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rbrockma@udecc.engr.udayton.edu (Robert A Brockman (F))

Rearview Mirror
Pearl Jam (Vs)


Transcribed by:
Bob Brockman (brockman@udavxb.oca.udayton.edu)Intro riff:

    A
e|-------------------|
B|-------------------|
G|-------------------|
D|-------------------|
A|------5---5-7------|
E|--5-5---5-----0-0--|

Verse:

    A5                    B5                    A5
e|-------------------| |-------------------| |-------------------|
B|-------------------| |-------------------| |-------------------|
G|-------------------| |-------------------| |-------------------|
D|-------------------| |-------------------| |-------------------|
A|------5---5-7------| |------7---7-9------| |------5---5-7------|
E|--5-5---5-----0-0--| |--7-7---7-----0-0--| |--5-5---5-----0-0--|

 |<---- 4 times ---->| |<---- 8 times ---->| |<---- 4 times ---->|


Next, power chords (2 bars each), as follows:

Bm  G  F#m  G
Bm  G  F#m  G  A

2nd Verse pretty much the same.

After that, all power chords, but alternating between:

Bm  A
Bm  G  F#m  G

That's it.  Enjoy.

            
            
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Nice_Boys 30 Feb 06, 2004 07:00 PM

solo?

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Ebriscombe 101 Jun 21, 2006 08:08 AM

it says f#m power chords, how do you play a minor power chord when a power chord contains only the root the 3rd and the 5th?

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