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Transatlanticism Tab



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"transatlanticism" by death cab for cutie

hi everyone, this took me a very long time to figure out, but im sure i got it!(the solo 
the chords)

chords used:

intro:A, C#m, Dsus2, F#m
(every second time through that, play a quick E chord after the Dsus2)

after he says "oh no" strum a distorted Dsus2.
and then do this little solo thing: (/ means slide up)

after that, play a distorted Dsus2 again.

sometimes during the "i need you so much closer" part,
the chords are:A, F#m, E, Dsus2.(thats also when he says, "so come on"
and other times when he says that, the chords are:F#m, C#m, Dsus2, E.

well, i hope you found this as useful as i did.
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patunox wrote on October 20 2006, 11:48 pm

This is not intermediate at any rate. Tab is inconsistent, and yes the chords are accurate but please stop using the X's. It means you put your finger over the string to muffle it. It doesn't mean it's not played.

It's okay, except I disagree with the F#m.

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OutAbsentia wrote on December 28 2006, 04:06 pm

I'm also unsure about the F#m, but I do believe that the C#m is actually just an inverted C#5 (4466xx). If I can figure out the fourth chord, I'll repost.

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walrus11 wrote on April 11 2007, 06:13 pm

little hard to understand, try organizing information better.

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