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Madman Across The Water intro tab

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                            Madman Across The Water: Elton John
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Tabbed by: Les Gibson

Tuning: Standard

Intro (acoustic):  +12 = natural harmonic at 12th fret

    Am           G                    Am          G 
e|-----0---------------------------------0----------------------------|
B|-----1-----------------+12-----+7------1---------------+12------+7--|
G|-----2-----0-------0---+12-----+7------2-----0------0--+12------+7--|
D|-----2---0---------0---------0---------2---0--------0--------0------|
A|--0--------------2------------------0-------------2-----------------|
E|---------------3--------------------------------3-------------------|

This riff plays often throughout the song; there is already a v.good page 
with the chords, so there's no point me writing them out again. Enjoy!

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AllisonsGuitar 10 Mar 25, 2010 01:36 PM

Almost - if you were to remove the open D & G notes between the Am & G chords, and remove the open D & A notes before and after the 7th fret harmonic, then it'd be correct.
There's also a section in the solo area that's similar to this, but instead of the harmonics it plays what ianvomsaal's version calls a "G-LICK".
G-LICK
e|---------------|
B|---------------|
G|---------------|
D|------0-2~~0---|
A|----2----------|
E|--3------------|

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