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Postby spilly » Thu Feb 16, 2006 10:52 pm

alright man, I'll give you Jessica, but It's alot of notes so we'll do it in sections. I'll type out the begining part nowfor both guitars. when you done with that let me know and I'll give you the next part as I don't have too much time right now

G1=Dickey
G2=Duane
take liberties with the strumming

intro
G2
A D A
E---------------------
B---2-2---2-2-3-3-3-2-
G---2-2---2-2-2-2-2-2-
D---2-2---2-2-4-4-4-2-
A-0-----3-0-0---------
E---------------------

G1
A D
E---------------------
B---------2-2-2-3-3-3-
G---------2-2-2-2-2-2-
D---------2-2-2-4-4-4-
A-------0-------------
E-0h3h5---------------

main theme

G1
E------9-10-*b12-10-9--------------
B---10----------------10-----------
G-9----------------------9-7/6-7-9-
D----------------------------------
A----------------------------------
E----------------------------------
*=bend from the 10

E------9-10-9----------------
B---10--------10-------------
G-9--------------9-7/6-7/9---
D--------------------------7-
A----------------------------
E----------------------------

G2
E-------12-14-17-14-12-------------------
B----14----------------14-------------10-
G-14----------------------14--11/9-11----
D----------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------

E-------12-14-12--------------------
B----14----------14------------10---
G-14----------------14-11/9-11----9-
D-----------------------------------
A-----------------------------------
E-----------------------------------

interlude
G1
E---------------2------------5-7p5-
B---------2-3-5---2--5h7p5-7-------
G-2h4p2-2--------------------------
D----------------------------------
A----------------------------------
E----------------------------------

G2
E-------------5-7---5h7p5-7-5-10p9-
B---------5-7-----5----------------
G-6h7p6-7--------------------------
D----------------------------------
A----------------------------------
E----------------------------------

bridge
rythem G to A with a G to an E at the pause

G1
G A G A
E--------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------
G---4-5-4--4/7-7/9-6-------------------------
D-7------------------7------4/5-/7-4-------7-
A----------------------7--7----------7-5-4---
E--------------------------------------------
G A G E
E-----------------------------------------10-12b14-12
B--------------------------------7-8-10-12-----------
G---------4-5---4--4/7-7/9-6-7-9---------------------
D-7-4-5-7-----7--------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------------------


outro for main theme

G1
E------9-10-9------------------------
B---10--------10---------------------
G-9--------------9-7-6-7-6-7-9-7-6---
D----------------------------------7-
A------------------------------------
E------------------------------------

E------------------------------------
B-------------------12-13-15-17b20r17-
G------7-9-11-12-14-------------------
D-9-10--------------------------------
A-------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------

G2
E-------12-14-12------------------------------
B----14----------14-----------------10--------
G-14----------------14-11-9-11-9-11----11-9---
D-------------------------------------------7-
A---------------------------------------------
E---------------------------------------------

E----------------------------12/15-12-
B-------------------12-13-15----------
G------7-9-11-12-14-------------------
D-9-10--------------------------------
A-------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------

so that's all I got time to give you now, let me know when you've got all that down and we can discuss the other parts or ways you can play the harmonies on one guitar

have fun
E----------------------------------------------------
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Postby Billbbill » Fri Feb 17, 2006 12:49 am

Hope you folks don't mind if I jump in. Some verse fill for Blue sky. How I play it anyway.


..it's goin' no, no

---A------A-----------------------B-C#m-A

E|---------------------------------
B|--------------------------------4--5--2
G|-------------------4-2-1--------4--6--2------2-2
D|-------------------------4-2----4--6--2--2h4
A|-----------------------------4--2--4--0
E|----------------------


...need to know----------------------------Your my..

----A-------A-

E|-----
B|-------------------------9-10-12-14-12
G|-----------------------9-9-11-13-14-13-13
D|-------------2-4-6-7-9-9---------------14
A|-------------2-4-7-9-11
E|-----


However close (or not) this is, I got it off the Eat A Peach version. I play the intro like Amy's 2nd intro post. With the two guitars, they play two different lines for the intro. It would be cool to figure out the other one.
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Postby jackaroe1276 » Fri Aug 04, 2006 5:41 pm

Hey Spilly, I have a silly question for you. I'm looking for the chords/riff for the chorus of Dreams. More specifically each individual guitar roles in the live version. I've figured out both solos and each guitar part for the verses, I just can't seem to get the chorus for some damn reason. Thanks in advance.
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Postby spilly » Mon Aug 14, 2006 4:02 am

okay man, it's been awhile and I've been busy as hell, but i got some free time this week. I'll pull out my bootlegs and do what I can on dreams. give me a few days
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Postby hesgone95 » Sat Aug 26, 2006 11:46 am

Anybody got the main lick for One way out? I'm pretty sure it's off an Em7 on the 7th fret, but I'm having trouble getting the nuances. :? The version I'm working with is from the Fillmore Concerts. Any ideas? Thx in advance.
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Postby strumminsix » Sat Aug 26, 2006 1:59 pm

