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Beautiful tab

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version 2

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by G. Love
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I've seen a few tabs for beautiful, but none of them have tristan prettyman's finger 
thought I'd share it.

E||------------X-------|----------X----------------|
B||----------5-X-------|--------3-X----------------|
G||-------6-(6)X-6-----|---4----4-X--4-------------|
D||------------X-------|----------X----------------|
A||-------7----X-7-----|---5------X--5-------------|
E||----5-------X-------|------3---X----------------|

E||------------X-------|----------X----------------|
B||----------5-X-------|--------3-X----------------|
G||-------6-(6)X-6-----|---4----4-X--4-------------|
D||------------X-------|----------X----------------|
A||-------7----X-7-----|---5------X--5-------------|
E||----5-------X-------|----------X----------------|

pretty simple??

            
            
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whats in a name 154 Jan 09, 2009 06:12 PM

just not right

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Regenc 31 May 04, 2009 01:48 PM

I may have to agree with whats in a name. I messed around with it my self and watched the youtube video. Try playing that first line but then going to a D chord with your thumb playing a F# as the baseline and then the same picking pattern your using on that first part. Then follow it with a C chord (same picking pattern) and make it a whole C with the G Covered. Basically what im to say is that if you listen to it shes playing a baseline the whole time with those chords that goes like (on the low E) 5 3 2 3.. Im gonna tab my version for clarity.

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