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Haw chords

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                             Haw - 16 Horsepower
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Tabbed by: deHufter
Email: kurtkill@hotmail.com

Tuning: standard

Intro + verse : (listen for chord changes)

   C#m  F#m C#m  Em C#m              Am  G#m
e|--4---9----4---7---9----------------5---4------|
B|--5---10---5---8---10---------------5---4------|
G|--6---11---6---9---11---------------5---4------|
D|--6---11---6---9---11--twice-then:--7---6------|
A|--4---9----4---7---9----------------7---6------|
E|------------------------------------5---4------|

Little bridge:
   Em  D#m  Dm C#m G#m (fast chance)
e|--7---6---5---4/11/-----------|
B|--8---7---6---5/12/-----------|
G|--9---8---7---6/13/-----------|
D|--9---8---7---6/13/-----twice-|
A|--7---6---5---4/11/-----------|
E|------------------------------|

That's basically the whole song. Sometimes he throws in a high G#m
like in the bridge.

Those minor chords give a nice haunting sound the song. Enjoy!
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tom.macarte 10 Apr 02, 2013 10:28 AM

This is played in open Gm tuning, with a slide over all strings to form the above chords (C#m played at 6th fret and so on).

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