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Ulysses chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Tabbed By: zackjmorgan
email: z2jm@yahoo.com

First of all, if you want to learn how to play the song watch this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVQ_gAVNEpk
It shows Josh actually playing the song and from watching it's pretty easy to pick 
up on the hammer patters and the walks up and down on the chords. 
Second of all, I'm terrible at guitar so I can't even play this myself to check it 
out meaning there are likely dozens of mistakes, but I love this song and thought 
it deserved to be listed, so this is my best effort. Feel free to contact me with 
corrections or suggestions!

   G    Em7    Em    Em7     Em    Em7     G
e|-3-----3------------3-------------3------3-------|
B|-3-----3------------3-------------3------3-------|
G|-------------------------------------------------|
D|------0h2-----2----0h2------2----0h2-------------|
A|-3-----2------2-----3-------2-----3------3-------|
E|-2---------------------------------------2-------|

And this is pretty much how the whole song goes. He just keeps repeating this 
progression. With some variation in the order of the chords, but like I said, 
watch the video and actually play the song and you'll be able to figure it out in no time!

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| /   slide up
| \   slide down
| h   hammer-on
| p   pull-off
| ~   vibrato
| +   harmonic
| x   Mute note
| b   Bend
| pb  Pre-bend
| br  Bend release
| pbr Pre-bend release
| brb Bend release bend

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lnicolejones 10 Jul 04, 2012 06:56 PM

Actually, the chord he's playing after the G is a C2 or a Cadd9 (whatever you want to call it.) It's 3-3-0-0-0h2-3 and that's the same for the Em7 before the last G in the sequence. Thanks for making a really well explained tab though! :)

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