Take it All (More Variations)

By David & Kenny
Here are some variations on Take it All... see here for more.

There are many ways of rearranging songs, and doing so brings a breath of freshness into often over-played songs, hope this helps get you started.


Intro, Verse I
This version uses power chords and octaves to give the song more punch & power, especially if you need to start it quickly from a previous praise song.



Tabs
Intro: play a B power chord, followed by
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-3-3s8-8-8--
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-1-1s6-6-6--
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Verse:
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-8------6s8s6s4----
---(x6)------------
-6------4s6s4s2----
-7-----------------

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-8------9s11s9s8----
---(x6)------------
-6------7s9-s7s6----
-7-----------------

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-8------6s8s6s4----
---(x6)------------
-6------4s6s4s2----
-7-----------------

Then power chords G#, E, and enter chorus.


Intro, Verse II
This version extends the delay effect used in the original.






David has kindly taken a photo of the two delay pedals he uses:

See here for some tips on using delay.

Tabs:

e-----9-----7-----6---7h11------------
B-0h7---0h7---0h7---0-----------------
G-------------------------------------
D-------------------------------------
A-------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------

e-----9-----7-----6-----6---6h7h6-----
B-0h7---0h7---0h7---0h7---7-------7---
G-------------------------------------
D-------------------------------------
A-------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

you have mistaken some tab..

For intro II, it's 9h11 not 7h9

on high E string according to your

vid.

Anonymous said...

for second intro - end - should be 9h11 not 7h11 :)

Jam said...

I think the dude who made the cool delay version made the best variation.