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Swan Song intro tab

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Led Zeppelin - Swan Song
Jimmy Page


Rare Song Recorded from the Physical Sessions.  Beautiful song Easy to Learn 

any comments ajdiestel@charter.net

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led_zep_1789 111 Jul 25, 2008 09:27 PM

i've learned this song a while ago (this is just the intro to it, ive "learned" the whole thing i guess) and when i play along to the song, it doesnt really sound right if you play it like this. it's too "bassy" if you play it like this. im not sure how to play it the way jimmy page did, but ive seen a youtube video of some kid playing it and it sounds exactly the same but im not sure how he does it. im still experimenting with the DADGAD tuning and i dont know many chords in that particular tuning so im not able to "correct" you or anything. but look for the video of the kid i talked about on youtube and see how he does it, cause in the beginning of the song he starts out in a different position than where your tab says to start out.

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HendrixPagey 10 Apr 29, 2012 01:15 PM

I've listened to the recordings on youtube, and it sounds like he's tuned a half step up, or has a capo on the first fret (which I doubt, because Jimmy was always messing around with alternate tunings and, to my knowledge, has never used a capo on a recording). Anyway, when I tune D#A#D#G#A#D#, it sounds much more accurate.

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