#1
Hey..
Was just wondering, i can't really tab music not gonna lie ahah, but just got ed sheerans no.5 collaboration CD and couldnt find any tabs for it anywhere? if anyone knows where to find any of them or if anyone would be kind enough to tab any of the songs from that album that would be awsome!

Thanks

kozymoore

Links to three of the tracks on the album ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmcXrobSneM - Radio ( ft. JME )
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEzfdYimjYM - Lately ( ft. Devlin)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cicU...feature=related - You ( ft. Wiley )
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtchxVXy8qk - Little lady

...some of them are very hard to hear the guitar ( i think ) as drums over the tops and lyrics....
Last edited by kozymoore at Apr 23, 2011,
#2
posted this in the pit. figured here would be better.

INTRO/VERSE:

Capo 2 (written assuming second fret = 0)

E
B
G-----------|-----------|------------|-------------
D-----5---5-|-----4---4-|------2---2-|-------------
A---2-------|---2---2---|-2h3----3---|----2---2----
E-0-----0---|-0---------|------------|-\3---3------


E----------------|-----------------------|-----------------|---------
B-----7-----7----|-------12------12------|-----5-----5-----|---------
G---7-----7----7-|----12------12------12-|---5-----5----5--|---------
D----------------|-----------------------|-----------------|----%----
A-5-----5----5---|-10------10------10----|-3-----3----3----|---------
E----------------|-----------------------|-----------------|---------

then quick chops of high strings on barre chords:

F#m (at the "7th" fret)
Emaj
Amaj
C#maj


not positive about that middle part. he could be playing the Amaj arpeggio as a D shape on the higher strings, but i figured he was probably just made it a repetitive motion. also not sure if those are the correct notes he uses in the arpeggio ( could be 5-R-3 instead or R-R-3). i can't really hear well on these speakers.
#DTWD
#3
appreciated primusfan! awsome yes i dont think its just your speakers, i thought the guitar was just generally hard to hear...which song is this tab for?

thanks again!
#5
I know he's a big Damien Rice fan, seems the chords for 'Radio' may have been inspired by the song 'Cannonball'
"If you want beef, then bring the ruckus." - Marilyn Monroe
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