by Led Zeppelin tabs | tabbed by Brian Gelvin
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June 2 2005, 12:00 am by Joekaffy2724 |
wow, u did a good job
June 2 2005, 12:00 am by jingojango |
Awsome tab I was wondering when someone would transcribe it for Guitar.
August 28 2005, 12:00 am by BlackDog420 |
No way man
November 13 2005, 08:34 am by yeoman125 |
hahaha female voice
January 11 2006, 11:11 pm by ........... |
great tab man
January 17 2006, 08:41 pm by Kobain10491 |
if only i had a mandolin
January 17 2006, 08:42 pm by Kobain10491 |
it looks like it would sound great dude
if only i had a mandolin
damnit
January 19 2006, 04:53 pm by Brian Gelvin |
You don't need a Mandolin It's written for Gutiar!
February 22 2007, 09:22 pm by Shifty155 |
This song wasn't meant to be played on guitar, it's to hard D:
June 6 2007, 03:03 pm by aznwarlord |
The so called female voice sounds more like just a Plant voice over. Some spelling errors, but this is a GUITAR tab. So nice job.
+3   August 21 2007, 10:43 pm by lounge act |
It is a woman singing, her name is Sandy Denny.

Great tab by the way 5 stars!
September 1 2007, 05:15 pm by sydvincent |
that isnt a mandolin its a charango, a instrument of latinoamerica
February 8 2008, 06:22 pm by The*Reaper |
It is a mandolin dumbass Jimmy Page doesn't have a charango.
+2   July 27 2008, 10:40 am by heartsandbones |
"Jimmy Page doesn't have a charango"

How could you possible know???

Good tab.
December 20 2008, 09:38 am by TwistedLogic |
I have the song book and was checking to find a simpler, less intricate version of the song to muck around with. You completely took this, even the stuff about "female singer" and "This part is optional and omitted from here on" word for word from the early days greatest hits songbook.
April 4 2009, 09:40 pm by chrissshogarthh |
excellent, i've been looking for tunes i can retab to mandolin, and this is great (y)
+2   April 4 2009, 09:43 pm by chrissshogarthh |
and it is a mandolin in the song.

The tune for this was written by guitarist Jimmy Page at Headley Grange while he was experimenting on the mandolin owned by bassist John Paul Jones.[1][2] As Page explained in 1977:

"Battle of Evermore" was made up on the spot by Robert [Plant] and myself. I just picked up John Paul Jones's mandolin, never having played a mandolin before, and just wrote up the chords and the whole thing in one sitting."

thanks wikipedia (Y)
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