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Cowboy Bebop - Forever Broke tab

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Forever Broke
 Cowboy Bebop
  Tabbed by SJ (kirei_008@hotmail.com)
Drop D Tuning
 b= bend        Notes in Parenthesis () are what you
 r= return      bend the note to, or what you start on 
                from a slide; basically, its not a note 
                that you actually play by picking the string.





-0-(2)s3-- ×6 (play in sets of 2)





------- -----------4--------------  
------- -------------4------------  
------- ---------------4---4------  
-0-2s3- -HARMONICS-------4-------- Note: To play this, simply
-0-2s3- -------------------------- put your finger, very lightly, 
-0-2s3- -------------------------- exactly on the 4th fret, and then
	   			   when you pluck the string, gently pull
				   your finger off the fret.





  Note About Stuff that is past the "/'s"
     These notes are kind of optional because 
     they are played very, very softly in the song.

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Free to Guitar 41 Nov 28, 2007 08:09 PM

Pretty good tab but I'm sure the original song was played with a slide. You can hear the fretboard/string scratches in
the background, with glissando(sliding between notes) throughout. Probably in an open tuning.

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Pharaun666pl 50 Apr 03, 2009 05:10 AM

Nice TAB, but it should be played in Open D tuning. Anyway, it's nice piece of country-like sliding. ^^

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Colonel Gathers 43 Feb 25, 2013 12:32 PM

Definitely a slide piece, but yeah I think it's in an open tuning

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