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play with capo on 6th fret

it's easy to play once you get the timing right
with capo on 6th fret, this is how John plays it!
Just hold the chords Em, G, A2 and C ond pluck the required strings
just pluck  the right strings

This is the main part of the verses
Dont forget -STANDARD TUNING WITH CAPO ON 6TH


   EM                 G                A2                C
E|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|------------0----|
B|-----------------|-----------------|------------0----|-----------------|
G|------------0----|------------0----|------2----------|------0----------|
D|------2----------|------0----------|-----------------|-----------------|
A|-----------------|-----------------|--0---0---0---0--|--3---3---3---3--|
E|--0---0---0---0--|--3---3---3---3--|-----------------|-----------------|


THIS IS THE ALTERNATIVE SECOND PART OF THE VERSE

   EM                 G                A2                C
E|------2-----0----|-----------------|-----------------|------------0----|
B|-----------------|------3-----0----|-----------------|-----------------|
G|-----------------|-----------------|------2-----0----|-----------------|
D|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|------2-----0----|
A|-----------------|-----------------|--0---0---0---0--|--3---3---3---3--|
E|--0---0---0---0--|--3---3---3---3--|-----------------|-----------------|


THE CHORDS FOR THE CHORUS ARE

C            G       A2
Slow Cheetah come before my forest.


the chords stay the same throughout the chorus
Just use your ear to hear the variations!
Enjoy! this sounds awesome and exactly  like the song when you get it right
because the strings have a nicer tone and ring through with the Capo.

If you don't have a capo, then stick with the other tabs.
Cheers Tbone





            
            
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duffmansweenie 54 May 23, 2006 03:55 PM

5 stars dude, perfect

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WrathofKahn 30 May 23, 2006 07:01 PM

I dunno if this is really how John plays it, but that's not important. This sounds perfect.

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tbonekelly 71 May 24, 2006 12:54 AM

yeah i must say i don't know for a fact that this is how John plays it, but i'm pretty confident he does. it's just the tonal value of the higher strings, they might be the same notes but they sound brighter when played open on a capo than just fingered. It's the samewith Breakin' capo on 4th fret using E chord and Under the bridge intro capo on 2nd fret using C chord. Thanks for the feedback people. Tbone

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