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Love Rollercoaster intro tab

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"Love Rollercoaster" by The Ohio Players, 1975

Intro, main riff
tabbed by Freshy Fresh Fresh

The '....' stuff represents somewhat complicated rhythms that you can 
figure out yourself. All the tabs I've seen for this song forget to 
include the add9 chords that the guitarist uses as a subtle accent to 
the riff, so I made this tab!

riff I:

e ---8---------6-8-6------7-----------5-------6-------8-----|
b ---8---....--6-6-6------5--...------5--..---6--..---8-----|
g ---9---------7-7-7------6-----------6-------7-------9-----| repeat bar once
d ---10--------8-8-8------7-----------7-------8-------10----|
a ----------------------------------------------------------|
e ----------------------------------------------------------|
     C     Bb,Bbadd9,Bb   Aadd9       A       Bb      C

riff II:

e ---8---------6------5-----------5-------6-------8------|
b ---8---....--6-..---5--...------5--..---6--..---8------|
g ---9---------7------6-----------6-------7-------9------|    go back to II
d ---10--------8------7-----------7-------8-------10-----|
a -------------------------------------------------------|
e -------------------------------------------------------|
     C         Bb     A           A       Bb      C

The guitarist varies between I and II depending on his mood, but the 
idea to keep is that there are two distinct main riffs in this song.

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theocao 40 Jun 11, 2008 08:25 PM

Hmm seems better then the other tabs:D

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gabejones28 10 May 04, 2016 02:10 PM

"...the idea to keep is that there are two distinct main riffs in this song."

And the second riff is actually in G9 (w/ some variations on a G7 and Gsus4), and more of a quarter-note rock feel.

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