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Stand By Me Tab

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Song: Stand By Me (Ben E. King)
Artist: John Lennon
Album: Rock And Roll - 1975
Tabber: Vitor Ribeiro Suman (suman@elvis.com)

CHORDS: A, F#m, D, E, A

I've decided 
to practice the solo as much as I could, and this is my best try on it. 
It really seems to be right, or at least very close to the real solo. If 
you can do it better, mail me at suman@elvis.com

Notations used:

--/12-- Slide from wherever you want to 12th fret
--7h9-- Hammer on from the 7th fret to the 9th
15b(17) Bend up two levels on the 15th fret

Guitar Solo


E|----------------------------------|
B|---/12--/13--11--/12--15b(17)--13-|
G|----------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------|


E|--7h9--7------------------------------|
B|--7h9--7------10-8---12-10-------11-11|
G|----------9-7------9-------11/13------|
D|--------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------|

You better listen to the song to get the right time

Happy Xmas
I hope you have fun
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jrd865 49 wrote on December 13 2006, 05:57 pm

I am not sure if I am getting the right timing for the notes...any help? So far it's just not sounding good (which is probably 100% my own fault).

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koolass 120 wrote on February 12 2007, 07:36 pm

nice tab dude, those chords are awsome

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