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Author
Jimi Hendrix
Album: Hear My Music
Title: Gypsy Blood

- One of Jimi’s slower and shorter compositions. Nevertheless, it’s still just as sweet
as all his other songs.

- As far as all my tabs go (except for one Filipino song and Acoustic Alchemy song), I
rely on the time of the original mp3 file for accuracy. So I suggest using Winamp and
an mp3 file of this song to actually ‘relate’ to this tab.

- If you don’t like tuning down your guitar a half step lower than the standard tuning,
I don’t think you’re ready for this song. IMHO, this attitude goes to show that your
atrtitude towards guitar playing is still not yet enough, since a guitar tuned a half 
lower can mean a whole different world of guitar
 playing, hehehe.

- Oh, also, if anyone out there could also give suggestions on what I could tab next,
in the lines of songs similar to Jimi’s of course (I’m currently hooked on tabbing his
awesome works) that would be swell! Anyways... here it is.

Enjoy!

Tuning: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb

1st Part: 00:00 – 00:13.
=========
00:00 – 00:06
e|------------------------------------------------------8----------10-|
B|-9h10-9-------------------3-----------5/7/5-----------8----------10-|
G|-9----9--9/7----------7---3-----------4/6/4-----------9----------11-|
D|------------------7/9-7---5-4-3-------5/7/5----------10----------12-|
A|----------------------------------0---------------------------------|
E|-------------0h5----------------0---------------0h8-8----0p10-10----|
                           |------|
                           |------|
                           |------|
OR                         |5-4---|...
                           |----7-|
                           |------|
00:07 – 00:13
e|------------------------------------0---------------101010----------|
B|----9h10-9------7h87----------------5-------8-8-8-8-101010----------|
G|----9----9--9/7-7--7-7---7----------4-------9-9-9-9-111111----------|
D|---------------------7h9-7----------5------10101010-121212----------|
A|---------------------------7h9p7p0----------------------------------|
E|-0--------------------------------------5/8-------------------------|


2nd Part: 00:35 – 01:12.
=========
00:13 – 00:20
e|-----------------------------------7----7---------------|
B|------------------5h7p9------------7----7---------------|
G|--------------------------6--------8----8---------------|
D|-----6---------6--------6----------9-9-99---------------|
A|-------------------------------9---9-9-99--9/7--77-77-7-|
E|-0------3-5/9----------------7-----7-7-77--7/5--55-55-5-|
00:21 – 00:34
e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------5h7p9---------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------8----8---------------|
D|-----6*--------6-------6-----------9-9-99---------------|
A|-------------------------------9---9-9-99-9--77-77/5-7--|
E|-0------3-5/9----------------7-----7-7-77-7--55-55/3-5--|
*semi-muted and picked strongly
e|----------------------------------------|
B|-2~~~-----------------2~~~--------------|
G|-2~~~-----------------2~~~--------------|
D|-2~~~--------------2--2~~~--------------|
A|-0~~~--------------0--0~~~--------------|
E|---4---2--2-0-00-3------4---2--2-0-00-0-|


3rd Part: 00:34 – 00:55.
=========
00:34 – 00:41
e|-2---2--------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-2---2----7--77--77-------------------------7/9---------------------|
G|-3---3----7--77--77---6-------------5-----7~~/9---------------------|
D|-4---4----7--77--77---7---7-------5-5-----7~~/9---------------------|
A|-4---4----5--55--55-0-7-7-7-0--1/3----3/5---------------------------|
E|-2-2-2-2/5------------5-5-5-----------------------------------------|
00:41 – 00:48
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----9h10-9------7h8-7-----------------------------------------------|
G|----9----9--9/7-7-----7-----7h9p7----------6----------9/------------|
D|----------------------------7---h9p7-------7----------7/------------|
A|--------------------------0---------h9-----7-------11---------------|
E|-0----------------------0--------------5-5-5---5/9--9----0----------|
00:49 – 00:55
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-9h10-9----7h9-7-----------------5--5x--8b9r8-----------------------|
G|-9----9----7---7-7---------------4--4x--------9-6-------------------|
D|-----------------7h9~p7----------5--5x------------9-6/--------------|
A|-----------------------7h9p7p0--------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------|


4th Part: 00:55 – 01:24.
=========
00:55 – 01:02
e|---------------------------------------------10/8-------------------|
B|-------0---------[5h75h7p5]*--------4-----4--10/8---5---------------|
G|-----1-----------[------6-]---------4-----4--10/8---5---------------|
D|---------2--------------------------4-4-4-4---------5---------------|
A|-----------0/4-x-x---------0h2--2-2-2-2-2-2-------0-3-0-------------|
E|-0------------------------------------------------------0-----------|
[ ]* - this may sound wrong at first. But, its correct, trust me.
01:03 – 01:08
e|----------4-4-0------------------------10/8-------------------------|
B|-5--5-----5-5---5h7p5---------7-7------10/8-------------------------|
G|-4--4-----6-6--------6----8-8-----8----10/8--6----------------------|
D|-5--5-----6-6---------9-9-9-9----------------7----------------------|
A|------5-4-4-4---------9-9-----------99------77-7--------------------|
E|----------------------7-7-----------77------55-5--------------------|
01:09 – 01:24
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-7--7----------------------7--7-------------------------------------|
E|-5--5--4--4--2--2--0-2-4---5--5--4--4--2--2--0-2-4------------------|

e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------7-7-7-7--------------0----------------------------|
G|-------6-6-6-6----7-7-7-7-------------1-----------------------------|
D|-------7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7-7------------2------------------------------|
A|-7--7--7-7-7-7--5-5-5-5-5--5/4/2-2----------------------------------|
E|-5--5--5-5-5-5-------------------0----------------------------------|

E-mail me at ifyhard2@yahoo.com for comments, suggestions, or whatever, really!

-Ifyhard

            
            
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villanova_junct 20 Mar 11, 2007 11:10 AM

Here's a few songs you should try tabbing: Power of Love(Band Of Gypsy's), Stepping Stone (Band Of Gypsys), Once I Had A Woman(Blues Album), Bleeding Heart (Blues Album), Drifters Escape, Voodoo Chile Blues (from Blues Album) or Voodoo Chile (Electric LadyLand, the 15min version), Peace In Mississippi, Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Crash Landing Album), and Message to Love from Woodstock, you could also try the 11+ min version of Red House from Isle of Wight.
--these are pretty much the rest of the songs without tabs and it'd be great if ou tabbed them
...nice tab by the way

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Ifyhard 413 Mar 13, 2007 07:16 AM

Thanks a lot for the suggestions villanova! I actually have already started on Message to Love from Woodstock and Red House.... It's just taking me forever to tab them cuz of their length. Well, right now I'm just hoping I'll finish it, since I have actually stopped tabbing them a couple of months back now.

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villanova_junct 20 Mar 18, 2007 01:51 PM

no problem, also being a Hendrix fan, you might also like Robin Trower, he takes a big influence from Hendrix. It'd be great if you tabbed his version of Rock Me Baby.
..you could look him up on YouTube.com to get an idea of his playing.

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