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So What Tab

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Miles Daiv's "So What"

the actual tune is played by the bass guitar but can be also played by
the eletric guitar and the piano

E------------------------7--5--------------------7--5--------------------|
B------------------------8--6--------------------8--6--------------------|
G------------------------7--5--------------------7--5--------------------|
D------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------5-7-5---5---------------------5-7-5--5-----------------5-7-5--5-|
E--5-7-8-------8--5-------------5-7-8--------8----------5-7-8--------8-5-|

E--7--5-------------------------|
B--8--6-------------------------|
G--7--5-------------------------|
D-------------------------------|
A--------57-7-7-5---------------|
E-----------------5-------------|

Do this in a AABA pattern and the 'B' part of the pattern is moving
the above tune and cords up a semi tone. After completing this patern
the bas guitar goes into a walk and the other instruments solo. When
soloing over the A pattern you should use a c major scale and when
soloing over the B pattern you should use a G major scale.

I think this is right if you have any questions or comments please
email me ongkn3@hotmail.com
thank you
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LeVl@th@n wrote on March 31 2013, 02:24 am

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