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any chance of tabbing the lovers in japan from the Q radio show? The acoustic version originally aired on Q's launch before the vlv release?

 

Thanks

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In Lost I am looking for a tab that Jonny plays live in the verses

 

I started looking through various videos today and came up with this sequence...

 

xxx400 X4 xxx550 X4 xxx40x X4 xxx77x X4

 

that's the basic idea anyway. Doesn't matter much whether or not you play the open e.

 

during the chorus it's mainly just chords, I'm pretty sure he plays something like xx(12)(11)(10)(10) at the end of each line.

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Indeed the chorus for lost!:

 

I just got lost

D [x][x][12][11][10][10]

 

Every river that I

 

tried..

C [x][x][10][9][8][8]

 

to..

G [x][x][9][7][8][7]

 

cross.

D [x][x][12][11][10][10]

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well it's me again :D I was watching a video of warning sign and then I realized that lead guitar was awesome; nevertheless, I haven't found a tab for what Johnny plays... I play something for the intro but I'm not sure if it's accurate but I have no idea of what Johnny plays on the chorus for example

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I've got your back on this one. I took this one from the tab section of this coldplay tribute band website. They have some good tabs, although they get a lot of things wrong...but jonny's electric tab they got right.

http://www.thecoldplaytribute.com/index.cfm?CFID=126967516&CFTOKEN=48121636

 

Lead Guitar:

Standard Tuning

Capo 2nd fret

 

(Intro and second verse)

 

Studio Riff: (all tabs relative to capo)

 

e-----------------------------------------

B-6-8-6-8-6-8------------------------

G-----------------7-8-7-8-7-8--------

D----------------------------------------

A----------------------------------------

E----------------------------------------

 

Live Riff:

e--------------------------------------------

B-10-12-10-12-10-12--------------------

G-------------------------9-11-9-11-9-11-

D--------------------------------------------

A--------------------------------------------

E--------------------------------------------

 

^remember that this is all hammer-ons and pull-offs

 

 

Chorus:

Lead: Strum the G and the B strings (also relative to capo)

 

e----------------------------------------

B--5--5--5---5--------------------------

G--6--2--6--4-------------------------

D----------------------------------------

A----------------------------------------

E----------------------------------------

 

*Although they tell you to strum it, Jonny actually just picks back and forth between strings.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vytDDBiPMRc]YouTube - Coldplay - Warning Sign - Glastonbury 2005[/ame] here's the video of warning sign at glasto 05. By watching Jonny you'll see that this tab is correct, but also use it to get a feel for the rythm with which Jonny's picks during the chorus.

 

The second chorus riff is the same as the first, just played an octave higher.

 

e-----------------------------------------

B--17--17-17--17-----------------------

G--18--14-18-16-----------------------

D-----------------------------------------

A-----------------------------------------

E-----------------------------------------

 

hope this helps ;)

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What is the point of using a capo, when no open strings are played?

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What is the point of using a capo, when no open strings are played?

 

"Chorus:

Lead: Strum the G and the B strings (also relative to capo)"

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It might help that the last two strings are the same pitch in the first chorus, but I think it's because the rythm guitar is capo 2, and it's easier if Jonny does any strumming.

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Would some be able to tab for me, Jonny's part to - No more keeping my feet on the ground???

 

thanks, in advanced

 

p.s. really liked the Warning Sign tab, works well and good training for hammer-ons and pull-offs

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^ you're welcome.

 

NMKMFOTG (wow, that looks kind of freaky) is a bit complicated, but I'll given you some now in the few minutes I have...

 

The intro with heavy delay.

 

e---2------------------5------4--------------2-------------------5---------7-------------

b---0------------------------- 0--------------0----------------------------- 0-------------

g---4---------4s6------------4--------------4---------4s6----------------9-------------

 

e---7-----------7-------5-------4-------------2------------------------5s12----------------2------

b---0-----------0-------0-------0-------------0------------0---------------0----------------4------

g---7-----------7-------6-------4-------------4------------4----6--------13----------------4------

 

 

The first prechorus is just strummed chords

 

E 022100 x2

 

F#7 x44320 x2

 

x2

and then...

 

B 799877

 

feeling generous today, here's the chorus based on the book:

 

 

chance... innocence...

D--------7------------8----------------11-------------

A-------------------------------------------------------

E--------5------------6-----------------9-------------

 

^just the chords play continuously (doesn't call for tremolo) in rythm to the song.

 

then...

