#1
I just got back from guitar lessons and am starting to learn the song Snow (Hey Oh) by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I was using This tab, but then my guitar teacher said i could learn it easier by tuning down to eb and playing it by going to a Am, then an F, then a C, then a G. for the intro. (sorry if this is confusing, i dont really know how to explain it). Will people say i am playing it wrong, is it wrong? i dont know. help anyone?
Last edited by ¤TabMaster¤ at Apr 19, 2008,
#3
Same thing happen when learning 'Hey There Delilah'. I leanred the chorded version, then my friend showed me an easier, bar chord version.

It probably will sound the same, but one miht just be more complicated to play than the other.
Quote by Lamont

i once dreamt my wallet was on a helicopter and i chased after it. and eventually i pulled my dick out and lassoed the bottom of the copter and pulled it out of the sky. i woke up screaming
#6
Sorry about the link, i fixed it now. So i will learn the song in standard pitch then. Thnks for the help =]
#9
Quote by Maxx_Pouwer
You can play it as
G# minor, E major, B major, F# major


Uh-hu



|4---0---2---2---|
|4---0---4---2---|
|4---1---4---3---|
|6---2---4---4---|
|6---2---2---4---|
|4---0---2---2---|


Those are the chords in order. Correct me if i'm wrong
#11
Isn't the B-major supposed to be without the E--2 ? (Without the F#)
Doesn't that make it B/F# (B-major with an F# in the bass)? :P
Quote by LazySandman
f

the time has come (lol, get it?)



Gabel istheshit!
(But I is moar shitz!)