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Jane Says Acoustic Tab

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Jane Says with Solo (Acoustic Version from Unplugged)


Main riff played throughout song:

Guitar 1:

G  320033

A  002220

Guitar one can also add the folling pick-off at the end of the riff
to spice it up a bit:

E  --3-3---0-0----------------|
B  --2-2---0-0----------------|
G  --0-0---2-2--2p0-----------|
D  --0-0---2-2------2p0-------|
A  --3-3---2-2----------0-----|
G  --3-3---0-0----------------|


Guitar 2 also plays the same riff over guitar 1 throughout song until
solo, but the G and A chords are played as barred chords and with a
slight twist:

     G G   A A  ? ?  ? ?
E  --3-3---5-5--7-5--5-5----------------|
B  --3-3---5-5--5-5--7-5----------------|
G  --4-4---6-6--6-6--6-6----------------|
D  --5-5---7-7--5-5--5-5----------------|
A  --5-5---7-7--7-7--7-7----------------|
E  --3-3---5-5--5-5--5-5----------------|

? and ? above are just modified A chords.  They are played by moving
your pinkey from the 3rd string (D) to the top E and B strings
(notice bottom E A D G strings don't change.)  It may look complicated
but is very easy once you see what the hell I'm talking about.
When I strum the chords played by guitar 2, I strum normally
(from low E to high E) for the first fourchords.
For second set of 4 chords, you kind of strum back and forth,
alternating from high E to low E, and visa versa.  Just jack around
with the srum pattern till it sounds cool.

Chorus (Repeat phrase below)

     G  G?
E  --3--3--|
B  --3--2--|
G  --0--0--|
D  --0--0--|
A  --2--2--|
E  --3--3--|

Solo
(Guitar 2 Solos while Guitar 1 contines main riff.)


----10-----------------------------------------------------------|
--8----8-7-8--7-8-h10--8--7-8-7----------------------------------|
--------------------------------9-7------------------------------|
------------------------------------9/11-------------------------|
-----------------------------------------12-10----10-------------|
-----------------------------------------------12----------------|

-----------------------------------------------------------------|
-----8~----------------------------------------------------------|
-7-9----9\7-5---5-6----------------------------------------------|
--------------7-----7-5-7-5---5\4~-------------------------------|
----------------------------7------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------------------|

-----------------------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------8-7-----------10-8-----------|
----------------------5-4----4-5/7------5---5/6-9------11-9-7~---|
--5-4-2-0-----------5-----5---------------7----------------------|
--------------3-5/7----------------------------------------------|
----------3-5----------------------------------------------------|

-------------------9~---6/7\5~-/12~--  12\9~---------------------|
-----------8~----------------------------------------------------|
-5-----5/7----6/9-------------------12---------------------------|
---7-5-----------------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------------------|

This song has to be the all time best 2-chord jam in history.  It
totally rocks and anybody can play it cause it's just G and A.
You just gotta find a weird dude to be able to sing it right.
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Coolryan3 wrote on August 18 2004, 12:00 am

It's upside down...otherwise I guess it's correct, but it's a pain to read.

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Brodie659 wrote on December 2 2005, 09:12 am

I know this comment is like a year old, but the comment above is the funniest thing I have read in a while. Obviously someone doesnt know how to read a tab.

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Jollyreeper wrote on July 13 2006, 01:38 am

umm brodie659, i know your comment is like a year old, but obviously someone doesnt know how to read a tab... it IS upside down.. =S

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