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Postby sqrnookle » Sat Jan 05, 2008 10:32 pm

ponceandthuggery wrote:whats the technique called that tim uses in the intro to smokin popes where you kinda tap the guitar to resonate the strings harmonics or something ?

Yeah, it's natural harmonics. I'm not sure what tuning he's using (the low E is at least down to D), but to do it, lightly touch the string - don't push it down - directly above the fret (not inbetween the frets, where you'd normally push it down). The two best places to do harmonics are at the 12th and 7th fret, so try there first - you can do them elsewhere, but it requires more precision.

______

Anyway, cheers to all the 'cheers' - I'm just indulging in my OCD tendencies. :P

And as part of that, I now have a nice big spreadsheet of all the TABs done in this 'ere thread, as well as what little holes are missing, and am starting work on them. I'm currently working on a nice big comprehensive Friends Like You (with all Davey's bits an' stuff, maybe even bass - does anyone here look at the bass tabs?), but the lyrics in some places are quite... undecipherable, by me at any rate. So I'm putting up what I've got so far, and am hoping that we can get a vague consensus going so I can post this thing soon. :)



With friends like you I could throw away my TV
'Cause I got it all in spades now, all triumph and tragedy
When ...... in yer pocket now, like a stone's from a distance throw
Yeah it's a gambler's trick, it's a pain in the dick
Must have brought it on myself somehow

With friends like you
With friends like you
With friends like you
It's a wonder why a guy gets bent

You got a fine, fine way of dragging the clouds all 'neath the sun
Although it's dark....tea-bag cologne.. the sympathy... alone
You pick me up like a second-hand coat, spit'n'shine on Friday night
But the things you forget hang around like a bet
You're safe 'til you notice the prize (prize!)

With friends like you
With friends like you
It's a wonder why a guy gets bent

(yeah when you're raining on the parades
and all the piss stains and the champagne
you got it?)

When good fortune's holding you like she means it
You hold her by the hand, takes you someone nice and quiet
When good fortune's holding you like she means it
'Cause when the goin' gets tough she'll kick you in the nuts
And watch your Christmas list wither and die (DIE!) die (DIE!)

With friends like you
With friends like you
With a French IQ
It's a wonder why a guy gets bent

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ETA: does anyone know if we can get this thread stickied? After the rarities thread, it must be the most-viewed thread on the forum, and it can on occasion slip down. Mods? Anyone?

Bueller?
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Postby anthonyshona » Mon Jan 07, 2008 9:31 am

Here's my take...

With friends like you
I could throw away my TV
?Cos I?ve got it all in spades now
All the triumph and tragedy
And the winnings you keep in your pocket now
Like-a stones from a distance thrown
Yeh it?s a gambler's trick, it?s a pain in the dick
Must have brought it on myself somehow, hey

With friends like you
With friends like you
It?s a wonder why a guy gets bent

You got a fine, fine way
Of draggin? the clouds un'neath the sun
And those darker tone suit, tea bag cologne
And sympathy toast, you?re all alone
You pick me up like a second hand coat
Spit and shine on Friday night
Ah but the things you forget hang around like a bet
You save til they notice the price, right

With friends like you
With friends like you
It?s a wonder why a guy gets bent

Yeh when you're raining on the parades
Darlin?, the piss stains with the champagne
Ya got it?

(When good fortune?s holdin? you like she means it)
You hold her by the hand
Take her somewhere nice and quiet
(When good fortune?s holdin? you like she means it)
?Cos when the going gets tough
She?ll kick you in the nuts
And watch your Christmas list wither and die (die), die (die)

With friends like you
With friends like you
With a French IQ
It?s a wonder why a guy gets bent

2nd verse is still dodgy to me (darker tone suit?)... and the notice the price bit came to me after hearing the earlier live acoustic version
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Postby ballturretgunner » Wed Jan 09, 2008 7:30 pm

Would anybody be able to tab the solo and fills for Nifty Lil Number Like You? I'm going to attempt it myself but I'll probably do a shit job that is way off.

Anyway, I'm off to do my attempt, but if anyone else could try it it would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Postby windmill » Thu Jan 10, 2008 5:44 pm

does anyone know gunslingers?
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Postby sqrnookle » Thu Jan 10, 2008 6:17 pm

windmill wrote:does anyone know gunslingers?

