inmysleep
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2005
1,510 IQ
#1
Code:

E - --------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------
G---9-----9------9-------9-----9-------------------------
D---7------9-----9------9------9--------------------------
A---9-----0------7------0------7--------------------------
D------------------------9-------7-----------------------
inmysleep
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2005
1,510 IQ
#2
oh i forgot for the first measure strum each chord once
then for the second
strum each 6 and the last chord once. sry if this is confuseing.

i was just stuck after this im not sure what else i should do with it like for a chorus or breakdown im not even sure what key its in lol
biohazardous59
i shot your sherrif
Join date: Dec 2003
98 IQ
#3
im just guessing but it looks like E
straight edge party

hahahahahahahahah........ its an oxymoron

Originally posted by backup and lead
Freelance and by Freelance i mean self employed and by selfemployed i mean im a bum
Egrodyne
Registered User
Join date: Mar 2004
103 IQ
#5
Quote by SilentDeftone
Your progression is:
F#m7
Asus2 or Em7(no3)
E5
Asus2
Asus4


Could be E major.

-SD


That Asus2 is actully Asus4/C#

and the last chord is a "Death" Chord E5/B
Kicks Harder Than A Mule On Crack
Egrodyne
Registered User
Join date: Mar 2004
103 IQ
#7
Quote by SilentDeftone
He's in Drop D.

-SD


A very good point sir!
Kicks Harder Than A Mule On Crack
Pure_Morning
Boo
Join date: Nov 2004
369 IQ
#8
I like it. Fairly simple but sounds nice. E Major and C#minor would work.
SilentDeftone
UG God
Join date: Jul 2003
1,732 IQ
#9
C# minor would require a little bit of a tonality shift, it's very much more in E major than C#m. Particularly with that droned E on the G string.

-SD
punc_roc
UG Newbie
Join date: Oct 2005
166 IQ
#10
....Nice
Quote by sprkidjar
Do you work at Subway, because you just gave me a foot long.


^^^
on chat up lines!
Egrodyne
Registered User
Join date: Mar 2004
103 IQ
#11
Quote by SilentDeftone
He's in Drop D. And , a "death" chord? If he was in standard tuning it would just be an inverted 5th

-SD


Ok, yes i made a mistake but you can stop being a smart arse now, chords have more than one name hence E5 chord with a B bass note which i've seen in plenty of tab boks. Also a "death" chord is just a nickname because the lower strings adds death to powerchord, simple enough concept to grasp
Kicks Harder Than A Mule On Crack
Egrodyne
Registered User
Join date: Mar 2004
103 IQ
#13
Quote by SilentDeftone
I'm full aware that you can name chords with more than one correct name.

-SD


Couldn't resist addin your 2 cents though
Kicks Harder Than A Mule On Crack