Everlast - Ends Chords & Tabs

 

Ends Chords & Tabs

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Ends Tab

   
Song   : Ends
Artist : Everlast
Album  : Whitey Ford Sings the Blues
Transcribed by Matt Rodriguez

NOTE!!! My bad, when i transcribed this, i was tuned down a half step,
so if
you
want to play this in standard tuning, move everything down 1 fret
(ie, G=G#, eI--4 = eI--3)
Sorry guys, but would YOU go back and change it all?!

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/e/everlast/ends_tab_ver_3.html ]
 Hey again, peeps.
 
   Well this is my stab at another of Everlast's great folk-rap songs
from
their debut CD.
 
 Chords used:
 
    G#    B   B*     F# F#*
 eI-4-----7---7------2--2-
 BI-4-----7---7------2--2-
 GI-5-----8---9------3--4-
 DI-6-----9---7------4--2-
 AI-6-----9---9------4--4-
 EI-4-----7---7------2--2-
 
 Riff (after main progression is played a few times)
 
 eI----------
 BI----------
 GI-----4----
 DI-4h6---6--
 AI----------
 EI----------
 
 Solo
 
 eI------------------
 BI------------------
 GI-----6p4-------4-- 
 DI-4h6-----6p4-6---- X2
 AI------------------
 EI------------------
 
 eI------------------
 BI------------------
 GI-----6p4-----6-4-- 
 DI-4h6-----6p4------ X2
 AI------------------
 EI------------------
 
 eI------------------
 BI------------------
 GI-----6p4-------4-- 
 DI-4h6-----6p4-6---- X1
 AI------------------
 EI------------------
 
 eI------------------
 BI-------------4----
 GI-----6p4-------6-- x1
 DI-4h6-----6p4------
 AI------------------
 EI------------------
 
 eI------------------
 BI------------------
 GI-----6p4-----6-4-- x1
 DI-4h6-----6p4------
 AI------------------
 EI------------------
 
 eI------------------
 BI------------------
 GI-----6p4-------4-- 
 DI-4h6-----6p4-6---- X2
 AI------------------
 EI------------------
 
 The main progression goes something like
 
 G# - B - B* - F# - F#* - F# 
 
 You do the switches from B to B* and F# to F#* by quickly releasing
your
pinky and 
 fretting the above (G) string.  They are only strummed once or twice.
 Play around with that progression and you should get the hang of it..
if not
just 
 leave out the B* and F#* and it should still sound decent.
 
 I'd slap the lyrics in, but those evil bastards at HFA
 have closed the Lyrics Server... 
 
 Go to http://www.lyrics.ch/ and sign the petition to get 
 our lyrics back!
 
 Comments, corrections, questions, give me a call
 
 xvxenovx@aol.com/xxeennoo@hotmail.com
 
 -MaTT


                             Attachment: Forwarded Message

  From:
        XvXenovX@aol.com
    To:
        freshtabs@yahoo.com, jstryk@wt.net
 Subject:
        Everlast - Ends
   Date:
        Mon, 25 Jan 1999 22:23:15 EST


Song   : Ends
Artist : Everlast
Album  : Whitey Ford Sings the Blues

Hey again, peeps.

  Well this is my stab at another of Everlast's great folk-rap songs
from
their debut CD.

Chords used:

   G#    B   B*     F# F#*
eI-4-----7---7------2--2-
BI-4-----7---7------2--2-
GI-5-----8---9------3--4-
DI-6-----9---7------4--2-
AI-6-----9---9------4--4-
EI-4-----7---7------2--2-

Riff (after main progression is played a few times)

eI----------
BI----------
GI-----4----
DI-4h6---6--
AI----------
EI----------

Solo

eI------------------
BI------------------
GI-----6p4-------4-- 
DI-4h6-----6p4-6---- X2
AI------------------
EI------------------

eI------------------
BI------------------
GI-----6p4-----6-4-- 
DI-4h6-----6p4------ X2
AI------------------
EI------------------

eI------------------
BI------------------
GI-----6p4-------4-- 
DI-4h6-----6p4-6---- X1
AI------------------
EI------------------

eI------------------
BI-------------4----
GI-----6p4-------6-- x1
DI-4h6-----6p4------
AI------------------
EI------------------

eI------------------
BI------------------
GI-----6p4-----6-4-- x1
DI-4h6-----6p4------
AI------------------
EI------------------

eI------------------
BI------------------
GI-----6p4-------4-- 
DI-4h6-----6p4-6---- X2
AI------------------
EI------------------

The main progression goes something like

G# - B - B* - F# - F#* - F# 

You do the switches from B to B* and F# to F#* by quickly releasing
your pinky
and 
fretting the above (G) string.  They are only strummed once or twice.
Play around with that progression and you should get the hang of it..
if not
just 
leave out the B* and F#* and it should still sound decent.

I'd slap the lyrics in, but those evil bastards at HFA
have closed the Lyrics Server... 

Go to http://www.lyrics.ch/ and sign the petition to get 
our lyrics back!

Comments, corrections, questions, give me a call

xvxenovx@aol.com/xxeennoo@hotmail.com

-MaTT
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