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Ghoti Hook - Dry Run

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Dry Run
Ghoti Hook
Sumo Surprise
Tabbed By:  Stephen Butterfield     Butter99@aol.com


INTRO and VERSE
G--------------------------
D--------------0-0-2-3-2-0-
A-3-3---0-0-4--------------
E-----3--------------------

CHORUS
G-----------------
D-----------------
A-3-3-0-0-----3-3-
E----------3-3----

BRIDGE
G--------------------------------------
D----------------------0-0-0-0-2-3-2-0-
A-3-3-3-3---0-0-0-0-4------------------
E----------3---------------------------

Comments about this tab

ryanxxxx - 2004-12-13

hey could someone please tab lonely man that song rules


riderj - 2005-08-01

How do you play a D/Em? I haven't been playing long and I can't find it anywhere!


raidiant12 - 2005-08-27

You can't play a D/Em, as an Em is a chord, not a note.


david_cooper - 2005-09-27

Could someone please make a tab for clap your hands off of audio a's newest album. That song has a cool guitar part


guitarforgod23 - 2005-12-10

do you think that the A's in the first verse are A2's cuz another tab i saw has it that way...


iplay4CHRIST - 2006-03-28

A's and A2's usually get mixed up so it really shouldn't matter all that mich on which is which, as long as it sounds right.


EvanM07 - 2006-07-11

Hey riderj, I'm pretty sure D/Em or D/A means you can use either one in that part of the song. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.


the_musicman - 2006-08-07

no, those are actual chords. D/A is xx777[10] according to this site.


Danzacool - 2007-01-24

Here are the chords:

D: xx0232
D/A: x00232
D/Em (aka D/F#): 200232
D/G: 3x0232
Em: 022000
A: x03330


crazyheadbanger - 2007-08-14

hey riderj the D/Em means YOU play the D while the BASS plays the Em u cant play both at the same time. so if there is ever something written like that that means the second half of that (the part after the slash) means the bassist plays that not u he was just lettin u know


audioa4me - 2007-08-29

Thats right! Under a slash is always the bass note. Unfortunately Em is not a note, its a chord. A bass would play an E.


disciple-rocks - 2008-02-18

Hey if you are just playin guitar by yourself it sounds better if you play D in the begining and then A-Em-G in the verse


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