Buckethead Sketches Of Spain For Miles

 
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Sketches Of Spain For Miles by Buckethead ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SKETCHES OF SPAIN (FOR MILES) - Buckethead ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tabbed by: Tyler J Email: full_metal_orange AT hotmail DOT com Tuning: eb Bb Gb Db Ab Eb acoustic rhythm (palm mute) e------------------------------------------------------------------| B------------------------------------------------------------------| G------------------------------------------------------------------| D------5-------5---------------------------------------------------| A----2---2---2---2-------------------------------------------------| E--0-------0-------------------------------------------------------| the lead part (explained below) e------------------------------------------------------------------| B--12-10-12~----12-13-15-17-15-12h13-12s10s12~---12-13-15-17-19-12-| G------------------------------------------------------------------| D------------------------------------------------------------------| A------------------------------------------------------------------| E------------------------------------------------------------------| continued e------------------------------------------------------------------| B-13~-12h13p12s13-13~~----13-12-10~--8-10-12-5-5~~---5-7-9-10-5-5--| G------------------------------------------------------------------| D------------------------------------------------------------------| A------------------------------------------------------------------| E------------------------------------------------------------------| continued e------------------------------------------------------------------| B--5-7-9-10~-7s4~---------10p8-7h8-5~------------------------------| G------------------------------------------------------------------| D------------------------------------------------------------------| A------------------------------------------------------------------| E------------------------------------------------------------------| (0:50) e--12p10h12--12-14-15-17-15-14-12-10-10s8s10--12-10-10-8-10--12-10-12-| B---------------------------------------------------------------------| G---------------------------------------------------------------------| D---------------------------------------------------------------------| A---------------------------------------------------------------------| E---------------------------------------------------------------------| e-------------------------------------------------------------------------| B--13-12-10~--8-10-12-5-5~~--5-7-9-10-5-5---5-7-9-10~-7s4~---10p8-7h8-5~--| G-------------------------------------------------------------------------| D-------------------------------------------------------------------------| A-------------------------------------------------------------------------| E-------------------------------------------------------------------------| The lead part is played three times. The first time is on acoustic, exactly as tabbed. second time is on electric, where he bends the strings instead of hammering and pulling adds a few twiddles, and uses a slight delay. However, it sounds fine playing the solo exactly as on the acoustic, but with bends, and I can't out most of the little bits he does. Maybe I'll correct this later. The third time through is exactly as tabbed, and the acoustic and electric play it. I have not tabbed all the rhythm part because I'm great with working out open string chords. However, I know it ends on a harmonic 12th on the high e. As a note, this is an interesting song to do with another guitarist in a or rehearsal or whatever if you're in a band. One plays the acoustic, one the electric. about, it's good for doing this. tabbed by Doug Cartwright ([email protected])

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