#1
I really want to know all the chords he's playing in this video
Can you guys please help me?

EDIT: It seems like I can't post the link to the YouTube video... If any of you is interested in helping me the video is called "Guild S-100 Polara Demo"
Last edited by sergyu2500 at Oct 1, 2013,
#2
Man damn it I'm sick of guitarists asking for help
If you really love your instrument, figure it out yourself. I never needed help and neither do you. Just sit down, open your ears up nice n wide, and fiddle around on your guitar until you hear the right notes.

Tabs are bad.
Chord charts are bad...kinda...
Ears, though, those are great. Well, really your timpanic membrane and whatnot but I don't remember much of that stuff I learned in psych
#7
The Pit is full of people who don't know what a chord is. Go to the other forums because they know what they're talking about.
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#10
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#11
From what I think I got from watching a couple seconds of the video it starts off like:

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----------------------------------------------
-3/5-x-5-----------3/5-x-5----------------
-3/5-x-5-----5-3--3/5-x-5----------------
-1/3-x-3---3-------1/3-x-3--3/8\6~~~
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#12
a couple things:


it's in drop c# probably. he slides from 3 on the g# string to 5, resolving the c#. the first and third fill in the main riff is 0-6-5 on the c# string, the second is a bend on the 3rd fret on the c# string and a return, and the last fill is /10 8~ on the g# string

that's what the main riff looks like. i haven't touched a guitar so i can't tell i haven't double checked.

i ran it through guitar pro and i was right about everything except the last fill, which i fixed
Last edited by whywefight at Oct 7, 2013,
#13
Those are definitely ukulele chords. Ultimate Guitar has those now so you're in luck.
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#14
Ever heard of listening, TS? It really works if you try.
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#15
Would you guys say that stuff to his face? Just because you're speaking to him on a keyboard doesn't mean it's right to be rude, if you think he should try and learn to learn those chords by ear than say so in a polite manner, as if he were right in front of you.

TS, you asked a serious question in the pit, this question probably belongs in the tab talk section or something.
#16
If doing it by ear doesn't work, just play the secret arpeggio that summons a deceased guitar master to guide you.
#17
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Would you guys say that stuff to his face?

yes
#18
Drop C or C#

I think he's supposed to be in C, but he's a bit sharp.

Riff 1:
d#|----------------------------------------
A#|----------------------------------------
F#|----------------------------------------
C#|----------------------------------------
G#|-3-5---5---5------3-5---5---5-10-8------
C#|-0-0---0---0-6-5--0-0---0---0-----------

d#|----------------------------------------
A#|----------------------------------------
F#|----------------------------------------
C#|----------------------------------------
G#|-3-5---5---5------3-5---5---5-----------
C#|-0-0---0---0-6-5--0-0---0---0---3^-3----


Riff 2:

d#|----------------------------------------
A#|---8-x-7---7-x-5---5-x-7---7-7----------
F#|---7-x-7---7-x-7---7-x-7---7-7----------
C#|-0-0-x-0---0-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
G#|-0-0-x-0---0-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
C#|-0-0-x-0---0-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------

d#|---------------0---0---2---2-2------------
A#|-6---6---8-8-x-3---3-x-3---3-3----------
F#|-5---5---7-7-x-2---2-x-2---2-2----------
C#|-3---3-0-5-5-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
G#|-3---3-0-5-5-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
C#|-3---3-0-5-5-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------

d#|----------------------------------------
A#|---8-x-7---7-x-5---5-x-7---7-7----------
F#|---7-x-7---7-x-7---7-x-7---7-7----------
C#|-0-0-x-0---0-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
G#|-0-0-x-0---0-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
C#|-0-0-x-0---0-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------

d#|---------------0---0---2---2-2------------
A#|-6---6---5-5-x-3---3-x-3---3-3----------
F#|-5---5---4-4-x-2---2-x-2---2-2----------
C#|-3---3-0-2-2-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
G#|-3---3-0-2-2-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------
C#|-3---3-0-2-2-x-0---0-x-0---0-0----------


Have fun.
Last edited by whoomit at Oct 9, 2013,