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One Lonely Visitor chords

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Hey, this is my first tab, but i am almost 100% sure it is correct.

Tuning is Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb (crazy A chevelle song not in drop D)

There are three chords on this song, the main riff goes:
eb--7----7---
Bb--7----7---
Gb--9----9---
Db--9----9---
Ab--7----7---
Eb--7----0---

Just repete these untill the verse where you mainly play

eb--7--
Bb--7--
Gb--9--
Db--9--
Ab--7--
Eb--7--

but when you listen closely to the song you can hear him hit:

eb--x--
Bb--x--
Gb--7--
Db--7--
Ab--7--
Eb--7--

Just move your middle finger up and bar while you keep your ring and pinky in
the same place, it is pretty easy, and you just need to listen to the song to
figure it out.

Anyway, i love this song and thought it needed a tab

-Mark

            
            
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tjt452000 10 Dec 29, 2003 07:00 PM

ummm isnt the red not in drop D dipsh*t

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lyingfromyou 154 Oct 31, 2005 08:56 AM

Chevelle only used drop D on point #1... now they use dropped B and A# and a couple songs (liek the red) on wonder what's next are in C# standard.

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twoB 41 Oct 01, 2009 12:36 PM

uhm. are you completely shure about the tunning? might be in C#

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