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Summer Romance Anti Gravity Love Song tab

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Date: Thu, 25 May 2000 23:55:08 -0400
From: Robert Seder 
Subject: i/incubus/summer_romance.tab


                               Guitar Tablature for
                     'Summer Romance (Anti-Gravity Love Song)'
                                  by The Incubus

Album Info:
-------------------------------------
 Song:    Summer Romance (Anti-Gravity Love Song)
 Artist:  Incubus
 Album:   S.C.I.E.N.C.E. [ECD]
 Version: Album version
 Sony/Columbia; ASIN: B000002BUY
-------------------------------------

 Transcribed by: Robert Seder [robertcseder@yahoo.com]

This is played with a single 6-string electric guitar with standard
(EADGBE) tuning. I believe this is accurate except for 2 passages at the
end of verses where there are 2 little riffs. Perhaps someone else can tab
them.
This tablature is my own work, it may be distributed freely.

Guitar Setup:
Use the neck pickups to get a warm a sound as you can. Then put it 
through some type of tube overdrive. On a Line6 "Pod" - I used "Tube
Preamp" - then set "Drive" to about 70% and added the compressor.

Playing:
The little riff at the end of Phrase I uses a traditional jazz guitar
playing technique. To play this phrase, use your index and pinky 
(or index and ring) fingers to play the octave notes. Use your index
finger to muffle the string in between. For example: to play an octave
of "D" (10th fret - high E and 7th fret G string). Put your index on 
the 7th fret (G string) let your index finger lay on top of the B string
and put your ring or pinky on the 10th fret and STRUM the G, B and E strings.
You should only hear the 2 fretted notes - and the B string should be 
muffled out. This is a good technique to learn in general - it's used a lot
in modern jazz. The rest of it should be self-explanatory. 

Riff I
E|---------------------|---------------------------------------
B|---------------------|---------------------------------------
G|---------------------|---------------------------------------
D|---------------------|---------------------------------------
A|-2-5--2--0-0-2-------|---2-5--2--0-0-2-----------------------
E|---------------2-2-5-|-----------------3-3-5-----------------

Riff II (only played once at the end of the intro)
E|-7-10-7-----------------------------------------------------
B|--------9---------------------------------------------------
G|----------9-7----------7---7/9-7-7--------------------------
D|--------------9-7--6-9---9----------------------------------
A|------------------------------------------------------------
E|------------------------------------------------------------

Phrase I - This phrase is used through the verses
           and Part II of the chorus
    Bm7
E|--7-----10-/-12-/-14-\-12-\-10-/-12-\-10-\-7----------------
B|--7---------------------------------------------------------
G|--7-----7--/ 9--/ 11-\ 9--\ 7- / 11-\ 7--\ 4----------------
D|--7---------------------------------------------------------
A|--9---------------------------------------------------------
E|--7---------------------------------------------------------

Phrase II - Chorus (Part 1)
    Em7     Dmaj7    A#Dim7    Bm7     Gmaj7
E|--7-------5------------------7-------3----------------------
B|--8-------7--------8---------7-------3----------------------
G|--7-------6--------6---------7-------4----------------------
D|--9-------7--------8---------7-------4----------------------
A|--7-------5--------7---------9-------5----------------------
E|-------------------6---------7-------3----------------------

Phase III
    Gmaj7   F#
E|--3-------2-------------------------------------------------
B|--3-------2-------------------------------------------------
G|--4-------3-------------------------------------------------
D|--4-------4-------------------------------------------------
A|--5-------4-------------------------------------------------
E|--3-------2-------------------------------------------------

            
            
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MuDvAyNeROCK 0 Feb 02, 2002 07:00 PM

great work!!!

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fatmanc 150 Feb 23, 2002 07:00 PM

Exelent job I don't know who the idiot was that gave you a 4 star though. I gave it 5.

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andrewbiles 4,785 Nov 06, 2002 07:00 PM

yeah, I gave this 5 stars as this is basically what my teacher told me what it was, and it sounded virtually exactly right in my lesson.

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