Here is the slimmed down version of how I play One Way Out. There are a few more notes tossed in here and there but I believe you will easily hear them

OWO is in A IIRC:

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e --------------------------------------
b --------------------------------------
g --------------------------------------
d --7-7-5-7-5-5-5-7----7-7-5-7-5-5------
a -------7---7--------------7---7-7-----
e -5------------------5------------8----


Then don't forget the ending:

A A7 | D Dm7 | E E? | A9

That E?:

e -7--
b -9--
g -7--
d -10-
a -7--
e -x--

Maybe someone knows what that chord is really called?
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Postby spilly » Sun Aug 27, 2006 9:47 pm

E-------------------------------
B-------------------------------
G-------------------------------
D---7-7p5---7-5---5-5-7-7-------
A---------7-----7---------------
E-5-----------------------------

E--------------------------
B--------------------------
G--------------------------
D---7-7p5---7-5---5-5------
A---------7-----7-----7-7--
E-5------------------------

then take it down to D



E-------------------------------
B-------------------------------
G---7-7p5---7-5---5-5-7-7-------
D---------7-----7---------------
A-5-----------------------------
E-------------------------------

E-------------------------------
B-------------------------------
G---7-7p5---7-5---5-5-----------
D---------7-----7-----7-7-------
A-5-----------------------------
E-------------------------------

back to A

then to E

E------------------------
B---------------------7--
G---9-9p7---9-7---7-9-7--
D---------9-----9-----7--
A-7----------------------
E------------------------


Just standard major chords play around with the 7's
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Postby lyghtningod » Sun Aug 27, 2006 10:25 pm

spilly wrote:Sorry for waisting everybodys time, but I just needed to tell somebody that I finally found the band I was looking for

your happier than a pig in shit friend
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That's so cool. I know how you feel. Back in May I hooked up with four other players, and we've been playing our hearts out, writing songs, playing at parties and generally bringing some much needed joy into our and other's lives.

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Postby lyghtningod » Sun Aug 27, 2006 10:32 pm

strumminsix wrote:
That E?:

e -7--
b -9--
g -7--
d -10-
a -7--
e -x--

Maybe someone knows what that chord is really called?


If I am reading it right, the notes are (from low to high pitch) B C D G# B, which would make the chord an E7 augmented, without the E, but the bass will cover the E note.
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Postby hesgone95 » Mon Aug 28, 2006 9:43 am

lyghtningod wrote:
strumminsix wrote:
That E?:

e -7--
b -9--
g -7--
d -10-
a -7--
e -x--

Maybe someone knows what that chord is really called?


If I am reading it right, the notes are (from low to high pitch) B C D G# B, which would make the chord an E7 augmented, without the E, but the bass will cover the E note.


The chord is E C D G# B which I believe would be named an E7add m6. I think. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. Also, it's not augmented, because augmented is a sharp fifth. The chord as spelled has a natural fifth with an augmented fifth added, but that is also the minor sixth. So I think it would be and add m6, because the natural fifth is there as well. I dunno, thoughts?
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Postby hesgone95 » Mon Aug 28, 2006 9:45 am

BTW, thx for posting the lick. peace
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Postby lyghtningod » Mon Aug 28, 2006 5:58 pm

hesgone95 wrote:
The chord is E C D G# B which I believe would be named an E7add m6. I think. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. Also, it's not augmented, because augmented is a sharp fifth. The chord as spelled has a natural fifth with an augmented fifth added, but that is also the minor sixth. So I think it would be and add m6, because the natural fifth is there as well. I dunno, thoughts?


You make a good case. If the sharp five has to replace the fifth, then it would be the E7add m6, but if we can have both normal fifth and the augmented fifth, then I'd go with the E7 augmented. I think I'll ask my guitar teacher next I see him.

One thing I know he would say is that it would depend in part on context. He'd also say that it is not an exact science, and that the same notes can legitimately have different names.

Think of C E G A. This could be either a C6 or an Am7, depending on bass note and context.

In any case, it's fun to try working it out.
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Postby hesgone95 » Tue Aug 29, 2006 7:43 am

You may be right. My only question is regarding augmented chords-wouldn't they only have an augmented fifth, not both?

I'd definately agree though that it's not an exact science and it does depend on context or your own perspective alot of the time. And I could have a friendly debate on music theory 24-7. I love to talk about it. Peace:

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Postby jackaroe1276 » Wed Aug 30, 2006 6:55 am

spilly wrote:okay man, it's been awhile and I've been busy as hell, but i got some free time this week. I'll pull out my bootlegs and do what I can on dreams. give me a few days


Hey spilly, thx for the reply. I think I may have it now however. The thing that threw me off was the sound of Duane's slide over the chords in the fillmore version. It made it very hard for me to hear Dicky's part for some reason.
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Postby spilly » Thu Aug 31, 2006 1:38 pm

they really flow together well, but once you know one part it's easy to distinguish. What throws me off is Dickey's solo, the simile on the main lick duane plays is hard to distinguish
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