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From: "Justin Goldner" 
Subject: g/goldfinger/vintage_queen.tab
Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 14:20:19 PST


Goldfinger - Vintage Queen
Transcribed by Justin Goldner,
goldentoad@hotmail.com


Standard E Tuning

Note: This song (as are many Goldfinger songs) is played with two
guitar parts, although for most of the song there is only one main
part.  The second guitar is used mostly for the "solo" as a kind of
"answer" to the first.  Other than that, the second guitar plays riffs
as fills.  For the parts where there are two guitars I've marked each
tab "Guitar 1" or "Guitar 2".



Layout:

Intro
Verse - A E F E, Am G#m Gm F#m
Pre-Chorus - Am G#m F#m E
Chorus - C G C G, C D Em D, C D G
Verse
Chorus
Guitar Solo/Duet
Pre-Chorus
Chorus
(key change up 2 steps)
Chorus



Intro-


{ Guitar 1
{ E---12-------7-------12-------7-------15---
{ B------12-------7-------12-------7---------
{ G---------12-------7-------12-------7------
{
{ Guitar 2
{ A---3----------------3---------------------
{ E------------3----------------3------------


E----------------------7--------------------3---
B---5-----7-----8--------------5-----7------3---
G-------------------------------------------4---
D------5-----7-----9--------------5-----7---5---
A---3-----5-----7----------5---3-----5------5---
E-------------------------------------------3---
*the above can be split with Guitar 2 playing the bottom
the strings and Guitar 1 playing instead the top notes of
basic C, D and G chords.


E---------------------------------------0-0-0--------------------
B--------------------------------2-2-2--------0-0---1-0---0------
G-------------------------------------------------------2--------
D----------2-2-2-------------------------------------------------
A---4-4-4--------2-2---3-2-0-2-----------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------
*for the above Guitar 2 plays the first verse part in the backround




Verse-


E----------------- } Repeat 2x
B----------------- }
G------9--10--9--- } *Second verse
D---7--9--10--9--- }  mess around with the
A---7--7--8---7--- }  B string if you want,
E---5------------- }  I think it's just noise


E---5---4---3---2--- } Repeat2x
B---5---4---3---2--- }
G---5---4---3---2--- } *Second verse
D---7---6---5---4--- }  give each string a sec
A---7---6---5---4--- }  to move up to the high note
E---5---4---3---2--- }  and end with E (022xxx)




Pre-Chorus-


E---------------- }
B---------------- }
G---------------- } Repeat 2x
D---7--6--4--2--- }
A---7--6--4--2--- }
E---5--4--2--0--- }




Chorus-  Second time riffs are added on Guitar 2, third time play soft
         as the song quiets down (no riffs), fourth time move every-
         thing up two frets for the key change from G to A.  The "=="
         symbolizes that the time between the two chords is equal to
         the time it takes to play the riff and the tab isn't to scale.


{ Guitar 1
{ E---3==3-----------------------------3==3---------------------------
{ B---5==3-----------------------------5==3---------------------------
{ G---5==4-----------------------------5==4---------------------------
{ D---5==5-----------------------------5==5---------------------------
{ A---3==5-----------------------------3==5---------------------------
{ E----==3------------------------------==3---------------------------
{
{ Guitar 2  *only plays riff during second and fourth choruses
{ E----==-------------------------------==----------------------------
{ B----==-------------------------------==--------------3b5b3---------
{ G----==--------4b5b4----------4b5b4---==--------4b5b4-------4b5b4---
{ D----==0b2b4b5--------0b2b4b5---------==0b2b4b5---------------------
{ A----==-------------------------------==----------------------------
{ E----==-------------------------------==----------------------------


E------3---5---7-----5-3---5---3---
B------5---7---8-----7-5---7---3---
G------5---7---9-----7-5---7---4---
D------5---7---9-----7-5---7---5---
A------3---5---7-----5-3---5---5---
E------------------------------3---




Guitar Solo/Duet-  This could feasibly be done on one guitar, minus
	some backround notes, probably was recorded at two different
	times.  If you've got two guitars it would be an interesting
	arrangement.  You could have the guitar thats not playing play
        the normal verse chords while the other one solos.  I wrote it
	out for two, it's pretty easy to combine them.


{ Guitar 1
{ E----------0-0-0------------------------5-5-5---------------------
{ B---2-2-2--------0-0---1-1-1-0---5-5-5--------5-5---5-3-1-3-------
{ G-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ D-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ A-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ E-----------------------------------------------------------------
{
{ Guitar 2
{ E-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ B-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ G-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ D---------------------------------------2-2-2---------------------
{ A----------------------3-2-0-2---4-4-4--------2-2---3-2-0-2-------
{ E-----------------------------------------------------------------


{ Guitar 1
{ E-----------------------3b5-5b7-7b8-8b5---------------------------
{ B-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ G-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ D-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ A-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ E-----------------------------------------------------------------
{
{ Guitar 2
{ E-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ B-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ G-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ D-----------------------------------------------------------------
{ A-----4-7-6-----5-------------------------------------------------
{ E---5-------4-3---3-2---------------------------------------------




This is my favorite Goldfinger song but unfortunately it's not on any
of their albums, just the American Pie soundtrack (if you listen real
closely it's in the backround of the first party scene).  Hopefully
they'll have the good taste to include it on one of their upcoming CDs.
Until then I'll have to listen to the MP3 :(  Anyway, comments,
questions, corrections: goldentoad@hotmail.com
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