 

this... my... chance no more keeping my feet on the...

e-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

b-------10--------9----9---------------11---11---12---11---11---11---11h12p11-----11---12---11---11---11h12p11---11---11----

g--------------------------------11-----11---11---11---11---11---11---11---------------11---------11---11---11-------------11---11---

 

end with another B chord: 799877

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I've got your back on this one. I took this one from the tab section of this coldplay tribute band website. They have some good tabs, although they get a lot of things wrong...but jonny's electric tab they got right.

http://www.thecoldplaytribute.com/index.cfm?CFID=126967516&CFTOKEN=48121636

 

Lead Guitar:

Standard Tuning

Capo 2nd fret

 

(Intro and second verse)

 

Studio Riff: (all tabs relative to capo)

 

e-----------------------------------------

B-6-8-6-8-6-8------------------------

G-----------------7-8-7-8-7-8--------

D----------------------------------------

A----------------------------------------

E----------------------------------------

 

Live Riff:

e--------------------------------------------

B-10-12-10-12-10-12--------------------

G-------------------------9-11-9-11-9-11-

D--------------------------------------------

A--------------------------------------------

E--------------------------------------------

 

^remember that this is all hammer-ons and pull-offs

 

 

Chorus:

Lead: Strum the G and the B strings (also relative to capo)

 

e----------------------------------------

B--5--5--5---5--------------------------

G--6--2--6--4-------------------------

D----------------------------------------

A----------------------------------------

E----------------------------------------

 

*Although they tell you to strum it, Jonny actually just picks back and forth between strings.

here's the video of warning sign at glasto 05. By watching Jonny you'll see that this tab is correct, but also use it to get a feel for the rythm with which Jonny's picks during the chorus.

 

The second chorus riff is the same as the first, just played an octave higher.

 

e-----------------------------------------

B--17--17-17--17-----------------------

G--18--14-18-16-----------------------

D-----------------------------------------

A-----------------------------------------

E-----------------------------------------

 

hope this helps ;)

hey thanks a lot! well yes this helped a lot! and apparentely, I was right about the intro when played live :o

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so no-one have a clue about lovers in japan?

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thanks heaps!...not the full song, but very well done in between...looks good from here...i'll check if any notes are missing.

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LIJapan is kinda one you make up for yourself, since its not even played on guitar.

 

I do capo 7th fret, D G A D or something like that. Its on youtube somewhere...

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^What do you mean not played on guitar? the sustained chords are played at the beginning are played by jonny on guitar.

 

xxx(14)(12)(15)x (same chord as weird fishes in higher octave :D )

xxx(10)9(12)x

xxx978x

xxx777x

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I added the chorus above ;)

cool! thank you so much again:)...you're a legend...i wonder if we can push him to give us the outro as well *long pause* just kidding:D

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if someone gived me the tab for the lead parts on swallowed in the sea I'd love this person to death

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so no-one have a clue about lovers in japan?

 

If this hasn't been answered yet come back in 1 hour and i'll have posted my interpretation, just need to finish my homework :)

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so no-one have a clue about lovers in japan?

I'm actually looking for a tab for the acoustic version of Lovers in Japan, anyone have it? Especially the guitar part in the acoustic version that emulated the piano, it sounds great.

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well be basically just plays the standard chords and presses down on the fourth fret of the G-string with his pinky. Chords are G, D, C, G.

 

for example D is played xx0232, alternating with xx0432 in rythm to the song.

 

C: x32000, x32400 etc.

 

I won't torture you with the G chord, hold down the high g if it feels comfortable when playing the riff.

 

the chorus is open chords Em, C, G, D (funny, sounds like another coldplay song off of the same album ;) )

 

after the chorus the chords are slighty different.

 

em7: 022030

C7: x32000

then G and D...

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what do you mean by torturing? what I play for lovers in japan rythm is

b-3 b-3

g-2 g-4

d-x then d-x

a-3 a-3

e- e-

 

after that:

b-3 b-3

g-2 g-4

d-0 then d-0

a-x a-x

e-3 e-3

 

well that's basicaly the intro and the whole song, I suppose you know the rythm, but is this accurate, or am I lacking some d notes with that 4th fret thing?

 

PS: Does anyone have an idea of the lead guitar on green eyes?

PS2: I know this is off topic, but I did not know where to ask, but why do many consider the solo on I wanna be sedated like very hard and one of the greatest ever? I mean sounds good but it's too simple, it's just e-0---

b-5---- many times... or am I wrong?

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