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"transatlanticism" by death cab for cutie

hi everyone, this took me a very long time to figure out, but im sure i got it!(the solo 
the chords)

chords used:
A(x0222x)
C#m(446654)
Dsus2(x0023x)
F#m(2442xx)
E(02210x)

[Intro]
A, C#m, Dsus2, F#m
(every second time through that, play a quick E chord after the Dsus2)

after he says "oh no" strum a distorted Dsus2.
and then do this little solo thing: (/ means slide up)
|---------------------------------|
|-----9---------------------------|
|---------------14----------------|
|-7/9------9/11-------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|

after that, play a distorted Dsus2 again.

sometimes during the "i need you so much closer" part,
the chords are:A, F#m, E, Dsus2.(thats also when he says, "so come on"
and other times when he says that, the chords are:F#m, C#m, Dsus2, E.

well, i hope you found this as useful as i did.



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| /  Slide up

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OutAbsentia 10 Dec 28, 2006 11:06 AM

I'm also unsure about the F#m, but I do believe that the C#m is actually just an inverted C#5 (4466xx). If I can figure out the fourth chord, I'll repost.

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walrus11 124 Apr 11, 2007 02:13 PM

little hard to understand, try organizing information better.

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Paul Lambeth 660 Aug 21, 2007 07:17 AM

Ok, yes, about it being intermediate that's just silly. But oh well.

F#m is right. The E goes AFTER the F#m.
And patunox, when writing out chords, "x" is used to show it's not played :\. True in guitar tabs it means it's muffled but he didn't write it in tab format except for the overdriven D riff.

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