#1
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/j/john_mayer/why_georgia_ver3_tab.htm

The part with "REPEAT" at the end of all the lines.

------------------------------------------- r
-----3-----3---------3-------3--------3---- e
-----4-----2---------2-------2--------2h4-- p
-----2-----2h5p3-----2h5-----2--X--2--2---- e
--3-----3---------3-------3-----X---------- a
------------------------------------------- t


looks retarded when u copy and paste but yeah that part.
#5
uhhh....i dont get it. the last hammer on is leading to the same chord as the first, so why is it so hard to repeat?
...Nothing you've ever...
...Planned on ever turned out...
...The way you planned...


...You're still disappointing them...
#6
Use "
"to preserve the format of text like tabs.

------------------------------------------- r
-----3-----3---------3-------3--------3---- e
-----4-----2---------2-------2--------2h4-- p
-----2-----2h5p3-----2h5-----2--X--2--2---- e
--3-----3---------3-------3-----X---------- a
------------------------------------------- t


I guess barre second fret with your index, middle on 5th string 3rd fret, ring on 2nd string 3rd fret, and pinky on 4th stringto hammer-on/pull-of?
#7
That's a crazy tab.

Im learning why georgia also. i always get to that part then i give up.
#8
wow, that is pretty difficult. Oh well, It will just take a bit of practice then
But there's no sense crying over every mistake, you just keep on trying till you run out of cake.

#9
That tab is slightly incorrect. You pull-off to the 2nd fret, not the 3rd on that second beat. And on that muted beat, you actually slap the strings with your thumb. This is also played fingerstyle if you weren't already playing it that way. But like Negative Burn said, you barre the 2nd fret with first finger, middle finger on A string, ring finger on B string, and pinky plays the hammer-ons and stuff. Once you get the "feel" of the song down, this part is not that bad. Try playing Neon
#11
the tab is wrong. never forget the consider that.
once i found out the tab was wrong, that song became one of the easiest i've ever learned
Anyone who thinks that music these days is dead doesn't listen to enough music.