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Third Eye Blind "Jumper" Strumming

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sbskater10
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Does anyone know of a website that shows the strumming patter for Third Eye Blinds' "Jumper"? Or possibly knows it and would like to share it. I am trying to figure it out but am not quite skilled enough to hear it right.

Any help or suggestions would be awesome.

Thanks!

- Jason


   
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Wes Inman
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PowerTabs has it.

Jumper

If you do not have the free PowerTab Editor, download it. Than you will be able to play and listen to this song as it shows the tab. Most of these tabs are very accurate.

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U2Bono269
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i play that song live sometimes, and i use a steady downstroke pattern followed by a rapid up/down pattern. i repeat this for basically every line of the song.

I even did the solo once, but it sounded like crap with only one guitar. good song

http://www.brianbetteridge.com


   
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sbskater10
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Thanks for the help guys. I'll check out the Power Tab.

U2, it sounds like it might be much better to play on a 12 string solo, have you tried that out?


   
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U2Bono269
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nah, dont have a 12 string...it was really kinda spontaneous when i did the solo, cos i had intended it to be just strummed chords.

http://www.brianbetteridge.com


   
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