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"Movin N' Groovin"
by Duane Eddy

transcribed by kevin gardner
               transtrem@hotmail.com

Duane tunes up 1/2 step for this song.  Low to high the guitar
is tuned F Bb Eb Ab C F.
Duane uses his L E F T hand to manipuate whammy bar.
If you play an old Gretch this is easy since the bar can be
positioned in a stable fassion pointing to the guitar's tuning pegs.
If, like me, you have worn out the threds on your bar, and it is
constantly swinging about try placing a paper tube over your
volume knob, thus construction a makeshift shelf for your bar to
rest on.  Remember use your  left hand to dip the bar down 1/2 step
as you simltantiously strike the note.


Good luck!

B = Bend up 1/2 step
* = dip the note down 1/2 step using your left hand to
    manipulate the bar
/ = slide

part #1

E
----------------------------------------|
-------12-12-12----------------12-------|
-13-14-13-13-13-14-13----13-14-13-------|
-14-14----------14-14-14-14-14----------|
----------------------14----------------|
----------------------------------0-0-0-|

E
----------------------------------------|
-------12-12-12----------------12-------|
-13-14-13-13-13-14-13----13-14-13-------|
-14-14----------14-14-14-14-14----------|
----------------------14----------------|
----------------------------------0-0-0-|

A
------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|
----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-------|
-4B----4B----4B----4B----4B----4B---|

E
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
-0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0-|

B
-------------------|
-------------------|
-------------------|
-------------------|
-1/2-2--1/2-2--2-2-|
-------------------|

A
--------------------|
--------------------|
--------------------|
--------------------|
----0-----0-----0---|
-4B----4B----4B-----|

E
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
-0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0-|

part #2
E
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
-0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0-|

E
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
-0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0-|


A
------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|
------------------------------------|
----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-------|
-4B----4B----4B----4B----4B----4B---|

E
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
-0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0-|

B
-------------------|
-------------------|
-------------------|
-------------------|
-1/2-2--1/2-2--2-2-|
-------------------|

A
--------------------|
--------------------|
--------------------|
--------------------|
----0-----0-----0---|
-4B----4B----4B-----|

E
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
---------------------------------|
-0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0*-0--0-|

            
            
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