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Postby drtangles » Thu Sep 18, 2008 9:18 pm

yeah for sure, you name em and ill have a crack at them :)
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Postby sqrnookle » Thu Sep 18, 2008 9:47 pm

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

Nah, ignore it. Though there may also be an easy way to play it in plain-old drop-D.

And if anyone has any ideas for tunings/capo placement, post 'em - it can't help but be, well, helpful. :)
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Postby Chris » Thu Sep 18, 2008 10:07 pm

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

Nah, ignore it. Though there may also be an easy way to play it in plain-old drop-D.

And if anyone has any ideas for tunings/capo placement, post 'em - it can't help but be, well, helpful. :)

Yeah but in dropped-D you cant do this --> 000200 and go brrrrriiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnngg across all the strings. :D

Looks like tunings might be in this spring. Piano in the Tree seems to be in open-G.
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Postby sqrnookle » Thu Sep 18, 2008 10:24 pm

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

Nah, ignore it. Though there may also be an easy way to play it in plain-old drop-D.

And if anyone has any ideas for tunings/capo placement, post 'em - it can't help but be, well, helpful. :)

Yeah but in dropped-D you cant do this --> 000200 and go brrrrriiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnngg across all the strings. :D

Looks like tunings might be in this spring. Piano in the Tree seems to be in open-G.

You do realise one of us is gonna have to be steadfastly keeping our eyes on the boys' fretboards come November? :P
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Postby drtangles » Mon Sep 22, 2008 1:04 pm

yeah ill have a dip at the big wheel, erasmus and givin up so is that the whole album covered?
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Postby drtangles » Mon Sep 22, 2008 2:06 pm

first crack at the big wheel

The Big Wheel - You Am I
Tabber By Oliver Rees

intro/verse/outro - palm muted - davey occasionaly chimes in with a B5
E|-----------------
B|-----------------
G|-----------------
D|-9-8-7--2-3-4-5--
A|-9-8-7--2-3-4-5--
D|-9-8-7--2-3-4-5--

Chorus
C5 D5 A5 x 2 then C5 D5

Pre Solo - Tim
E|----------
B|----------
G|----------
D|-9--------
A|-9-11-12--
D|-9-9--9---

Davey
E|---------| |----10-|
B|---9-10-| |---9---|
G|-11-----| |-11----|
D|---------| |--------|
A|---------| |--------|
D|---------| x4|-------| x4

then..

E|-----11-| |----10----12-|
B|---9----| |---9-----9---|
G|-11-----| |-11----11----|
D|--------| |-------------|
A|--------| |-------------|
D|--------| x4 |-------------| x 4

E|-------12-|
B|-----9----|
G|---11-----|
D|----------|
A|----------|
D|----------| x 4 then B5

the chords that you can optinaly play under this bit are B5 E5 B5 E5 D5 E5 B5, not sure
if tim does or if he just plays the pre solo bit.

Solo (Tim plays chorus chords under it)

E|-------------|-------12------12--14--15b--
B|-------------|9--------------------------
G|-7b-5-7-5--|-----13---13-13--13--13-----
D|----------7--|----------------------------
A|-------------|----------------------------
D|-------------|----------------------------
x3 play the 9 with a bit of a bend/vibrato.

then chorus again and then intro and you're done, end on b5
enjoy its a killer song, comments and corrections welcome.
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Postby league_guru » Mon Oct 06, 2008 12:04 pm

Looks as though the new site is taking calls on any YAI tabs.
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Postby windmill » Fri Oct 24, 2008 1:18 pm

hey i know everyones probably tryin to work out dilettantes songs but if anyone knows these songs or already has a tab for them id greatly appreciate you posting them. Id do it myself if i werent completely tone deaf!

songs:
-Sweet alcohol
-Greensilver (daisygrinders cover)
-and also does anyone know the true tab for Last Thing You Can Depend On? On the mainsite its written out in standard tuning but in the video Tims got a capo on the 3rd fret.

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Postby Gav_Rossco » Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:32 pm

anyone had a crack at Beau Geste yet?
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Postby sqrnookle » Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:47 pm

Gav_Rossco wrote:anyone had a crack at Beau Geste yet?