Chris posted his TAB here.

(hooray! The database came in handy! :D)
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Postby windmill » Fri Jan 11, 2008 4:22 pm

awesome.
thanks for that
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Postby league_guru » Mon Jan 21, 2008 6:24 pm

After Tim's recent tours I have started to pick up my guitar again and this time am making some progress. Been trying to master Twenty Eight. Now the tabs mention that there is an "A" chord and then a "G" to be played after the verse and before the chorus (see below), but which A is it? Cheers

Part of Twenty Eight by Tim Rogers

Em7 Asus2 G
Everything that you say right before it came from you

A G


CHORUS

Em7
Art house movies and flat renovations

G/Bb A6sus4 D (w/riff)
Newspaper politic and dinner reservations, oh
"You can run so long from sadness, that you're never home for the fun" (from the Tim Rogers penned classic "Damage")
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Postby mmmchicken » Sun Jan 27, 2008 8:24 pm

there are a few references to my brothers room in this thread but i can't see where a tab has been posted. does anyone have a tab for it?
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Postby anna89 » Thu Feb 07, 2008 11:43 pm

Just came across this... http://www.ozmusic-central.com.au/oztab ... index.html

Most are the same as the tabs here on youami.net but there are a few I haven't seen before. There's also a small Tim Rogers section.
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Postby windmill » Tue Feb 19, 2008 10:21 pm

anna89 wrote:Just came across this... http://www.ozmusic-central.com.au/oztab ... index.html

Most are the same as the tabs here on youami.net but there are a few I haven't seen before. There's also a small Tim Rogers section.

i noticed they've got alot of the older EP songs that aren't on youami.net. Thats the only place that I could find Goddamn.



On a another note, does anyone know Sweet Alcohol?
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Postby sqrnookle » Mon Mar 03, 2008 8:30 pm

Good news everyone! [/Professor Farnsworth]

Spent this afternoon finishing up a TAB I started yonks ago - that of the hugely rockin' By My Own Hand! And what's more, it has both Tim's AND Davey's parts, including the solo, which I'm rather proud of. I hope you can make sense of it. :P

'cause there's a lot of notation bits, I'll put a direct link up to it here, as well as up on the Temp Page.

Enjoy!

More stuff coming... soon. Depends how bored I get with uni. ;)
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Postby windmill » Sat Mar 08, 2008 5:43 pm

has anyone figured out that sweet live intro for Rumble? It sounds like it may be easy but i suck at transcribing. You can hear the full thing on the convicts bonus disc and a bit of it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lFa_zdjVZw

not dyin for it, but if anyone knows it i would greatly appreciate them sharing it.
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Postby Mr Kermode » Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:49 pm

windmill wrote:has anyone figured out that sweet live intro for Rumble? It sounds like it may be easy but i suck at transcribing. You can hear the full thing on the convicts bonus disc and a bit of it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lFa_zdjVZw

not dyin for it, but if anyone knows it i would greatly appreciate them sharing it.

That's the intro to "Detroit Rock City" by KISS (my other favourite band!). I can play it but don't know how to upload the tab. Anyone? Otherwise just Google the tab for the song?
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Postby windmill » Sun Mar 09, 2008 4:20 pm

man, i knew it sounded familiar. thanks
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Postby kuert » Wed Mar 12, 2008 4:45 am

has anyone got the smokin popes tab, I know I've played it sometime over the years, and i'm too shit too work it out by ear, I played it off a tab. does anyone know where it is?
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Postby sqrnookle » Wed Mar 12, 2008 8:09 am

kuert wrote:has anyone got the smokin popes tab, I know I've played it sometime over the years, and i'm too shit too work it out by ear, I played it off a tab. does anyone know where it is?

