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Prologue Transcribed For Guitar Tab

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Mae
Prologue
The Everglow

Transcribed by Michael Buchanan

This is the piano melody found on song one of The Everglow, transcribed for guitar
note-for-note.

Enjoy.

E--13--------------------------------||
B--------14--------------------------||
G--------------11----------10----11--||Repeat
D--------------13----------11--------||  4x
A--------11----------11--------------||
E--13--------------------------------||

E--------------09----------------11--||
B--------07----------------07--------||
G--10----------------10--------------||Repeat
D--------------------------10----11--||  4x
A--------08----------08--------------||
E--06----------06--------------------||

Note: It's impossible to play this song on guitar and retain any of it's feeling
from the song The notes would all be cut short because you'd be switching your
fingering so quickly, and unless you're really good at fingerpicking this is going
to be a tough one to learn.

I suggest that if you have your heart set on playing it, you find another guitarist
and split the notes up like they would be to a pianist. the E, A, and D strings
represent the left hand's role in this song on the Piano. Likewise the G, B, and E
strings represent the right hand. It would be far simpler (and probably would sound
better) to divide the guitar parts in the same manner.
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