10 April 2011
I'm not sure how to write musical notation so I hope this isn't too confusing:
E1 D1 E B E D1 A E C#1 A
That's the best I could and I think it sounds pretty good.
Whenever I can figure out how to play a song on my own it's always pretty exciting. The only other Beatles song I've figured out was "I Am The Walrus" (D#1 C#1 F#1 B A D1 B, While simultaneously playing the same note one octave above.) I'm now trying to figure "Day Tripper".
Well anyway, it may not be that big of a deal to you guys, but I'm psyched. What do you think?
The riff of Day Tripper goes (notes): E, G G# B E D, B F# B D E. Then repeats that, up a perfect fourth, beginning on A. Not really sure if your Want To Tell You is right, can't decipher how you're noting it.
SHUT UP - Paulie's talkin'
10 April 2011
9 August 2011
Jackson, I agree with Paulsbass - there's no greater feeling than figuring out a song.
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