From the oztabs site:
http://www.ozmusic-central.com.au/oztab ... 0Popes.txt

Can't guarantee the accuracy of it, tho'. Hope that helps you anyway. :)
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Postby skeg_head » Mon Mar 17, 2008 9:01 pm

hello,
I'd love to know if anyone has got anything on 'PUNCHLINES'. I lost the mix tape i had it on and cant find it anywhere, and I've searched the net for tabs and chords but no cigar. ???
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Postby drtangles » Fri Mar 21, 2008 4:48 pm

does anyone have a tab for you should see her now, such a great song i want to play it so bad!
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Postby mmmchicken » Sat Mar 22, 2008 9:05 am

i worked it out and started tabbing it quite a while ago but that's where it stayed. i'll do my best to pull my finger out and finish it now that you ask. unless of course somebody already has one. given the high calibre of tabbers on this forum i wouldn't be surprised if there's several.
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Postby windmill » Tue Apr 22, 2008 6:50 pm

windmill wrote:On a another note, does anyone know Sweet Alcohol?
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Postby sqrnookle » Fri May 23, 2008 11:42 am

This is just a test to see if there's a way to put TABs directly on here...

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BY MY OWN HAND
By You Am I
Tabbed by Julian H
________________________________________________________________________

TIM'S BITS:

Standard Tuning (capo at 5)

Unusual chords:
   E5(II) A5(II) Emaj7(no 3rd) A5(b13)
e|--------------------------------------|
B|-5------5------4-------------4--------|
G|-x------2------x-------------2--------|
D|-2------2------2-------------2--------|
A|-2------0------2-------------0--------|
E|-0-------------0----------------------|



Intro:
e|---------------------------------------------------------| x2
B|-------------4--4-4--4-4-4--------------5--5-5--5-5-5-5--|
G|-4-4--6--6-6-x--x-x--x-x-x--4-4--6--6-6-x--x-x--x-x-x-x--|
D|-x-x--x--x-x-1--1-1--1-1-1--x-x--x--x-x-2--2-2--2-2-2-2--|
A|-2-2--4--4-4-0--0-0--0-0-0--2-2--4--4-4-0--0-0--0-0-0-0--|
E|-0-0--0--0-0----------------0-0--0--0-0------------------|


Verse (x2):
E     B
A
F#m   A
E


Pre-chorus:
F#5   E (x3)


Chorus:
A     F#m (x2)

Repeat intro + verse

Repeat pre-chorus + chorus


Bridge:
E5(II)          A5(II)
Emaj7(no 3rd)   A5(b13)   
E5(II)          A5(II)
E5(II)          A5(II)

then

F#5   D

Repeat pre-chorus + chorus twice

Outro:

Tim plays the intro riff in triplets, then

F#5   A
E

END
________________________________________________________________________


DAVEY'S BITS:

Standard tuning, no capo:


Intro: tacet

Verse:
A     E
D    (fill: D6 D5 D6 D5)
Bsus2 D
A


During the second half of each verse:
e|----------------------------|
B|-10---10/12-9---9/12-7------|
G|----------------------------|
D|----------------------------|
A|----------------------------|
E|----------------------------|


Pre-chorus:
Bsus2   A (x3)


Chorus:
D    Bsus2 (x2)


Intro: tacet

Repeat verse

Repeat pre-chorus + chorus

Bridge: tacet

Solo:
e|-------------------|
B|-------------------|
G|-4---------4b6-----|
D|-------------------|
A|-------------------|
E|-------------------|

e|---------------------------0-0----0-0-0--0------0-0-0-|
B|-------------------------0-0-2----2-5-5--7b9r7--7-7-5-|
G|-4-4--------2-2--4b6r4-2-4-4----4---------------------|
D|-----2--2-4-------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------|

e|---0-0--0-------------12-----12--12--12--12--12--12--12---------------------|
B|---5-10-10------10-12-12b14-b14-b14-b14-b14-b14-b14-b14--12b14r12-10-12-10--|
G|-6-----------11-------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|-------12b14-12b14-12b14r12-10------------------------------------0---0---0---|
B|----10-------------------------10-12~---12-10-12b14r12-10----10---12~-12~-10--|
G|-11-------------------------------------------------------11------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Repeat pre-chorus + chorus


