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Rise Chords

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Shawn Mcdonald- Rise

There weren't any tabs/chords anywhere that I could find so I just watched him 
play on youtube. Not sure what he does exactly for the "A7sus4" but this sounds sort of close.
Great song 

Capo 3

Pattern is Asus4, G6, A7sus4, Asus4, Asus4/E  and repeat

Asus4    G6     A7sus4 (I think)    Asus4/E
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twinmacs wrote on June 22 2011, 12:37 am

Tuning is DADGA.

The version of the chords I play (set to the tuning above)

Asus4 G6 A7Sus4 (I think) Asus4/E

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twinmacs wrote on June 22 2011, 12:39 am

Excuse me, sorry. The tuning is DADGAD.

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c_harrison wrote on November 18 2011, 04:03 pm

OK, here's the correct tab: Drop-D tuning (DADGBE)

Dadd9 Em G6 A7add9

The key to spotting someone playing in the drop-D tuning
is to watch for the G being played on the fifth fret. drop-D tuning usually implied a song in the key of D, and the G chord is extremely common in songs in the key of D.

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