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Saro Tab

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Artist:  Sam Amidon
Song: 	 Saro
Album: 	 All Is Well
Website: http://www.samamidon.com/
Tabbed:  Sam Powell

Tuning:  Standard (Capo 3rd fret)


About:
This is one of my favourite songs by Sam, and after about 4 years 
I grew tired of there being no tabs for it. There are plenty of 
videos online for you guys to get an idea of the chord patterns etc.

I play this on a nylon string and it sounds fine, so here goes...


	
	    Main Progression	            Secondary

e-|----0--------3---------0-------0----|----2--------3----|
B-|----3------0h1---------3-------3----|----3--------3----|
G-|----0------0-0---------0-------0----|----2--------2----|
D-|----0------0h2---------0-------0----|----0--------0----|
A-|----3--------0-------0h2-------3----|----0------0h2----|
E-|------------------------------------|------------------|



For the closing part I pick the first chord, then switch to a plain
old downward strumming pattern for the final 3 chords. Remember to 
hold that last one!


		    Closing

e-|----0--------0---0---0-------0-------0----|
B-|----3--------1->-3-<-1-------3-------3----|
G-|----0--------0---0---0-------0-------0----|
D-|----0--------2->-4-<-2-------0-------0----|
A-|----3--------0---0---0-------2-------3----|
E-|------------------------------------------|


Note:
Sam plays this differently on almost each performance I've seen,
often using his pinky to hit the 3rd fret on the high e string.
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