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Sprout And The Bean tab

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If your guitar won't do drop tunings like this one very well, you can just stay in 
and tune up your A string to be a B.

A tuning that also works is D standard but the A string stays the same.

I'm a classical guitarist that likes to play pop music so...this is a really hard tab.

the basics of the verse:


A variation on rhythm that's thrown around a lot:


this next part is a good transition back to the beginning of the verse lick:

ie: and I..


the basics of the pre chorus and chorus: .

here's where i get sorta nuts...the interlude into the next chorus

{x} indicate left hand harmonics
x[x] indicate left hand fret, [right hand harmonics]

ie: 4[16] is fretted at the 4th, and plucked at the 16th with the right. open right hand 
have no beginning number.

Basically just play the chord and then the harmonic part.

If i were to call these 6 different measures you would play them in this order: measure 
measure 3, 2, 4, 1, 5, 2, 6

Should we go out side...
Emajor7  C# major7

You can ask the counselor...
E major                    C#major



this part is very difficult. left hand bar the 5th with pinky, right hand index on 17, m 
a are plucking.

notice the second half change to left hand harmonics.


play the verse, prechorus, and chorus all over and then end with:





Some of these chords seem insane, well...they are. like the beginning chord up to the 10 
all played as one chord. And on the 9 9 9 9 16...I sustain the 9's and really stretch 
hit 16.

have fun!


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jomarkdave 52 Mar 02, 2008 05:50 PM

for some reason there's some things that didn't copy in my words...

"If your guitar won't do drop tunings like this one very well, you can just stay in standard and tune up your A string to be a B."

"this order:
measure 1, 3, 2, 4, 1, 5, 2, 6"

"really stretch to hit 16."

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black amendment 86 Nov 21, 2008 07:56 PM

This is great! Boy this will take me a long time to learn though o_0

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Jimmypage100 10 May 21, 2010 10:01 AM

This is crazy! IS there any video of you playing it? I'd love to see it!

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