#2
dude, it's like one chord, isnt it? i listened to the first half a minute or so, just to remind myself of it. im sure you can work it out by ear, if there isnt a tab up. which, would surprise me, with it being electric avenue.
#3
Quote by voodoochild23
dude, it's like one chord, isnt it? i listened to the first half a minute or so, just to remind myself of it. im sure you can work it out by ear, if there isnt a tab up. which, would surprise me, with it being electric avenue.

Well, the synth and stuff too.
#4
I think there are two chords in it. I have been struggling to find the correct way to play it also .
#5
Quote by rmckee22
I think there are two chords in it. I have been struggling to find the correct way to play it also .

It is 2 chords a and d
Strike the a twice and then push beat with the d and it repeats
The piano part for guitar starts and d string 7 fret to 5 the to 7 then g string 7,6,4 then 7 on the d string to finish the riff and that repeats hope u understand