#1
? i cant find any chords or anything anywhere and the song is kinda all over the place
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#2
I believe all the soloing is done in G minor.
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#5
The whole thing is in G-Minor. The entire song is just an elaboration on the same chord progression. I think its C, Gmin7, C, Gmin7, then I think it's Eb, D. Of course, I'm oversimplifying it greatly.

I've learned a lot of the song, though the solo in the begining is mostly just sustained bends in G-minor pentonic(15th fret). The best way to do it is just to sit down for a few weeks and learn all of it. It'll take a while, but it's a pretty cool song.

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/p/pink_floyd/shine_on_you_crazy_diamond_tab.htm

I used that tab. Practice makes perfect.
Last edited by Ozzwald at Jan 27, 2007,
#6
Everyone who has said G Minor is correct. Also, I kind of want to know how that one guy got A Minor.
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