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Pride And Joy Bass Tab

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"PRIDE AND JOY"
BY STEVIE RAY VAUGHN
TABBED BY FRANKMAN      tuning is a 1/2 step down


[Intro]

Gb-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Db---------------------------------7-5-4---7-5-4-------------------|
Ab-7-5-4---7-5-4---7-5-4---7-5-4---------7-------7-7-5-4---7-5-4---|
Eb-------7-------7-------7-------7-----------------------7-------7-|

Gb---------------------------------|
Db-------6-7---------6-7-8-9-7-8-9-|
Ab---6-9-----4-5-6-7---------------|
Eb-7-------------------------------|


[VERSE AND CHORUS]

Gb-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Db---------------------------------------4-7-----------------------|
Ab-7-5-4---7-----4-7-5-4---7-----4---4-7-----4-5-6-7-----4-7-5-4---|
Eb-------7---4-7---------7---4-7---5-----------------4-7---------4-|

Gb-------------------------------------------------------------------|
Db-------6-7---------6-7-8-9-7-8-9---------------------------4-5-6-7-|
Ab---6-9-----4-5-6-7---------------7-----4-7-5-4---7-----4-7---------|
Eb-7---------------------------------4-7---------7---4-7-------------|

Gb---------------------------------------------------------------|
Db-----4-7-----------------6-7-8-9-----6-7---------6-7-8-9-7-8-9-|
Ab-4-7-----4-5-6-7-----4-7---------6-9-----4-5-6-7---------------|
Eb-----------------4-7-------------------------------------------|

Gb-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Db---------------------4-5-6-7-----4-7-----------------6-7-8-9-----|
Ab-5^7-R-5^7-R-5^7-R-7---------4-7-----4-5-6-7-----4-7---------6-9-|
Eb---------------------------------------------4-7-----------------|

Gb---------------------------|
Db-6-7---------6-7-8-9-7-8-9-|
Ab-----4-5-6-7---------------|
Eb---------------------------|


[GUITAR SOLO]

Gb-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Db----66-77-88-99-11,11-12,12-13,13-14,14-12,12-11,11-99-------------------|
Ab-77----------------------------------------------------77-55-44----------|
Eb----------------------------------------------------------------77-55-33-|

Gb-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Db----------------------------------66-77-88-99-------66-77-------------66-|
Ab----------44-55-66-77-------44-77-------------66-99-------44-55-66-77----|
Eb-22-00-55-------------44-77----------------------------------------------|

Gb-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Db-77-88-9-7-8-9---------------------------------7-----4-7-----------------|
Ab---------------7-5-4---7-----4-7-5-4---7-----4---4-7-----4-5-6-7-----4-7-|
Eb---------------------7---4-7---------7---4-7---------------------4-7-----|

Gb---------------------------------------|
Db-6-7-8-9-----6-7---------6-7-8-9-7-8-9-|
Ab---------6-9-----4-5-6-7---------------|
Eb---------------------------------------|


[VERSE/CHORUS]

Gb---------------------------------------------------------------------|
Db---------------------------------------------6-7-8-9-----6-7---------|
Ab-5^7-R-5^7-R-5^7-R-----------4-5-6-7-----4-7---------6-9-----4-5-6-7-|
Eb-------------------5-3-2-0-5---------4-7-----------------------------|

Gb---------------|
Db-6-7-8-9-7-8-9-|
Ab---------------|
Eb---------------|
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grungerawker 121 wrote on December 30 2004, 12:00 am

seems wrong. The bass line is the same as the walking bassline on the guitar. watch the live at montreux and see.

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Sp00nman94 257 wrote on July 16 2008, 07:44 pm

i think this one is good

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Dentless Dave 123 wrote on August 30 2010, 01:28 pm

No, Grungerawker. Train your ears a little better. The bass does its own blues scale walk. This tab is correct. Go back and watch the Montreux concert again and pay attention. You'll see what I'm talking about.

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