Yeah, though haven't written it out yet. Plus, the third chord of the chorus is killing me a little.... can't quite figure out exactly what it is (doesn't help that the guitars are mixed fairly well in the back, and the bass is on a different root to the main chord).

Sweet Alcohol... can probably do in the next week or two. As for Last Thing..., all I know is that it's in a strange tuning, though I'm not sure which one.

Sorry for not moving faster on the tab front for this album; uni's been killing me of late (6,000 words worth of essays due next week), but the plus side is that from November onwards I should actually have some spare time. :)
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Postby windmill » Sun Oct 26, 2008 6:22 pm

sqrnookle wrote:Sweet Alcohol... can probably do in the next week or two. As for Last Thing..., all I know is that it's in a strange tuning, though I'm not sure which one.

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Postby politics » Mon Oct 27, 2008 12:57 pm

this may or may not help but in the adam spencer interview, tim tells adam "Dm to Am to F to G to C" near the end of "beau geste".
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Postby league_guru » Mon Oct 27, 2008 1:43 pm

politics wrote:this may or may not help but in the adam spencer interview, tim tells adam "Dm to Am to F to G to C" near the end of "beau geste".

politics, have you got a copy of that interview or know what i can have a listen?
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Postby turbo » Mon Oct 27, 2008 2:51 pm

league_guru wrote:
politics wrote:this may or may not help but in the adam spencer interview, tim tells adam "Dm to Am to F to G to C" near the end of "beau geste".

politics, have you got a copy of that interview or know what i can have a listen?

I have an extremely poor quality recording of the abc stream, if nobody else uploads it, I'll do it later tonight.....
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Postby politics » Mon Oct 27, 2008 3:15 pm

define 'poor'. mine has a tinny & static-y sound, it skips and there's dead air in spots - total shit. i'll upload mine if by some freak occurrence, yours is worse.

check your pm guru.
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Postby turbo » Mon Oct 27, 2008 11:14 pm

disclaimer: shite quality!
http://www.sendspace.com/file/luyijj
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Postby politics » Tue Oct 28, 2008 7:19 am

to be honest it's not that bad. i think if someone could combine both our recordings, a half-decent copy might emerge haha. thanks turbo.
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Postby sqrnookle » Tue Oct 28, 2008 8:29 pm

AHA!!!

Cheers for that Turbo - now I know that the album version is tuned down half-a-step (or they slowed it down - possible, but unlikely). The pieces fall together!
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Postby league_guru » Tue Oct 28, 2008 9:28 pm

Is anything being done to send these to the relevant people to get them incorporated in the new site. I notice if you click on tabs it mentions to send em in.
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Postby sqrnookle » Tue Oct 28, 2008 9:31 pm

I'm wondering if they'll migrate the .net tabs to the new site. Once uni dies down, I may collect up all the stuff I've done of late and send it in, as well as filling gaps here and there.
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Postby Gav_Rossco » Sun Nov 09, 2008 6:31 pm

posted this on the tour board but thought it might be of interest in here - a pic of Tim's guitar tech setlist with tunings scribbled all over it from the Nov 8 show in San Remo

http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/7453/setlist081108hi2.jpg
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Postby anthonyshona » Mon Nov 10, 2008 6:50 pm

Thanks Gav - some wild tunings there, EGDGBE for Berlin Chair! I wish I had a guitar tech to tune up for me.
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Postby sqrnookle » Wed Nov 19, 2008 4:23 pm

anthonyshona wrote:Thanks Gav - some wild tunings there, EGDGBE for Berlin Chair! I wish I had a guitar tech to tune up for me.

It's not that far out - it's just tuning your A string down a step. Kinda like drop-D, but with your A. :)

And uni is done for the year! So I guess I have no excuse to procrastinate on stuff. :P So that wonderful setlist above (cheers Gav_Rossco!), we now know, amongst other things, that 'Disappearing' is in drop-D. So here's a quick version I wrote up for those who want it:

DISAPPEARING

Drop-D, no capo.

