Every Rose Has Its Thorn Chords
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Every Rose Has Its Thorn Chords
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August 25 2004, 12:00 am by
hey buddy i think you need to your sting note around cuz right now you have
Eb and it should be Eb with it like this your chords dont l
Bb Ab look so goofy thats all that i see
Gb Db wrong
September 3 2004, 12:00 am by
Dammit, you're right, I did it all backwards. I'll upload a correct one soon.
May 4 2005, 12:00 am by
great tab but instead of playing the C chord you could substitute Cadd9. sounds better IMO you don't have to though. *****
February 26 2006, 03:49 pm by
May 21 2006, 06:20 pm by
I think it sounded perfect with that C instead of Cadd9. This is by far the best tab for this song...
June 8 2006, 11:23 pm by
August 15 2006, 07:30 pm by
Every cowboy sings the same sad song...I think there should be a G6 maybe at the end of that line...doesn't sound right not to have a chord change at the end...
September 8 2006, 11:47 pm by
nice tab man, but no solo? still 5 *****
October 28 2006, 05:14 pm by
November 25 2006, 07:28 pm by
Pretty awesome tab, it worked good for me. The best tab for this song i have ever seen.
April 25 2007, 11:07 am by
It is good, but in bad key. It starts with F#.
May 1 2007, 03:46 pm by
^ Yeah, hence why the chord diagram shows the tuning dropped 1/2 step. Seriously, people, don't make comments without even thinking.
June 6 2007, 06:12 am by
Is there anyone who can tell me the strumming pattern for the chords?
I'm a beginner and I'm not that good in hearing the strumming on records.I'm only struggling with the strumming.
Great tab and great song.
July 19 2007, 10:44 pm by
October 1 2007, 01:06 am by
great tab man but if somone could send me the solo that'd be great
October 17 2007, 06:15 am by
hey guys...is it just me or on the line "Just like every cowboy sings a sad, sad song" instead of the G chord above 'Every' should it be an Em7? just sounds better IMO
December 17 2007, 08:51 pm by
just put it on a key of G for me
G-Cadd9 Em7-D/F# thats wat i think kk nice tab though
January 13 2008, 08:11 pm by
great tab, sounds good and not too hard to play.
February 2 2008, 01:23 pm by
i thought it sounded perfect evenwith the C
February 9 2008, 08:12 pm by
I have just started to learn how to play and with the pro guitar 5 this was an easy tab, great job thanks...
March 23 2008, 11:14 pm by
April 27 2008, 09:40 am by
whats the strum pattern?
May 14 2008, 05:18 pm by
someone gotta get to posting the solo
June 28 2008, 05:47 pm by
It's perfect if you watch Bret play this song he will be first to admit he only knows 5 chords. G / C9 / Em / D / C
July 7 2008, 07:55 pm by
whats the strum pattern for this?
July 16 2008, 08:07 pm by
this pretty good. 5* what is the strum pattern though?
July 22 2008, 07:49 pm by
the timing of the single chords are right but there are more than jus 2 chords per line
November 13 2008, 05:19 am by
i have 2 type of strumming patterns that might work. i was told this but i cant really get patterns by listening to it. but here are 2 different patterns i know 1. DD/DUDU/UD and the other one you can try is 2. D/UD/UD/DUDUD (on the last downstrum you switch to the Cadd9 chord then repeat) hope this helps
November 13 2008, 05:24 am by
also there is a video of him playing it. on the part "though i tried, but i guess thats why they say" he plays Cadd9 so it would go....(D) though i tried not to hurt you, though i tried (Cadd9)but i guess thats...
November 30 2008, 08:47 pm by
working on the strum pattern, feels kinda right, great tab reguardless
January 1 2009, 02:12 pm by
i thought the chord g chord was
January 6 2009, 06:33 pm by
- 07:30 pm] by Amberkings:| -1 vote up vote down
"Every cowboy sings the same sad song...I think there should be a G6 maybe at the end of that line...doesn't sound right not to have a chord change at the end... "
I'm also almost positive there is a chord change at the end of this...Play along or listen to the song and you will find that if you just hit G on the word "song", it should work fine, or even if you hit a G6, that would probably also work well. Also, I find that this song sounds better if, instead of playing Cadd9, you play a C and add the 5th on the top string, which I find gives it a really nice ring. The chord is x32013, bottom to top. Thanks for the tab, though, easy to play but sounds great!
February 21 2009, 05:40 pm by
wats thhe strumming pattern??
March 4 2009, 06:40 pm by
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March 4 2009, 07:00 pm by
REAL TO REEL
this is not in standard tuning although i learned it in G also and all you have to do is tune your guitar to the G,it is a C chord that is used,and i find for the part, Though it's been awhile now, use bar chord E,D,C,G,F#, And these are also used for the solo,but when you come out of solo you end on the C and go to G,the end of the song goes as follows,
March 4 2009, 11:02 pm by
REAL TO REEL
Footnote to the strumming,the first up seems to be played only on the opening,and you'll only play the E,A,D strings in the first 3 strokes before a whole chord strum for the first couple of bars, then switch to whole chord strumming, you'll hear the change to whole chord strumming,just play along,it's kind of hard to count how many ups and downs in the throws of playing, it's just a natural feel,i guess thats why you play by ear to learn how and when to make the changes,I hope this helps in some way good luck,have fun
March 8 2009, 12:07 pm by
REAL TO REEL, the ending sounds good but wouldnt it be a G, not a G7?
April 22 2009, 10:41 am by
May 23 2011, 03:11 am by
Transpose it ½ steps down and it's correct.
June 3 2011, 09:04 pm by
on the part "Every rose has its thorn" what i do is;
G D C
Every rose has its thorn
and for the "Every cowboy sings a sad, sad song" i go;
Em D C G
Every cowboy sings a sad, sad song
Just think you should try it, maybe change it if you like it.
August 22 2011, 01:06 pm by
i put capo on the 1st fret
it didn't sound too bad and it's easier to sing cause then it won't go so low on some parts
December 13 2011, 09:56 pm by
For a strum pattern, I do DDUUDUDU then start over again for the next chord. That's for the verse, and part of the chorus.
The rest of the song (the faster parts) is somewhat self-explanatory. You just speed it up, but still go with the rythym of the song.
Hope that helps!
May 28 2012, 09:34 am by
Don't forget to mention that it's tuned Half a step down! :D
July 28 2012, 12:08 pm by
it;s in guitar world sept issue
August 7 2012, 12:36 pm by
Not quite sure how this got a 5 rating. It's not bad but needs work.
There is an entire second solo section missing after the real bridge and before verse 3. These are the chords
What is called the bridge and solo is actually just the first solo. The so called chorus before verse three is the actual bridge.
There is a different strumming pattern coming out of the second solo that goes like this UDU D. Listen to the song for the timing. The following chord structure follows the pattern with a chord change and hold for sustain on the fourth down strum GGG Cadd9 Cadd9Cadd9Cadd9 G GGG Cadd9 Cadd9Cadd9Cadd9 G right into verse 3.
And try this at the end of the last chorus pick open E(6) G(6) C(5) open D(4) open E(6) and then strum the G chord.
Sorry I don't have the solo yet. I'll do it eventually and post a tab for it.
February 26 2013, 05:42 pm by
yes, it sounds better with the D on Rose
March 22 2013, 10:16 pm by
You did a hell of a job! I love this song...
April 16 2013, 03:28 pm by
I like what you did. I enjoy playing it and it sounds good.
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