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Hard Row Tab

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Tabber: BIG_emu
artist: The Black Keys
Song: Hard Row
Album:Thickfreakness
Released: 4/8/03

this is my first ever tab i had some help from my guitar teacher i don't know the solo
as to yet but i will post an updated version later. any feedback corrections would be
apreciated either e mail me @ b.j.davenport@gmail.com or go to
www.emusrockcity.bravehostcom and click on feedback and reply to the topic called
'Hard Row feedback'


Main Riff
|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|--7--7-5--5-4--4-3--5-|
|--7--7-5--5-4--4-3--5-|
|--5--5-3--3-2--2-1--3-|

riff 1
|------------------------|
|------------------------|
|------------------------|
|------------------------|
|--7-7-x-5-5-x-4-4-x-2-4-|
|--5-5-x-3-3-x-2-2-x-1-3-|

riff 2
|------------------|
|------------------|
|------------------|
|------------------|
|--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-|
|--5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-|
   * * * * * * * *
Bridge
|---------------------|
|--8-5----------------|
|------5-7-7b9--7-5---|
|-------------------7-|
|---------------------|
|---------------------|

main riff (x9)
riff 1 (x1)
riff 2 (x1)
Bridge (x1)
main riff (x5)
riff 1 (x1)
riff 2 (x1)
Bridge (x1)
main riff (x5)
riff 1 (x3)
Bridge (x1)
solo ? (will post at later date)play riff 1 for duration of solo
main riff (x9)
riff 1 (x3)
Bridge (x1)
main riff (x4)
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clockworkorang wrote on September 28 2008, 05:47 pm

I would play the main riff in first position with an A7 (w/the b7 [G note] doubled on the high E) and walking the bass notes down with my thumb, it's the only easy way to keep hearing an A7 in the top like you do on the record. Thanks for the tab though, it is appreciated

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Whip It wrote on October 18 2008, 07:42 pm

The thing's not written out properly - as in I'm not bagging you, don't think that, but it's pretty obvious that the main riff isn't just power chords. On the recording he plays completely differently, sort of like this:

e|-------------------------------0-----------------------------0-------------|
B|-----------------2----2----3---0---------------2----2----3---0-------------|
G|-----------------2----2----2----0h2------------2----2----2----0h2----------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------0----0------------------------0----0-------------------------|
E|--------------------3---32---20-------------------3---32---20--------------|

But good try though, I couldn't figure out how to play this for ages either - I used to play it exactly like you did until I realised that the riff in the verses could all be played in the first three frets.

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WakaWaka wrote on May 12 2009, 08:44 pm

I like to play the fill as:

E|-3-0----------------------|
B|------1-3--3/5-3--1-------|
G|--------------------2--0--|
It's just easier

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