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Woodstock Help - Country Joe (acoustic)

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ThehiipieDude  
26 Apr 2010 22:59 | Quote
Joined: 19 Jan 2010
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTl68Nr-DKc

Flying High(acoustic)
Acoustic power house!!

If anyone can figure out the chords/strumming. pass on the knowledge please! I think Its a bar on the 5th with an E-chord. seems like only a two chord progression unless I am wrong.... peace and love. Thanks for the help!!
Empirism  
28 Apr 2010 07:13 | Quote
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I could be wrong, but I think its Gb, A, G, and again goes Gb.

it fits D bebob major scale or G nine tone scale.

Others may correct me if Im wrong.
GuitarGeorge  
29 Apr 2010 11:31 | Quote
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Nice song!!

He plays many ghost notes which makes it difficult to hear which notes are actually played, but at least I tried my best...

In the intro and verses he alternates between F#5, F#m and B. Occasionally he plays an open low E-string.


F#5: F#m: B: ...and the open E:
e--x----x---x----------x
B--x----x---4----------x
G--x----2---4----------x
D--4----4---4----------x
A--4----4---x----------x
E-(2)--(2)--x----------0


In the "bridge" leading to the chorus he's playing the F#m.

In the chorus itself the following chords appear:


A: G:
e-x---x
B-x---x
G-6---4
D-7---5
A-7---5
E-5---3


Then it's back to verse chords again, followed by bridge, chorus, verse, bridge, chorus, verse and an ending - containing the chords F#5 and F#m.



Guess that's all!
May still need to be corrected though...


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