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help with solo to alan jackson song

Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by Kurt R, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. Kurt R

    Kurt R TDPRI Member

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    Hi everyone

    I really like the solos in this song and would like to learn them to incorporate some of the ideas into the rockabilly band I play with.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bpe1Yf-ZTY

    If anyone can help me with the tabs I would be very greatful.

    I'm pretty right with the start of the first solo I would like to know what chord shape he is hitting as he slides up then back down on the chord change.

    Any help at all would be great.

    Thanks again
     
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    thumbpick Tele-Afflicted

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    are you talkin bout the steel
     
  3. Kurt R

    Kurt R TDPRI Member

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    no mate, just the guitar parts. I may be wrong but it sounds like brent mason and i cant figure out the double/triple stops he does
     
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    It sounds like a slide into a G7 at the 10th fret then slides into an inversion at the 12th then slide into an E minor a the 12th fret form the 11th fret a couple of times as per the chords shown below. Not sure how to tab it but that should give you an idea.

    I think she/he then finishes off in the 3rd position slightly pre-bending the 2nd and 3rd strings slightly at the 5th fret then 3rd fret same strings then D string 5th fret back to 5th fret 2nd and 3rd strings, you should be able to muck around and finish it off from there

    E-----10-->--13-----~--12---------------------------
    B-----12-->--15-----~--12----------------------------
    G-----10-->--12-----~--12---------------------------
    D-----12-->--12-----------------------------------
    A--------------------------------------------
    E-------------------------------------------

    steve
     
  6. Kurt R

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    Hey thanks alot steve, These chords and chord inversions really get me. They sound good but I struggle to figure them out myself.

    Wayne 'the train' Hancocks guitarist Eddie Bieble does alot of them too.

    Thanks again mate
     
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