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Artist: Jimi Hendrix
Song: Remember


/ slide up
\ slide down
b bend
r release bend
h hammer-on
p pull-off
v vibrato


INTRO:

E---------------------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------9--9\7-------------|
G----8/10\8/10----8-------8------------------8--8\6----6------6-|
D----8/10\8/10----8h10p8--8---------6--8/10--10-10\8---6-6----6-|
A-----------------------11--8---6/8----------------------6h8----|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|
                                                       Oh, re...

VERSE:

E-----------------------------------|
B---------4-------------------------|
G---------5-------------------------|      X 2
D---------6-------------------------| (Ab maj. barre chd)
A------------------6--8p6--8--------|
E---4--4-----4-6/8------------------|

...member

E--------------------------------------------------------------|
B--------8-----------------------------   X 2------------------|
G--------6------------------------------ (Eb7 barre chd)-------|
D--------8-----------8--10p8--10-------------------------------|
A---6-6---6--8/10----------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------|

...sing


Then slide down two frets and do the same pattern, using Db7 barre chord.

The above patterns form the core of the first two verses. Listen
to the song a few times and you should have no trouble figuring out where
to play the Ab, Eb7 and Db7.

After the first two verses, there's a bridge:

E-------------------------------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------------------------------|
G--8-8-8-8-8-8-etc.-------------------------6-6-6-6-6-6-etc.--|
D--8-8-8-8-8-8-etc.-------------------------5-5-5-5-5-5-etc.--|
A--6-6-6-6-6-6-etc.-------------------------6-6-6-6-6-6-etc.--|
E-------------------------------------------------------------|

Hey, pretty baby...                        Make everybody...


After the bridge, the song continues in the same pattern as the first two verses,
except everything is moved up two frets. The first chord
for this part is Bb major.

solo
E-------------------------------6---6---6------------------------|
B-6v-6v-etc---------6v-6h8------6h8-6h8-6h8p6--4------4----------|
G---------------5-7----------------------------3h5p3--3h5p3--5---|
D------------5/7------------------------------------5------5---5-|
A----------8-----------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------|

E-6-----------------------6------6----------6-----------|
B-6h8p6---6-------------6---9b11--9p6------6--9p6-------|
G---------5h7p5----8b10---------------8b10--------8b10--|v (hold)
D--------------8----------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------|

E-----9----9---8--8----6-6-------------------------------------|
B-------------------6----6h8p6--6------6---6-------------------|
G-(10)-(10)r--8--8--6h7---------5h7p5--5h7-5h7p5---------------|
D------------------------------------8----------8-----8--8-----|
A-------------------------------------------------8/10-10-10\--|
E--------------------------------------------------------------|


Then it's back to the verse, starting on Bb major. There are
hammer-on, pull-offs during this part, that correspond with the
chords, like so:


E--6-----------------------13------------------11-------|
B--6h8p6-------------------13h15p13------------11h13p11-|
G-------------------------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------|


As the song returns to the Bb chord, play Bb7 instead of Bb major.This signals that
the song is about to change key again. Then slide up another fret and play B major,
again following the same pattern as the other verses.


There are more hammer-on, pull-offs here. The phrases are similar to the ones
above, except with an extra hammer-on and pull-off.  I think Jimi plays them at
the 7th fret, 2nd fret and in the open position, 
like so:


E--7--------------------2--------------------0----------|
B--7h9p7h9p7------------2h4p2h4p2------------0h2p0h2p0--|
G-------------------------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------|

            
            
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TheOneHendrix 50 Apr 22, 2005 08:00 PM

Nice tab man

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Ifyhard 413 Apr 23, 2007 07:00 PM

Great tab dude!!!!

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JustinMalvo 10 Apr 05, 2008 11:17 PM

Good stuff. Really a great help.

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