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Can somebody help me finish tabbing this out for guitar?

Asked by pplufthesun (607points) September 14th, 2009

The thing I am tabbing out is this scene from House. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smI2wJTfnDQ) I just need to do 00:10–00:12. and 00:23–00:27. The rest I have already figured out and I am 100% sure it is correct. If anybody could figure out the rest that would be incredibly helpful. I am assuming that some of the parts don’t match up with his hands because the part at the 10s mark comes again around 16s or 17s and is at a different location. I know this could be done, though I don’t know why it would change.

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Jack79's avatar

looks easy but I don’t have sound on the laptop and you can’t visually see what he’s playing

if nobody else answers, come back in a few days when I’ll have access to a computer with speakers.

Kiev749's avatar

have you been to ultimateguitar.com ? do a a search for it there and i’m all most 100% sure they have it there

Axemusica's avatar

Why? lol, it sounds horrible. Hopefully you plan to improve it, but I wouldn’t want to play it.

Jack79's avatar

Sorry it took me so long to get back, been travelling all this time and only got home this morning.

So, at 10sec he’s just playing the fourth. On my guitar the song seems to be in F, he’s just strumming a Bb and then goes back to F.

At 23 he plays FF G#, though I can’t figure out which G# it is by the way he’s holding the guitar, my guess is that the song is playback and the actor is hitting the wrong notes there (visually). And right after that single notes: F C A Bb B.

btw my guitar might be out of tune and the whole thing could be on E (which makes more sense for a blues song)

So E A E at 10’’
EE G at 23’’ and then E BG# ABb.

Hope it helps :)

Rock2's avatar

The youtube video is blocked.

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