Tonic - Casual Affair Chords & Tabs

 

Casual Affair Chords & Tabs

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Casual Affair Tab

   
TONIC - "Casual Affair"
Words & Music by Emerson Hart

Capo II 

Intro (acoustic gtr) is an open E-chord rhythm on the 15th fret like this:
--0--
--0--Fret with 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers 
-15--
-16--
-16--
--0--

Intro (electric gtr w/ distortion)
------------------------------------------------------------2-2--2^3~2-----
------------------------------------------------------------2-2--2^3~2-----
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
--3~0--0-3~0--0-3~0---3~0--3~0--3~0--3~0--3~0---0-3~0--3~0-----------------
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/t/tonic/casual_affair_tab.html ]
Verse (gtr. 1 & 2 w/ slight variations throughout)
  Em6                                          C                   Dno3rd
--0--2~0-----0-----0--2~0---2~0--------------------------------------------
--0-------3--------0-------------0----------------1-----------------3------
--0----------------0---------------------------0-----0------------0----0---
--2----------------2------------------------2-----------2------4----------4
--2----------------2---------------------3-----------------/5--------------
--0----------------0-------------------------------------------------------

Last time before chorus play this instead of arpeggiating riff above
for Dno3rd chord:
         Dno3rd
--0-0-x-0--0--0-0---0--0-0-0---
--3-3-x-3--3--3-3---3--3-3-3---
--0-0-x-0--0--0-0---0--0-0-0---
--4-4-x-4--4--4-4---4--4-4-4---
--5-5-x-5--5--5-5---5--5-5-5---
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Chorus Chords (gtr simile-Play chords as if in the open position)

       C             G(barre)        A(barre)          E
  X 3 2 0 1 0      3 5 5 4 3 3     5 7 7 6 5 5    0 2 2 1 0 0

The ~ is a pull off
The ^ is a hammer-on
The / is a slide
This version is primarily meant for playing it on one guitar, although
there is actually a lot more due to the 2nd guitar, slide,  and the layering on
the album-but it should be cool for anyone who wants to play
it
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