The Freedom We Know

Here's a variation of the Freedom We Know, from 'God of All'. As you can see, I'm struggling to on and off my delay, so this song is best played with one guitar with delay mostly, and another doing the rhythm stuff, as strumming chords with delay can get messy. I didn't bother to turn off my delay at the last part, you can see that the chords don't sound so distinct.



Also, I used an analog delay instead of my usual digital delay. The difference is that the repeated note sounds different - its more subtle. Its the most clear right at the end of the song.

Tabs
Intro
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-9-9-7-7-6--[x3]-9-9-6-6-7--------------
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-7-7-5-5-4-------7-7-4-4-5--------------
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Verse
With dotted 8th delay.
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---9-----9------
-9---9-7---7-6--
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In between, play C#m, D, then the intro minus the 'x3' portion.

Pre-Chorus
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---9---8-9-8--[x2]---9---8-9-8-----9--8-9s11---
-9---9-------9-----7---7-------7-7---7---------
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-------------------9---
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---9---8-9-8--[x2]-7--- then A chord
-9---9-------9---------
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Chorus
With wah & delay.
-0-2-4-[x5]-0-7-9-[x3]-0-2-4-0-2-4-0-2--
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Bridge
With delay
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---9---9---9---10---10-9---9------------
-9---9---9---9----9------9---9----------
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---9---9---9---10---10-9---9------------
-7---7---7---7----7------7---7----------
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---9---9---9---10---10-9---9------------
-6---6---6---6----6------6---6----------
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------------------9--
---9---9---9------9--
-7---7---7---7----7--
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Strum
-7--10--12--10---
-7--10--10--10---
-9--8---9---8----
-9--8-------8----
-7---------------
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7 comments:

Brian said...

i actually prefer how the chords at the end sound with the delay on. now this doesnt really work well with the power chords on the lower end but up high they sound really good.

Jon said...

Your delay sounded sweet I thought...

brian said...

sweet new version! what album is this? and where can i find it?

O Dog said...

It's from the God Of All album (English), from Hillsong Ukraine I think?

Chris said...

Hey Kenny,

could you find out what chord Nigel bends in this song...(I think it's the D chord on the pre-verses)

someone please confirm...

teejboy10 said...

i think i figured out what Nigel bends in the song
i think its this

----------10---------------------------
--------------------13b15----------------
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try it out it may be it

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