6 Cycle Mind - Sige Chords & Tabs

 

Sige Chords & Tabs

6 Cycle Mind Chords & Tabs

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Sige Tab

   
Ok I think this tab is the easiest way to play the solo (Although the solo is not really
that hard). READ AGAIN, I do not claim this tab as the most accurate tab but it does
sound like the real thing.

I suggest you get an overdrive sound instead of a distortion for the harmonics. Trust me,
distortion doesn't have enough mid boost to cut through the harmonics. And besides, the
lead guitarist of 6 CM uses an overdrive pedal.

p = pull off
h = hammer
b = bend
r = release
/ = Slide up
\ = Slide down
* = right thumb harmonics (I'll explain this to beginners, mga experts lam niyo na kung
ano toh)

e|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--5p0-0-7p0-0-9p0-0-10p0-0-9p0-7p0-7p0-0-9p0-0-10h12p0-12p0-0-10p0-9--|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|----------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------13-15/17\15-15--|
G|--9-10-12-9-10-12-9-10-12-9-10-12-12*b14r12-/14-----------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------|
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/0-9/6_cycle_mind/sige_tab_ver_7.html ]
e|-----------12-15-12----------------12-15-12----------------12-17-12----------------12-17-12--------|
B|--------15----------15----------15----------15----------15----------15----------15----------15-----|
G|-----14----------------14----14----------------14----14----------------14----14----------------14--|
D|--12----------------------12----------------------12----------------------12-----------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|-----------12-15-12------------------------------------------------|
B|--------15----------15-13-15b17r15-15-13-15-15~--------------------|
G|-----14-----------------------------------------/12----------------|
D|--12------------------------------------------------12-10----12*~--|
A|----------------------------------------------------------12-------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

* - Its quite tricky to do this. Some old folks call this technique as
pinapaiyak yung gitara (Making the guitar cry/wail). This is extremely
effective if you have a single coil pickup (Guitar with humbuckers should
activate the switch the treble/single coil mode). A good example of a guitar with single
coil pickup is a stratocaster. The pickup is usually thin while a humbucker is usually
thick and has a switch. To do the harmonics, immediately after picking the note, your
thumb should have arrived somewhere near the string and above the pickup nearest to the
neck. It really takes time to practice but it pays off to learn this. This is usually
effective with overdrive effects and mid boosted equalizer. Steve Vai uses this technique
most of the time.
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