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    I believe a true opinion of the song will make you enjoy it more.
    From a fellow guitarist i mean.

             This song in my opinion is the greatest known song to mankind. the words,
the guitar riff's. every bit a masterpiece, Zakk Wyld is a true god of music. He is the
creator of many bands, many songs, many lyrics, even his own custom guitar and pedal.
             Many people have attempted to tab this song, all have failed in the internet
world, my older brotehr and i have found it. sounds perfect. so long as you practice it
until you've mastered playing it and can play it very fast. this is not a beginner song,
learn this after you've already played for awhile.
             Now, many people have said this song is in 'Drop D'. meaning the top string
is lowered to a D cord. this is incorrect. the song is played in standard pitch. well..
everyone's ears hear different sounds, so my standard pitch it probably different than
yours. close or not,Standard-Pitch.

 ^ hammer on, pull off
 / slide up neck   (4/7)
 \ slide down neck   (7\4)
 bd  bend down


 [Intro.]

E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D----------------------------------------------------------7------------|
A--7^9--9^7--5^7------5^7----8^7--7^5------------5^7---7/9---9--7^5^7bd-|
E-----7----5------5^7------------------7----5^7-------------------------|

E-------------------------------------------|---------------------------|
B-------------------------------------------|---------------------------|
C-------------------------------------------|---------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------|---------------------------|
A---7^5--7/9---7-----7^5--7/9---7--7^5------|-[Lead starts here]--------|
E---------------------------------------7---|------------[Under Intro]--|

    The [Intro] continues throughout most of the song, except for the solo
                and.. heavy part. the Lead under the intro when the song
                starts with drumming, and this lead...
                [Under Intro] means at the same time as...

 [Lead.]
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------7--9---9/12--12-11-12-11-12-11---11\9--9\7--7/9--9^7-----------|
A----7^9------------------------------------------------------9-7--7^9--|
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

     The [Lead] continues throughout most of the song aswell as the [Intro]
                not during the heavy part. the metal part. when the chorus
                kicks in. the heavy part is simply...

 [Metal.] Vr.1
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A-----9-9---12----12^14--14-----14\9--9-9-------5^7---9-9---------------|
E-----7-7---10----10^12--12-----12\7--7-7---5^7-------7-7---------------|

E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A-----9-9---12----12^14--14-----14---12---9-9-------5^7---9-9-----------|
E-----7-7---10----10^12--12-----12-0-10-0-7-7---5^7-------7-7-----------|


  [Metal.] Vr.2
E-----------------------------------|------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------|------------------------------------|
C-----------------------------------|------------------------------------|
D-4-4---7-7^9--9\4-4-4------0^2--4--|-4-4---7-7^9--9-0-7-0-4-4-----0^2-4-|
A-2-2---5-5^7--7\2-2-2--0^2------2--|-2-2---5-5^7--7-0-5-0-2-2--0^2----2-|
E-----------------------------------|------------------------------------|

                [Metal.] there is 2 Versions weather you like it
                         more powerful or not, the higher note Version
                         is how Zakk Wyld does it, some people like
                         the lower power cords. especially if you have an
                         accoustic,harder to reach 12/14 as a cord.

                [Solo.]  the solo of this song is a truely amazing piece
                         very hard to pin point the exact cordage of
                         a solo by Zakk Wyld at all but especially for
                         Stone the Crow. I have created myself, a close
                         replica of his solo. listen to the song and play
                         with it. this sounds as close as it is...

 [Solo.]
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D------7-9^12--12^9--9\7---7^9--9-9-9^7---7-----------------------------|
A--7^9-------------------9--------------9---9^7-7\5-------5^7--7/9------|
E---------------------------------------------------7-5^7---------------|

E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D----------------------9-9-9^7---7--------------------------------------|
A----7^5----5-7-----5----------9---9-7----------5-7/9-7--7\5------------|
E--7-----7^5----5^7--------------------9-7--5^7--------------7-5-7------|

          This goes into [Metal.] use one of the [Metal.] Versions after
          [Solo.] and then go into the Intro sound + Lead.

   Stone the Crow
   Zakk Wyld

   Tabbed by:   Blind. Smith
                Blind_smith@hotmail.com

         S  I  X    -    S  T  R  I  N  G    -    S  A  M  U  R  A  I

            
            
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eplp22 10 Aug 31, 2005 08:00 PM

Zakk Wylde played this part? In the band the guitarists are a guy from corrosion conformity and crowbar. Well maybe zakk recorded the part, i may be wrong

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eplp22 10 Aug 31, 2005 08:00 PM

o and standaed pitch is just eadgbe not everybody has a differentone. the standard pitch can be found on any kind of electronic tuner or fork-style tuner, or u can just tune one note to the song then tune the rest of ur guitar to standard tuning. So people shouldnt have a problem finding the tuning. And u can play it in drop d. If u want to, just move everything down on the low E string 2 frets. so if ur in dropped d, and the tab says to play 7 one the loe E string, u just play 9. U can play this song either way.

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veedmo 10 Nov 21, 2005 04:28 AM

It's fine that you love Zakk, but when writing about him you could'ev at least spell his name right (it's Wylde). Now if you treasure this song so much it also would be nice to know who wrote it. Zakk didn't have anything to do with it. It was wiritten by Phil Anselmo and Pepper Keenan.

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