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Janine Tab

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Doughty uses a fretted G5 for the G, and a fretted F1 for the chorus. Not sure of the absolute
terminology, but here are the corrections below:


    C    Am    F/G    G
e---3-----3-----x-----0-|
B---1-----1-----1-----0-|
G---0-----2-----2-----6-|
D---2-----2-----3-----7-|
A---3-----0-----x-----7-|
E---x-----x-----x-----5-|

then, in the chorus, he uses F as such:

   Am    F
e--3-----1-|
B--1-----1-|
G--2-----2-|
D--2-----3-|
A--0-----3-|
E--x-----1-|

*thanks to myles@virtualmyles.com who did all the work, I just cut and pasted...
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swarmmaster wrote on April 17 2015, 01:14 pm

Unless I'm missing something, this is not a G chord:
G
---0-|
---0-|
---6-|
---7-|
---7-|
---5-|

It's an A as written. If you slide it back two frets to start with the E on fret 3 then I think that's what you're actually looking for here. Other tabs for Janine that I have seen indicate a G for the last bar.

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