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Submitted by: ccmfruitcake

Superchic[k] "Hero"
from the album Last One Picked 
Inpop Records 2002

I know there was already a tab for Hero but this is the version Dave Gharazian
the guitar player for Superchic[k] taught me.

You'll have to listen to the CD to get the rhythm...but you play them as
power chords muted...

Intro/verse: Db   Ab   Bb    Gb

chorus: same chords as verse just diff rythym

Bridge: Db  Gb  Ab  Gb  Ab  Gb

 ...I think he actually wrote down the wrong thing on my paper..but then I
played it w/ the Ab instead of Gb and it sounded fine...so the rest should be
just fine. if you need any help just email me: Truesoposuitchick217@hotmail.com

Comments about this tab

John_Gods_Child - 2005-02-08

That is an exact chord progression, but if you're wanting to use an accurate tab check out the one I made. It should be on in a while. Superchic[k] kicks rear end. Keep it real,
John


David wood - 2005-04-09

you could CAPO 1st. no flats!


Krarwoodwatcher - 2005-04-20

Um that doesn't make any sense. You are shifting all of the typical chords DOWN a half step. The capo shifts it up a half step.


demonslayer_jb - 2005-05-02

If you want to use a capo on the first fret you can play the song this way

Intro & verses: C G A F

chorus: same chords

Bridge: C F G F G F


rytusguitar - 2005-12-17

Uh, yeah, if you capoed 1 you'd move it down to the next note (Db=C, etc...)


singscreams - 2007-04-07

Adding a capo does nothing. If you're playing power chords, than adding a capo to the first fret only means you won't have to finger the notes on the first fret. If you make an Gb power chord (that's E-2,A-4, D-4) and then put a capo on the first fret, a Gb power chord is E-2,A-4, D-4. The capo isn't some magical device, it just barres a fret. If you, for some odd reason, thought that it was actual real chords, than even if you were right, you freaking change the key of the song. If you want to play the song exactly how it sounds, you NEVER change the key. If you're offended, I'm sorry, but seriously, learn about guitar for real before you make dumb comments.


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