not sure if this is going to help but....
this site might help a bit if the chords here don't
http://www.911tabs.com/tabs/t/the_allma ... ms_tab.htm
(note: i am not the author of this tab, obviously)
Artists: Allman Brothers
Transcribed by: Jason Yankee
Note: This is all my own work.
Note: This song is played in 3/4, 6/4 or 6/8 time.
Those time signatures are basically the same thing.
The bass lines goes like this:
D note, C note, A note.... over and over
Play the Bass line for the left hand on the keyboard
Play these chords over the bass line:
C 6 chord, D 7 chord
C 6 chord, F # diminished chord
The break in the song uses these chords:
G 7 chord, F 7 chord, E 7 chord
Note: For the E 7 chord you might want to play three
different inversions of it in a row (keyboard only).
The solo is played using the D major scale with a
b 5. Here is that scale: D, E, F #, G, A, B, C, D
D0, LE0, LE2, LE3, LE5, LE7, LE8, A5, A7, D4, D5, D7,
G4, G5, G7, B5, B7, B8, HE5, HE7, HE8, HE10, HE12,
HE14, HE15, HE17, HE19, HE20, HE22
The solo stays within the scale. If you know the scale
then you can figure out the solo. The solo also
probably uses a slide.
The final break: (Play a D7 in the background)
Note: For the D7 chord in the final break you might
want to try to play 4 different inversions of it
F # note, G note, F# note, E note, D note, E note,
D note, C note, B note, C note, B note,
A note, G note, F # note, D note
Here are some chords defined:
C 6 chord - C note, E note, G note, A note
D 7 chord - D note, F # note, A note, C note
F # diminished chord - F # note, A note, C note
G 7 chord - G note, B note, D note, F note
F 7 chord - F note, A note, C note, E b note
E 7 chord - E note, G # note, B note, D note
Try using the OLGA chord generator for the guitar
This is how I play the break:
G 7 chord - 3 5 3 4 3 3
F 7 chord - 1 3 1 2 1 1
E 7 chord - 0 2 2 1 3 0 or 0 2 0 1 0 0 or
0 2 0 1 3 0
Here is how I play the main riff:
C 6 chord - x 3 0 0 1 0
D 7 chord - x 0 0 2 1 2