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Old 05-17-2006, 05:23 PM   #481
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Old 05-17-2006, 05:25 PM   #482
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^^^ well he does the 9/7 thing as the main riff, but he does throw in harmonics too (on the 12)
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Old 05-17-2006, 05:36 PM   #485
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Old 05-17-2006, 05:38 PM   #486
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justin here is the tab(it was on mx so i'm posting to save you from the pop ups.
i'm a little confused on what harmonics are so i guess in turn i read the tab wrong

Edges part (including intro)
- begin this after playing bass pattern twice - in fact comes in half way
through the last bar (the G's on fret 10)


(trip.) (trip.)
e-------|---|------------|--|-----
B-------|---|------------|--|-----
G-------|---|------------|--|-----
D--9-8-7|---|------------|--|-----
A-------|-10__10--9-10-9-|-7__7---
E-------|---|------------|--|-----

(harm.)
e-------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------------
G-------------------------------------------
D------12------12----12-----12---12---12---
A--12------12------12----12----12---12--12-
E------------------------------------------

e-----------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------
E---0-0---------------------0-0-----------------


Verse:


You know he got the cure, you know he went astray, he used to
stay awake to drive the dreams he had a way

(harm.) (not harm.)
e-----------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------(trip.)--
G-----------------------------------------------------
D------12------12-----12-----12----12--------9-8-7----
A--12------12------12-----12----12----12--------------
E-----------------------------------------------------

He wanted to believe in the hands of love
e-----------------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------
A--10--------------------------9-10-9-7---------------
E-----------------------------------------------------


the hands of Love
(P.M - now and again)
e------------------------------------
B------------------------------------ (repeat this rhythm throughout
G------------------9-X-------9-9-X--- rest of song, keeping basic Em,
D------------------------------------ and ad.lib. this pattern for
A-------------7-7-------7-7---------- Edge's wild solo section -noise)
E------------------------------------

**Strumming pattern for rhythm shown above**
The effect can be gained by holding the pick with only about 1
millimetre clearance between the pick and the index finger. Instead of
actually plucking, hit the string at about a 45 degree angle - don't worry
if the string doesn't really sound, Edge doesn't seem to. What you're
basically doing is thumping the strings for all they're worth, and
expecting a far from clean sound.
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^ harmonics! now there's something awesome. edge uses those alot (beautiful day intro, an cat dubh, i will follow bridge). . . you want me to explain?
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Old 05-17-2006, 05:49 PM   #489
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^ the easiest to play are on the 12th fret. try this on the D string, for starters. now, you gotta press lightly on the string, on the 12th fret, and let go just after as you pluck the string. the note should ring out, and should be the same note as playing the 12th fret on the string. it takes a little time to get the timing down and such but it's pretty cool. you can do them on other frets too (like the 5th, 7th, 19th -- and some others but they don't sound too great). its a bit hard to explain but i think you can get the hang of it.
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is it the same as a pull off? and is that what the intro to pride is?
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^ yeah, its the intro to pride too. no, it's not a pulloff. don't press down on the fretboard, just touch the string above the 12th fret, and pluck and release at the same time.
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Old 05-17-2006, 05:57 PM   #492
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oh so you don't push down you just kinda touch it lightly w/o depressing it then go to another place on the fretboard. what does pride's intro look like in a tab?
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^ no, just let go of the string and let it ring out.

pride intro:




e|---------------------------------|
b|-<12>------------------<7>--|
g|-<12>------------------<7>--|
d|--------------<7>--------------| 2x
a|---------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------|
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ok i got it now. i have to go now but first
since the same songs may not happen what were the last 2 sing with me songs?
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