#1
Hi,

there was this performance back in 1992, when REm and U2 together played the song "One" by U2.

You can find it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atXP4zcKKxE

I tried to figure out the chords, but was unable to. The normal chords are something like Am Dsus2 Fmaj7 G. It seems that the guitar Mike Mills plays i tuned down one full step. But when I look at his fingers he seems to play something different.

Can anyone have a look at it and give me a hint?

Any help would be appreciated!

Thank you very much in advance
Bye, Scapin
#2
Quote by SunRay
You're right. The REM Version sound in Bb-Major with the original chord structure. Probably due Mike's singing voice. It's ||: Gm | Cadd9 | Eb(7M) | Fsus4 :|| for the Verse and ||: Bb | Gm | Eb | Bb :|| for the Chorus. Tuning down a full step is only one opportunity to play this song. Then it's obviously ||: Am | Dadd9 | F7M | G4/6 :||

G4/6: ( 0 1 0 0 2 3 )


Hi, that souds good. But even better if I play the G chords as (0 0 0 0 2 3) (with empty B string). But anyways I cant figure out the hammer-ons/pull-offs in the song. Do you have any idea? That would be great...! BTW: Th Ovation guitar Mike plays gives the song the perfect sound... I should go and save some money for it