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Sleep

by The Dandy Warhols
from new album 'Thirteen tales from urban bohemia'

transcribed by Christian Reindel (creindel@gmx.de)
any questions or corrections- e-mail me

A simple but great song with a weird tuning.
You need a tuner. I try to explain.

From normal tuning you tune high - but not 1 Fret
only a half fret.

. . . . . . .
E     !     F 
. . . . . . .
B     !     C 
. . . . . . .
G     !    Gis 
. . . . . . .
D     !    Dis 
. . . . . . .
A     !    Ais 
. . . . . . .
E     !     F

! righ tuning

I hope you understand.
 

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    Em      G      D       A
:|--0-------0------2---------------|
:|--0-------3------3-------2-------|
:|--0-------0------2-------2-------|
:|--2-------0------0-------2-------|
:|--2-------2--------------0-------|
:|--0-------3----------------------|

            
            
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TiddlesTheGiant 26 Dec 27, 2013 09:41 AM

does Ais, Dis and Gis mean that they stay the same?

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Pini-Glock 789 Nov 03, 2016 08:40 AM

No that's a half of a step.

Like in a scheme: A Ab B

The Ab is often called Ais (A#).

In this tuning it means it's a quarter of a step (so not Ais but just the half). Traditional you tune your guitar in 440 Hz, now it's likely 445.

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