#1
heres the tabs

e0 e2 e4 e4 e5
b0 b4 b5 b4 b5
g1 g4 g6 g5 g6
d2 d4 d6 d6 d7
a2 a2 a4 a6 a7
e0 e2 e4 e4 e5 then it does the same thing but then starting from the end to the e chord
Last edited by phizz.ed at Aug 5, 2008,
#2
do you mean wat key?
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#4
...you should probably tab this out or something.
there's more than one barre chord on guitar, so your terminology isn't really going to get you anywhere
#5
Quote by phoenix_88
...you should probably tab this out or something.
there's more than one barre chord on guitar, so your terminology isn't really going to get you anywhere

the b is a regular b, the "a" is on the 4th fret so is the "d", and the last one is like the a"" but in the 6th fret
#7
Quote by phizz.ed
the "a" is on the 4th fret so is the "d"

syntax error. does not compute.

i think you mean G# and C#, in which case, it is probably E Major, but I don't know what the last chord is, and it's still kinda hard to figure out what you're playing.
#8
If I am understanding this notation, it's C# minor. Although I'd strongly recommend that you learn some theory to understand this on your own.
#9
Quote by phizz.ed
heres the tabs

e0 e2 e4 e4 e5
b0 b4 b5 b4 b5
g1 g4 g6 g5 g6
d2 d4 d6 d6 d7
a2 a2 a4 a6 a7
e0 e2 e4 e4 e5 then it does the same thing but then starting from the end to the e chord


Just for future reference on writing tablature...

__E____B/F#___Cm/G#___G#_____A
e--0--------2----------4----------4----------5
b--0--------4----------5----------4----------5
G--1--------4----------6----------5----------6
D--2--------4----------6----------6----------7
A--2--------2----------4----------6----------7
E--0--------2----------4----------4----------5

Key though? Not so sure...
#10
After deciphering it, the chords seem to be...

E major
B major
C# minor
G# major
A major
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