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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Ven 23 Jan - 9:33

This is a slight variation of a waltz intro I've posted before. The other riff I included seems kind of trivial until you start thinking about playing all the way up and down the neck or playing it a single string at a time.

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Dim 25 Jan - 9:53

Tab for the 1st verse is included!

Victory In Jesus - Tab - Audio - Rhythm Track - Chords

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Ven 30 Jan - 17:41

tab for the Zane Beck type intro on C6th!


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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Lun 2 Mar - 10:09

You've heard this intro a bunch of times used as a riff in many newer E9th backed songs. It relies on raising the high F# to G# on the same knee lever as the Eb to E raise. I've also included the 1st E9th verse tab.

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Jeu 19 Mar - 16:40

These chord sequences are easy to play and only scratch the surface of what's available by lowering the 9th E9th string a half tone and combining it with the E9th 3rd pedal and the E to F knee lever.

Similary a lot of new changes are available by raising the C6th 6th string a half tone from E to F and lowering the 4th string a half tone.


E9th Chord Sequence


C6th Chord Sequence


For more explanation of the C6th E to F change see my web page here and look at the explanation of the change in F open which shows the scale notes in including the 6th string root, maj7, 6th and 9 notes:


C6th E To F Change


Look here to hear these changes used in a song:

Precious Memories in streaming MP3 format


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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Lun 23 Mar - 15:17

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Sam 28 Mar - 19:19

Check out one of the coolest facets of the E9th tuning!
It's the fact that so many of the same chords and notes are available at many different positions on the fretboard.
A lot of very neat stuff is available on this tuning, even without all the most exotic knee levers, if you are willing to search for it, and...... you take the time to learn a few bar slants, 1/2 A pedal moves, explore a few non-standard grips etc.

I've applied one of these riffs to a section of Sweet Memories, see below.

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Sam 28 Mar - 19:20

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Sam 28 Mar - 19:21

Keys In The Mailbox, selected tab!

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Mar 31 Mar - 8:27

Here's the 1st verse E9th tab and as promised, a neat guitar riff transposed to the E9th Tuning!


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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Ven 3 Avr - 18:28

" Heart Over Mind "

1er couplet E9th Intro tab.

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Mar 12 Mai - 17:52

The tab file below contains the complete E9/C6 tab including the E9th tag ending.

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Lun 18 Mai - 15:30

These chord sequences are easy to play and only scratch the surface of what's available by lowering the 9th E9th string a half tone and combining it with the E9th 3rd pedal and the E to F knee lever.

Similary a lot of new changes are available by raising the C6th 6th string a half tone from E to F and lowering the 4th string a half tone.

E9th Chord Sequence

C6th Chord Sequence

For more explanation of the C6th E to F change see my web page here and look at the explanation of the change in F open which shows the scale notes in including the 6th string root, maj7, 6th and 9 notes:

C6th E To F Change

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Precious Memories in streaming MP3 format

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Mar 17 Nov - 19:46

This is the complete C6 tab for the C6 intro and verse of Crazy that was recorded by me as a medley of Crazy and You Belong To Me. Lately I've been using the 1st string D to D# raise a lot. It's used in this tab and it acts a lot like the 1st string F# to G knee lever on E9th. You can easily play this song without it however!

Crazy in wma format

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Bonus Track With Guitar Lead

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Lun 4 Jan - 15:55

I heard Chalker play this and it's similar to a riff I've heard John Hughey play also. You can strum some of the triad slides with your thumb to enrich the sound!

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Ven 8 Jan - 10:02

When I first started playing E9th I wondered how so many experienced pickers got all those "C6th" sounds on E9th. I am talking about the classic C6th sounds of the 50's, 60's and 70"s.

Today's modern players have blurred lines of distinction between these two tunings, playing the same fast pick blocked riffs with ease on either tuning. I've started work on a course for playing C6 sounds on E9th. Suffice it to say that I will be using my own arbitrary definitions of what is a 10 string E9th pedal tuning and what is a "C6" sound.

Included in this tab are a few positions using:

o E to Eb Knee lever
o A/B Pedals Down
o 1/2 depress of the A pedal
o E to F knee lever
o A pedal
o 9th string D to C# knee lever

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Jeu 14 Jan - 10:17

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Mer 20 Jan - 9:09

Play it as slow as you have to in the beginning. Experiment with the fingering to find what works for you. I vary between Thumb/Index to Thumb/Middle finger variations of those.

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Mar 26 Jan - 9:25

You can use these sounds on blues, rock, jazz or country songs.

This is another excerpt from my book in progress entitled, "How To Play C6 Sounds On The E9th Tuning Despite The Effects Of Severe Cabinet Drop Detuning".

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Sam 30 Jan - 16:32

don't worry about playing with any speed in the beginning. Just hit every note clean and as your reflexes take over later, the speed will come!

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Sam 6 Fév - 9:57

[quote="Greg Cutshaw"]This is just a common type of steel riff with the E to Eb knee lever on the fourth string kicked in to create a bit of dissonance to the sound. The result is something a bit more interesting than just kicking in the A/B pedals by themselves.


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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Mar 9 Fév - 20:14

This is one take on how you can play Night Life on the E9th Tuning in the key of D. Many of the ideas presented here can be used in a lot of other songs too, so they are good to know. For example, the minor 7th chord that is available on strings 7,5,4,3 with pedals A,B down is pretty cool and doesn't require you to have the 9th string lower change. This is just my first take on this and I'm sure there will be some errors in the tab 1st time around. See the complete treatment on my web site for more info on the chord structure and an overview of the C6th version. There's also another easy approach to the chords shown on my web site that's not included here but I don't have a sound file for it.


E9th Night Life Web Page


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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Mer 17 Fév - 15:05

After hearing Lloyd Green's stuff and this song (snippet included here) I finally decided to learn palm blocking and stop lifting the bar. Some sounds are just so cool you HAVE to learn them.


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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Jeu 18 Mar - 15:55

Full Song Audio

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Steel Track Only

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MessageSujet: Re: Tabs par Greg Cutshaw   Jeu 6 Jan - 8:09

pdf file for this tab :

http://www.gregcutshaw.com/Tab/Tab20.html

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