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Taps tab

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Alright, here's an alternative and easy way to play Taps that I created myself. All of 
notes are played on an open string, so it's easy for beginners, and it also uses five 
strings, which can help develop the technique of moving between strings.

Standard tuning, all downstrumming.

0 = note (open string)
~ = sustain (let the note play)

e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------0~~~~~~----0~---0~---0~~~~-|
D|------0~~~~~~-----0~~~~~~---0----------0----0----0------|
A|-----0-----------0---------0----------0----0----0-------|
E|----0-----------0---------------------------------------|

e|---------------------------------------------------------|
B|------0~~~~~---------------------------------------------|
G|-----0--------0~~~~~~~~~---------------------------------|
D|----0------------0~~~~~~-------00~~~~~~~-----------------|
A|--------------------0~~~-----0---------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------|

Audio: http://omegagateway.com/ogfiles/users/90/taps.mp3

Notes:
-Instead of playing on an open B string, you can try playing it on the first fret of the 
string. I chose B because it sounds better.

-The last note can either be a G or D open string. Again, I chose D because it sounds better.
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ericnorcross 209 Sep 27, 2009 04:37 PM

I feel this is somewhat lazy... and it doesn't sound right.

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