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Susie Q bass

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"Susie Q" by the Creedence Clearwater Revival.  Studio Version.
Transcribed by FMW3.  To be played with fingers full of funk.

       (part 1)              Oh, Susie Q...   5x
G|---||---------------------9-----7-------------||
D|---||*-----------------------9-----9--7------*||
A|---||*--7--7--------5--7-----------------10--*||
E|---||---------7--7----------------------------||

 (part 2)  baby I love you, Susie Q
G|---------------------------------------|
D|---7--7--------7--5--0--5/9--7---------|
A|---------7--7-------------------10--9--|
E|---------------------------------------|

       (part 1)                               5x
G|---||---------------------9-----7-------------||
D|---||*-----------------------9-----9--7------*||
A|---||*--7--7--------5--7-----------------10--*||
E|---||---------7--7----------------------------||

  (variation of part 1)
G|---------------------9-----7-----7--9--|
D|------------------------9-----9--------|
A|---7--7--------5--7--------------------|
E|---------7--7--------------------------|

  (another variation of part 1)
G|------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------|
A|---7--7--------5--7-----------5--7--|
E|---------7--7--------4--5--7--------|

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| /  Slide up
| *  

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NOTES:  I have transcribed the core of the bassline for this song.
The song is essentially made up of parts 1 and 2 of my transcription.
Stu Cook makes many variations on these 2 parts within the song (he is
a damn fine bassist).  I have given you 2 of the variations he makes of
part 1 so you can get an idea of what goes on during the song.  I did
not bohter giving you all the variations because: 1.  it would take too
much time,  2. it would take many pages of tab to cover them all, and
3.  you should focus more energy on creating your own variations to
give the song your own personal twist...after all, you are not Stu Cook,
you are yourself.  Please E mail me if you have any questions, comments,
corrections, or requests.  I am at XAQK88A@prodigy.com.  Thanx.

            
            
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