Outro:
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------9-9-9--9-9-9------------------10-10-10--9/10-10-10--|
G|-9-9-9--11-11-11-x-x-x--x-x-x--9-9-9--11-11-11-x--x--x---x-x--x--x---|
D|-x-x-x--x--x--x--6-6-6--6-6-6--x-x-x--x--x--x--7--7--7---6/7--7--7---|
A|-7-7-7--9--9--9----------------7-7-7--9--9--9------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------|


e|--------------------------------------------7--------------------|
B|-----------------9-9-9--9-9-9---------------10b12-----3-3-3-3----|
G|-9-9-9--11-11-11-x-x-x--x-x-x----4-4-4-4--------------2-2-2-2----|
D|-x-x-x--x--x--x--6-6-6--6-6-6----4-4-4-4--------------0-0-0-0----|
A|-7-7-7--9--9--9------------------2-2-2-2-------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

e|-------|
B|-10----|
G|-12b14-|
D|-------|
A|-------|
E|-------|

END

What do you guys think? It's just using the <code></code> tags (except with square '[' ']' brackets instead)
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Postby Chris » Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:30 pm

Mike has got us started on the Dilettantes tabs in another thread, but I've taken the liberty of copying his post in here. Hope you don't mind, Mike.

I reckon the outro of Dilettantes goes D / B7 / Gsus2 / Asus4.

Mike wrote:I've figured out how to play Dilettantes and Erasmus, here's a brief rundown:

Dilettantes
Capo 1, standard
Verses: D, G, G/F#, Asus4
Bridge ("Tarp hoist..."): G G D B7 G Em7 Am7sus4 Em7 Am7sus4
Chorus: --run-- G --run-- D --run-- G --run-- D
Instrumental Break: G/F# G /A /B D /F# G /F# D

Erasmus
Capo 4, standard
Verse: /F# /G E /F# /G D x2
Chorus: D Asus4 G D Asus4 G etc. then E G

I know that what I just wrote doesn't make a lot of sense, but when I get a bit of time I'll write the tab out properly. I also figured out the little runs/intro for Dilettantes too

Enjoy
Mike

As I mentioned elsewhere, I reckon Dilettantes sounds best in DADGAd tuning, as does Disappearing, which I've had a quick go at;

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

DISAPPEARING - You Am I

Words and Music by Tim Rogers

Tuning (low to high) DADGAD

Intro D5 / Dmaj7(no 3rd)

(D5) (Em7) (Asus2) (D5)
Clusters of incence...

(Gsus2) (Gmaj7sus2) (D5)
Fever (?)...

Same chord progression again, then;

(D5)
The horizon...

(Gsus2) (Gmaj7sus2) (D5) (Em7) (Gsus2) (D5)
Pay the price... .... ... ... ... no-one knows

The rest of the song is pretty much all that again, with the last part of the song repeating the D5 / Em7 / Gsus2 / D5 progression.

Chords

D5 (intro) 000700
D5 (rest of the song) 000200
Dmaj7(no 3rd) 000600
Em7 2x2000
Asus2 7x7600
Gsus2 555000
Gmaj7sus2 554000

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Comments, corrections and suggestions all welcome.
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Postby sqrnookle » Thu Sep 18, 2008 5:45 pm

Nice work boys!

I'm happy to take a crack at Beau Geste, Frightfully Moderne, Wankers and The Boy's Angry At The Water, with an eye on The Big Wheel in the future.

*goes off to work*

Oh, and Chris - I think the intro to disappearing goes D5/Dmaj7(no 3rd)/D7(no 3rd)/Dmaj7 (no 3rd), though I could be wrong. Will listen to it again.
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Postby drtangles » Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:26 pm

maybe we should divy up tabs, i happy to do a couple so that meens less work for you sqrnookle
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Postby Chris » Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:51 pm

sqrnookle wrote:Nice work boys!

I'm happy to take a crack at Beau Geste, Frightfully Moderne, Wankers and The Boy's Angry At The Water, with an eye on The Big Wheel in the future.

*goes off to work*

Oh, and Chris - I think the intro to disappearing goes D5/Dmaj7(no 3rd)/D7(no 3rd)/Dmaj7 (no 3rd), though I could be wrong. Will listen to it again.

D7(no3rd) as in; 000500 ? Not sure. I'll have a closer listen too.

As for dividing up the tabs, you seem to have the front part of the album sewn up, so I'll put up my hand for the last three - Davey's Gone Green Again, Jolly's First Time... and The Piano Up The Tree.

You happy to chip in withy any of the others, drtangles?
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