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Melrose Place Theme Tab

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: dshapiro@sdcc13.ucsd.edu (David Shapiro)
Subject: Re: REQ: Melrose Place theme

In <3fi2vp$jit@ionews.io.org> phronq@io.org (Michael P. Dines) writes:

>I'm looking for tableture for the Melrose Place theme.. I'm planning on 
>suprising my lady-friend (who's a fan of the show) with it sometime soon...

Goes like this:

------------------|---------------------------|-------------
--8\--------------|-----13-15b17b15--13-12-13-|-------------
--9\--------------|---------------------------|-------------
--9\----------5---|-/14-----------------------|-------------
--7\------5-----7-|---------------------------|-------------
------5h7---7-----|---------------------------|-------------

---------------------------------------------------|--------
------13-15-15b17b15-13-12----------------(17b20\)-|--------
---------------------------14b17b14--14H-----------|--------
--/14----------------------------------------------|--------
---------------------------------------------------|--------
---------------------------------------------------|--------

The \ and / are slides up and down, as suggested. The b is my
screwed up notation for bend i.e. 15b17b15 means bend the 15th fret
up a full step, then back down a full step. 14b17b14 is
one-and-a-half steps, etc. The 14H is an artificial harmonic two
octaves above the fundamental. The closing lick is:

--17b19b17--15----------------------------------------------
----------------17-15--------------14-12--------------------
----------------------16\14--12----14-12--------------------
--------------------------------14-------14-14--------------
------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------

The transcription for the 90210 theme will be made available on
request (no, I don't watch Fox all day).

Cheers,

Dave Shapiro
dshapiro@ucsd.edu


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