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Mardy Bum Tab

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It's in D major.

[0:00] intro lead
E-----------------------------------------|
B--12-12-12-12--10------------------------|
G------------------11-9-7\-4-2-4-2--------|
D----------------------------------4-2----|
A-----------------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------|

main lead melody
E----------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------------------|
G--11-11-9-11-9---------9-11-11-11-9-11-9------------------------|
D---------------12---12-------------------12---------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------|

E----------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------------------|
G-----9----------------------------------------------------------|
D--12---11-12-12-11-9--\7-(7)-12-12-12-12-12-14------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------|

Chords (for rhythm guitar)
D       X~W-5--7--7--7-X---------------------------------|
F#      X--9-11-11-11-X----------------------------------|
G       X-10-12-12-12-X----------------------------------|
F#min   X--9-11-11-10------------------------------------|(9)
Emin    X~W-8-10-10~W-9-X--------------------------------|
A5      X~W-7--7~W-9~W10-X  or  A      X~W-7--7--6~W-5-X-|
F#5     2~W4-4~WX~WX-X
G5      3~W5-5~WX~WX-X

[0:00] rhythm guitar
E-------|------|-----|-----|
B---12--|--10--|--8--|--5--|
G---12--|--11--|--9--|--6--|
D-------|------|-----|-----|
A-------|------|-----|-----|
E-------|------|-----|-----|

[0:09]
|  D  |  F#  |  G  |  F#min  |  Emin  |  A  |
repeat four times

[0:42]
|  G  |  A  |  D  |  A  |  Bmin  | repeat two times
Laughs and jokes...
...was

|  G  |  A  |
old, argumentative...

For the above GADABmin chords, I'd prefer
G       3-5-5-4-3-3-|
A       5-7-7-6-5-5-|
D       X-5-7-7-7-5-|
Bmin    X-2-4-4-3-3-|

[1:04]
|  D  |  F#  |  G  |  F#min  |  Emin  |  A  |
repeat three times

[1:30]
|  G  |  A  |  D  |  A  |  Bmin  | repeat two times
Just laugh and joke...

|  G  |  A  |
old, argumentative...

[1:52]
|   F#5  |     G5   |  three times
|   F#5  |  G5 | A5 |

Solo
[2:08]
E----------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------------------|
G--/9-----------------/9-----------------------------------------|
D-----12-11-12---11-12---12-11-12-11--9-11-9-----9---------------|
A---------------------------------------------12---12--9-9-------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------|

E----------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------------------|
G------------------7-7-7-7-9-6----6-6-6-7-9-/11-9----------------|
D------7------------------------------------------12-9-----------|
A--7h9---9-7-----------------------------------------------------|
E------------10-10-----------------------------------------------|

E-------------------------------|
B-------------------------------|
G-------------9-11-9----9-------|
D--9-12-12-12--------12---12----|
A-------------------------------|
E-------------------------------|

[2:08]
|  D  |  F#  |  G  |  F#min  |  Emin  |  A  | repeat two times

[2:26]
|  G  |  A  |  D  |  A  |  Bmin  |

|  G  |  A  |  D  ||

ENJOY!
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J.B
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samerika wrote on October 12 2006, 09:48 pm

Em i do like it and i think that the chorus and stuff is right but, wouldnt it be much easier and wouldnt it sound almost perfect if i use barre chord Dm for example instead of your d ?
(dm=x57765) and using instead of the whole other chords the same chord but as a barre chord like th dm one, do you know what I mean ?
I think it'l make everything easier, and it sounds almost the same I mean its only one finger difference !

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Ramones Nutter wrote on February 18 2007, 11:54 am

Minor chord (as opposed to a major) changes the whole feel of a progression! you cant say that because its only one finger difference its practically the same chord.
Major chords with a full barre are easy: do a full six-string barre with your first finger, and a B,G,D string barre with your ring finger. Its easier that way than trying to cram all three fingers on, which becomes impossible past the 15th fret or so.

As for the tab, almost perfect, but the main intro leads a bit off.

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InMySG-Dreams wrote on November 2 2008, 10:57 am

What do the "W"s mean in the "Chords for rhythm guitar part"?
Do they mean I have to play the chords in a different way?

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