#1
Purely for the purpose of showboating. Could anyone tab a simple one that fits in with the chorus of G D C.
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#2
If you want to "showboat," shouldn't you be playing something that you were genius enough to make yourself?
#3
it's in the key of C major, go from there.
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#4
Quote by Midnight Murk
If you want to "showboat," shouldn't you be playing something that you were genius enough to make yourself?


Nope?
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#5
Quote by oneblackened
it's in the key of C major, go from there.


It just needs to be a one string thing that goes for 5 seconds.
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#6
Quote by zapparage
It just needs to be a one string thing that goes for 5 seconds.


If it's in C major, the tapping pattern would be C E G I believe.
#7
Quote by GNRjungle87
If it's in C major, the tapping pattern would be C E G I believe.


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