The Time Has Come Bridge

Its sometimes fun to do flashy stuff on the guitar, like this wah+tap thing I came up with for the bridge part of the Time Has Come.

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I used it once for service, and no one complained, though I did turn my volume down, so it might be usable - but do let the worship leader or band leader listen to it before you use it for service!

Here's the tabs, all the tapping is done on the E string (the thinnest string). Throw in some delay & wah (slowly depress the wah to get a 'sweeping wah' sound).

F#m
-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-
-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-

Bm
-11-5-2-11-5-2-11-5-2-11-5-2-
-11-5-2-11-5-2-11-5-2-11-5-2-

Dmaj7
-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-
-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-10-5-2-

A
-10-5-0-10-5-0-10-5-0-10-5-0-
E
-7--4-0-7--4-0-7--4-0-7--4-0-


I suspect this would be one of the most challenging lessons, so don't fret if you have trouble with it!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi, great playing there but just wanna ask, is it the delay that is causing the notes to ring over and over again or is it you're playing super fast-ly? cos 10-5-2 seems to be so far apart to play it at such fast tempo 0.0

kenny goh said...

Hi there,
Thanks for visiting. Every note is played, the delay is used to make the tone 'airy' and 'large'.

10-5-2 is far apart to play if you pick, but is ok if you tap on the guitar. If you're not sure about tapping techniques there should be plenty of resources on the internet.

Do come back soon!

Anonymous said...

ok thus all the notes that are in the clip, are they all played out or some of them are made by the delays?

kenny goh said...

All the notes are played.