Candyman intro

Candyman intro

Postby amyjared » Mon May 19, 2008 9:38 am

Anyone have an alternative way to play the intro? I can't seem to get the one here to sound good. Any others??
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Postby Tennessee Jedi » Mon May 19, 2008 10:06 am

|----------|-Bb-----------------------|----------8-----------|

|----------|-11-11--------10-10-------|--------8-------------|

|----------|----------------------8h9-|----8h9---------------|

|-10-11/12-|---------8/10-------------|-10----------10-11/12-|

|----------|--------------------------|----------------------|

|----------|--10/1980------F----------|-C--------------------|

I like this from Darks
Play off the chord shapes
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Re: Candyman intro

Postby 9 mile skid » Tue Dec 22, 2009 8:27 pm

Here's one I just worked up from American Beauty:
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INTRO
3x:      Bb           F            C
E---------------------------------------------------
B--------11-11--------10----10----------------------
G-------------------------------------9----9-7-5----
D--11/12-12-12---8/10----10-------------------------
A--------------------------------9/10---10---8-7----
E---------------------------------------------------

         Bb           F            C
E--------------------------------------------------------------
B--------11---11--------10----10-------------------------------
G---------------------------------------9----9----9----9----9--
D--11/12---12------8/10----10----------------------------------
A----------------------------------9/10---10---10---10---10-10-
E--------------------------------------------------------------

        G
E-----------------------------------------------
B----------------12-12--------------------------
G--------12--12--12-12-14-12--------------------
D-----------------------------------------------
A--13/14------------------14-----------0-0-2-2--
E----------------------------------3-3----------


EDIT: changed the carats to forward slashes throughout - since I learned that the ^ means "bend' in some tabs, but a / always means "slide up" 8)
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Re: Candyman intro

Postby jearbear72 » Mon May 16, 2011 4:38 pm

Heres an alternate take that I find a little easier than the provided versions.

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Re: Candyman intro

Postby mijknahs » Tue May 17, 2011 8:18 pm

I can't read or write tabs so here's what I'd do:

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