Chords:
Code: Select all
   D5add9   Dmaj7add9(no 3rd)  E7  G(13) C9 A7
e|-0--------0------------------0--(0)----0--0--|
B|-3--------2------------------0---0-----3--2--|
G|-2--------2------------------1---0-----0--0--|
D|-0--------0------------------2---5-----2--2--|
A|-0--------0------------------0---5-----3--0--|
D|-0--------0------------------2---5-----------|

(bass, then drums, then:)

D5add9 Dmaj7add9 (x4)


D5add9 E7
Clusters of incense, calico walls
A7 A7sus4 A7 D5add9
Smoke circled the effect as well as the cause
E7
It coulda been Mumbai, it coulda been Maine
A7 A7sus4 D5add9
The sweat soaked the linen all see through again

C9
Fevered the hoist over the brig (?)
G(13)
Just not as tough as you'd think


D5add9 Dmaj7add9 (x2)


Shuffled in leg irons, call in the post
'Cause I'm worth more dead than a living ghost
So check the insurance, the bills and the loan
The numbers'll add up and my stock'll grow

To disappear completely and not leave a stink
It's just not as tough as you'd think


D5add9 Dmaj7add9


D5add9
The horizon shouts, the sirens sing
The fire hits the gasoline
I jumped so quick the air collapsed
I fell so hard I can't change back

C9
To pay the price, just let go
G(13)
When no one cares and no one knows


D5add9 E7 G(13) (x2)
Yeah no one knows


D5add9 Dmaj7add9 (x2)


Left it behind, yeah, sutured the stitch
Should Jonah think twice now from inside that fish
I've wandered for dear life, I've squandered my kin
You take the romance, cause I own the sin


To disappear into the drink
It's just not as tough as you'd think

D5add9
Some fight for pride, some fight to death
I fight for one unlaboured breath
I seen the consequences that
Revealin' yourself nowt can get

C9
So I'm to blame, this hand I've thrown
G(13)
Where no one sees and no one knows


D5add9 E7 G(13) (x2)
Yeah no one knows
Yeah no one knows

D5add9 E7
I left my rage, my history
G(13)
My methylated memory
D5add9 E7
I circled like an undertow
G(13)
So no one sees and no one knows


D5add9 E7 G(13) (x2)
Yeah no one knows
No one knows
No one knows
No one knows


D5add9 E7 G(13) (x2)
A fever'll hoist you over the brink
Yeah just not as tough as you'd think


D5add9 E7 G(13) (x2)
To disappear completely and not leave a stitch
It's just not as tough as you'd think

A7

End on D5add9
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I've temporarily lost access to the webspace I did have, so I can't upload it to that page just yet (hence the code tags for the chord shapes), but that's temporary. Feel free to critique or suggest corrections. The G(13) (with optional high E string) is mostly guesswork, though I'm pretty sure it's also used on 'Crash'.
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Postby drtangles » Thu Dec 04, 2008 6:41 pm

windmill wrote:and also does anyone know the true tab for Last Thing You Can Depend On? On the mainsite its written out in standard tuning but in the video Tims got a capo on the 3rd fret


heres my take on it, not perfect but a good starting point.

The Last Thing You Can Depend On - You Am I

Capo on 3rd Fret

There's only really 4 sections to this song, so its pretty simple.

Code: Select all
Main Riff/Verse

e|-------------------------------
B|-----3-----3----3--------------
G|-----0-----0----0----0---0--0--
D|-----0-----0----0----0---0--0--
G|-------------------3p0-3p0--3--
E|--3-3---1-1--0-0---------------

Chorus

e|-------------- On Last of each chorus end on     e---
B|--3--3--3--1-------------------------------------B-3-
G|--0--0--5--0-------------------------------------G-5-
D|--0--0--0--0-------------------------------------D-0-
G|--5--4--3--2-------------------------------------G-3-
E|-------------------------------------------------E---


Post Chorus Bit

e|------2-3-2-0------3-5-3-2-0--
B|------0-0-0-0------0-0-0-0-0--
G|--0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0-0--
D|--2-2----------5-5------------
G|--2-2----------5-5------------
E|------------------------------
Outro, chords just work out the rythm its not complicated

e|---------------
B|---------------
G|--4-2----7--5--
D|--2-2----5--5--
G|--2-2----5--5--
E|---------------
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Postby windmill » Sun Dec 07, 2008 7:16 pm

hey thanks for that. so it is in drop g. sweet
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