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Song: Either Way
Band: The Twang
Album: Love It When I Feel Like This
Tabbed By: niallUK

This isnt full version but it is all i have so far, I think it's a brilliant song and 
trying to work out some more songs, please post a tab if you know it.

Tuning: EADGBe

INTRO

e|-----------------------------------------------------7----|
B|--------------------------------------------------------8-|
G|--------------------7--7-----------------------7--7-------|
D|--0--7--0--7--4--5-----------0--7--0--7--4--5-------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------|

e|-------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------(8)-(7)----|
G|--------------------7--7-----------------------7-------------|
D|--0--7--0--7--4--5-----------0--7--0--7--4--5-------------(9)|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------|
(The bits in brackets are played on piano i think, but they sound good on guitar too)

Then this is played, let's call it Riff 1:
e|----------------------------------|
B|------3-----3---3-----3-----3---3-|
G|----2-----2---2-----0-----0---0---|
D|--0-----0---------0-----0---------|
A|----------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------|

This is repeated I don;t know how many times and then it goes back to the intro riff 
the verse. Then it goes back to riff 1 in the chorus, then the intro riff in the second 
Then riff 1 in the chorus and there's this bit after the second chorus, we'll call it riff 2:

(i really do feel so much better...)
e|-----------------|
B|----4-----4---4--|
G|--5-----5---5----|    play x8
D|-----------------|
A|-----------------|
E|-----------------|

then back to riff 1 for chorus 3 and then riff 2

I haven't worked out the outro bit yet but there you go!
Sorry it's a bit all over the place I haven't really done it properly, you'll have to 
out how many times each riff is played yourself but it's my first try so enjoy!!!  (:

            
            
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Chris-1991 10 Jun 27, 2009 03:55 PM

Couple of things I've found.
playing a 5 on A-string instead of 0-7-0-7 makes it sound smoother and lets it ring out.
and instead of 7 on e and then 8 on B, play harmonics at 12 on B and G. sounds cooler.
but pretty cool otherwise :)

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Chris-1991 10 Jun 27, 2009 03:55 PM

Couple of things I've found.
playing a 5 on A-string instead of 0-7-0-7 makes it sound smoother and lets it ring out.
and instead of 7 on e and then 8 on B, play harmonics at 12 on B and G. sounds cooler.
but pretty cool otherwise :)

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