Superdrag - Ambulance Driver Chords & Tabs

 

Ambulance Driver Chords & Tabs

Superdrag Chords & Tabs

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Ambulance Driver Tab

   
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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the#
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
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Author/Artist: Superdrag
Title: Ambulance Driver
Album: In the Valley of Dying Stars
Transcribed by: Alan Hromas
Email: arh1983@hotmail.com

Okay... lesson time. Any Hendrix fans out there?
If you know anything about the rhythym playing style
of Hendrix, you know that he rarely (especially in
ballads) just strums a chord. he adds little embellishments
to keep things moving... such as suspending and releasing the
fourth, sixth, or ninth. this is very similar to the guitars
in ambulance driver. this may mean nothing to you, but
look at this:

notation:
h - hammeron
p - pulloff
/ - shift slide
( - ghost note
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/superdrag/ambulance_driver_tab.html ]
Standard:
	E6			A6
--------0-----------------------5------------------------------------------------
--------2-----------------------7------------------------------------------------
--------1-----------------------6------------------------------------------------
--------2-----------------------7------------------------------------------------
--------2-----------------------7------------------------------------------------
--------0-----------------------5------------------------------------------------

With embellishment (ambulance driver intro)

	E6			A6
--------------------------------5--5--------------5------------------------------
--------5---5-5--5-5--5-5-4-4---5--5----5h7p5--5--5---5h7p5-5--------------------
--------4---4-4--4-4--4-4-4-4---5h6----------6-5h6----------6--------------------
--------4h6-6-6--6-6--6-6-4-4---7-----77-----7-7-----7------7--------------------
--------7---------------------0----------------0------------0--------------------
--------0------------------------------------------------------------------------

it's a bit more complicated, but sounds much cooler.
that said, try applying that to these chords for a
closer translation of the song.

Intro:
	|E6     |       |A6     |       |
	|/ / / /|/ / / /|/ / / /|/ / / /| play 2x

Verse:
	|E6     |       |A6     |    (*)| 
	|/ / / /|/ / / /|/ / / /|/ / / /| play 2x

Chorus:
	|F#m    |B      |E6     |A6     |
	|/ / / /|/ / / /|/ / / /|/ / / /| play 2x

That's about all you need... the (*) is a lead fill:
D|------2-(4)/6-4-----|
A|--2h4---------------|








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