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Rhyme And Reason Tab

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Tabbed by Jake Behan

Ok, i tabbed this from the listener supported DVD and it is all
100% correct so i dont wanna see any corrections..ha ok.

Verse
             ** will indicate just slide to, do not play note
e-----------------------------------------------
a-----------------------------------------------
d-----------3-------------------------9---------
g--3/5**-0----------5--------7--------------10--
b-------------5/6**----7/8**--------------------
E-----------------6--------8-------8-----6------

the finger technique is kinda confusing for this song so ill
tell you how dave plays it step by step. 
play the 3slide5 with your ring finger,then the 3d with your index,5slide6 with your
ring, 6E with your middle, 5g with your index, 7slide8 with the ring, 8E with
your middle, 7g with your index, then leave your middle finger where it is and your
ring should already be over the 9d, then index on the last 6E and pinkie on the 10g

Chorus

e------------------
a------------------
d------5---3---5---
g--5---5---3---5---
b--5---3---1---x---
E--3-----------5---
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Jettachef 10 wrote on December 27 2004, 12:00 am

This song is tabbed perfectly, however the notes labeling the strings are backwards. That really messed me up for a bit. In other words, the 3/5 slide that is said to be on the G string is really on the D string. Just reverse the string notes. Hope that helps someone!

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Jettachef 10 wrote on December 27 2004, 12:00 am

This song is tabbed perfectly, however the notes labeling the strings are backwards. That really messed me up for a bit. In other words, the 3/5 slide that is said to be on the G string is really on the D string. Just reverse the string notes. Hope that helps someone!

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devinwebb907 10 wrote on January 26 2008, 05:58 pm

there is also some strumming when its on the 7th and 8th fret

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