chord is a Gmaj7 and the 002222 is an A6 chord.....

:D :D :D

Vic

(320002) Surely thats a G Vic.?

Whereas (032002) is Cmaj7.

I may be wrong :shock: :?

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hi cobra,
try this http://www.grouptherapy.guernsey.net/strumming.html its an mp3 file, and well explained
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cobra22
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Hey thanks all I will see what I can figure out and let you know how it goes.

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For a Gmaj7, you'd need the 1st 3rd 5th and 7th notes in the scale of G, which are G B D and Gb.....

Reading l to r, you.ve got 3(G) 2(B) 0(D) 0(G) 0(B) 2(Gb).....

For an A6, youd need the 1st, 3rd, 5th and 6th notes in the scale of A, which are A, Db, E and Gb.....

again reading l to r, you've got 0(E) 0(A) 2(E) 2(A) 2(Db) 2(Gb)

For Cmaj7, you'd need the 1st 3rd 5th and 7th of the C scale, which are C E G and B.....

again reading l to r, you've got 3(G) 3(C) 2(E) 0(G) 0(B) 0(E)

and a nice little exercise for you.....

320000 - G6
320001 - G7
320002 - Gmaj7
320003 - G

:D :D :D

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For a Gmaj7, you'd need the 1st 3rd 5th and 7th notes in the scale of G, which are G B D and Gb.....

Reading l to r, you.ve got 3(G) 2(B) 0(D) 0(G) 0(B) 2(Gb).....

For an A6, youd need the 1st, 3rd, 5th and 6th notes in the scale of A, which are A, Db, E and Gb.....

again reading l to r, you've got 0(E) 0(A) 2(E) 2(A) 2(Db) 2(Gb)

For Cmaj7, you'd need the 1st 3rd 5th and 7th of the C scale, which are C E G and B.....

again reading l to r, you've got 3(G) 3(C) 2(E) 0(G) 0(B) 0(E)

and a nice little exercise for you.....

320000 - G6
320001 - G7
320002 - Gmaj7
320003 - G

:D :D :D

Vic

Well it's good to see the cast hasn't hurt your musical prowess.

Good stuff, Vic.

More....... :D

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Check out the Matchbox 20 version, it's a rather good cover methinks. Nice guitar arrangement too.

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Silly me :roll: Of course your right Vic. I'm sorry, I miss read your numbers. Please accept my most humble apologies.

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Bish
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Silly me :roll: Of course your right Vic. I'm sorry, I miss read your numbers. Please accept my most humble apologies.

Rod. :? :? :?

I hear that, rodders. I too, took a second look before seeing that. Read twice, post correctly once. I'm starting to get it...hehe.

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