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bireli's monster arpeggio

dennisdennis Montreal, QuebecModerator
edited October 2005 in Licks and Patterns Posts: 2,020
it's originally from bireli (and he got it from classical music ie paganini) on nuages from live at marciac..... but i saw wawau adler do it many times.... so i decided to transcribe it... works well for endings on ballads in the key of G



e-----------------7-10----7-10--15--19-15--10--7---------------------
b---------------8-------8---------12------12--12--8---8----------------
g-------------7--------------------------------------------9-4---------------
d--------5-9----------------------------------------------------5-----4--5--
a------5-----------------------------------------------------------5--3--2-
e-3-7--------------------------------------------------------------------3-

man this looks like total crap, t he parts that look like double stops... are indeed double stops

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  • scholziescholzie Rochester, NYNew
    Posts: 15
    [quote="dennis"]
    man this looks like total crap, t he parts that look like double stops... are indeed double stops[/quote]
    To preserve the formatting, you can put it in [code] blocks like this:
    [code]
    e-----------------7-10---7-10--15--19-15--10--7---------------------
    b---------------8------8-------12-----12--12--8---8-----------------
    g-------------7-----------------------------------9-4---------------
    d--------5-9------------------------------------------5----4--5-----
    a------5------------------------------------------------5--3--2-----
    e-3-7---------------------------------------------------------3-----[/code]

    Just format it in notepad or export it from powertab and paste it between [code] and [/code] tags
    Gitane DG-255 w/ upgraded DuPont bridge. Hopefully a new tailpiece and some new tuners, soon.
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