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Old 11-12-2006, 12:35 PM   #1
rockthesmurf
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Default 9 Crimes Guitar Tab

As this is a song originally for piano, any guitar tab can just be an approximation, the chords are:

Am add9
F add9
C
G add9


My prefered way to play the appegio's is as follows (it allows for the notes to ring out):


e|---------|---------|-------0-|---------|
B|-------1-|---------|-----1---|---------|
G|-----4---|-------0-|---0-----|-------2-|
D|---2-----|-----3---|---------|-----5---|
A|-0-------|---3-----|-3-------|---5-----|
E|---------|-1-------|---------|-3-------|


But if a couple of those stretches just make your hand plain hurt, an alternative way to play it is:


e|---------|---------|-------0-|---------|
B|-----0-1-|---------|-----1---|---------|
G|---------|-------0-|---0-----|-----0-2-|
D|---2-----|-----3---|---------|---0-----|
A|-0-------|---3-----|-3-------|---------|
E|---------|-1-------|---------|-3-------|


There isn't really any more to it, at certain points in the song a couple of notes are missed off the end of the sequence, if you want to see exactly where which notes are missed of then take a look at my sheet music version of this song.

Oh, there could be a neater way to play this by using a capo, but I can't find my capo right now so can't experiment around to find out .

Steve
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