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Now its on TAB

Postby __redruM on Tue May 06, 2008 1:44 am

Anyone know what cords are played under the solo on "Now it's on". All the "TAB" sites have it as two cords, but I think I hear 3. The TAB site that sounded the closest had:
A(577655) E(022100)

The part I'm interested in is at 1:26 and 3:03
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby Sikotik on Tue May 06, 2008 2:41 am

Nah its just A and E.
The 'third' one is a different guitar layer.
Acoustic, I think, but I just gave it a quick listen.
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby __redruM on Wed May 07, 2008 1:09 am

Sikotik wrote:Nah its just A and E.
The 'third' one is a different guitar layer.
Acoustic, I think, but I just gave it a quick listen.


The chorus is definately A and E, but I'm talking about under the solo. I have been watching every version of "Now it's on" live that I can find, and naturally during the solo, the camera focuses in on the solo. But on some british show, I see Jason go from A(577655) to some power chord like 688XXX or 799XXX then 022100. Does anyone know where Letterman 2003 now it's on.
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby campershell dreams on Wed May 07, 2008 2:40 am

if you plan on asking me for a copy of jason lytle's soon-to-be released ablum, don't waste your time. not gonna happen! have a nice day.
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby Chrisjob on Wed May 07, 2008 11:23 am

redrum is right

In the Letterman video, Jason alternates between the E (079997) and an Emaj7 (079897) or even (069897).

An acoustic does the same thing on the album version during the first solo (whose jangli-ness may mean its actually an first position D (xx0232) to Dmaj7 (xx0222) with a capo on 2) and an electric guitar does in it in the right speaker during the outro.
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby __redruM on Thu May 08, 2008 2:06 am

Chrisjob wrote:redrum is right

I've played around a litte more and found that the following 2 sound close:
A(577655) x8
F#(244322) x4
E(022100) X4

A5(X022XX) or (577XXX)
F#5(244XXX)
E5(022XXX)

But I've only been playing for a few months, so my guess is fairly rough. And it sounds close, but not 100%. I've also seen F# Bb C# E and if I pick the right versions of these, I hear posibilities. But I'd love a definitive answer. It'd be worth a $20 donation to Emmett.

This is one of my favorite cord progressions. And there's certainly a finite number of cord progression over which you can sing wee-hew and make it stick.
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby campershell dreams on Thu May 08, 2008 7:48 am

when i start playing guitar, are all these letters and numbers going to make any sense?
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby brassman2000 on Thu May 08, 2008 10:18 am

Yeah the letters are the chord names and the numbers in brackets are the frets you hold down to play that chord (or a version of that chord).

My well trained musicians ear tells me, and my guitar will confirm this, that the chords are A E Emaj7 E. No doubt whatsoever (Setting myself up here). Thats how I've always played it anyway, doesn't really matter which configuration of Emaj7 you use, the sound that draws us in is the clash between the E and the D# in the Emaj7 chord. I prefer to play A(577655) E(779997) Emaj7(779890) but whats the point of playing guitar if you can't play around and do things your own way?

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An acoustic does the same thing on the album version during the first solo (whose jangli-ness may mean its actually an first position D (xx0232) to Dmaj7 (xx0222) with a capo on 2) and an electric guitar does in it in the right speaker during the outro.


Having had a play around that is magic, sounds perfect especially with the capo G (Sounds A) (320003)
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby __redruM on Fri May 09, 2008 2:52 am

brassman2000 wrote:My well trained musicians ear tells me, and my guitar will confirm this, that the chords are A E Emaj7 E. No doubt whatsoever (Setting myself up here).


OK now we're getting somewhere. And it sounds pretty darn close even up at the end as:
A(X02220) X 8
E(022100) X 3
PAUSE X 1
E7(021100) X3
E (022100) X 1
Repeat

So to make it "definitive" is my count right?
And while your "trained" ears are available, in Natural Anthem what cord is played over "I wanna swim in the river and lie in the sun" I've seen it tabbed as Bm and E, and E was the consenses last time I asked.
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Re: Now its on TAB

Postby brassman2000 on Fri May 09, 2008 2:38 pm

Yeah I reckon your count is right. Loving the pause!

Ok, I hadn't really listened to Nature Anthem much and I think in my mind I heard a minor chord as well but having listened to both of the versions I have I don't think there is one there at all.

The chords are:

A ___
D ___
E7___
A _E7_

repeat over and over again until people you live with/neighbours ask you to stop.

Hope that helps. I think that some chords are being suggested by the pitch of the bass drum/bass which is what causes the confusion. :)
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