Here in Your Presence Revisited

In a previous post on the song, I used a capo to help get at certain notes. But many of you pointed out from videos on the song that the guitarist doesn't use a capo. I've reworked the 2nd half of the song, and here it is:



I've played it slower to make it easier to catch as well. Use dotted 8th note delay.

Tabs
-10--(x3)-12p10-(x3)-14p10-(x3)-12-12p10-----10---
---10-----------------------------------10-10--10-
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-10--(x3)-12--(x3)-14p10--(x3)-12-14-12-10-10-
---10-------10----------10--------------------
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-12p10---14p10--(x3)-15p10---14p10---12p10---
------10------10----------10------10------10-
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I sorta forgot how the solo went, and played it wrongly at the last part. The corrected portion is in bold:
-14p10---12p10------------------------------------
------10------10-10-10-10-10-10s14-14-14h15-15-17-
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4 comments:

guitar_pic said...

Thanks for the repost for the song. Does anyone else think the sudden stop right after the chorus seems weird? For me it would make more sense to go directly into the bridge.

ThatGuitarGuy said...

I actually love the stop a great deal. I think it adds a dramatic level to it and it allows them to build again so when it hits the peak of the bridge, it really feels like they've hit the top. If they stayed at the same spot and went right into the bridge, it would of felt flat as they had almost topped out by then.

The Remnant said...

hey what are your settings for your dotted 8th delay. I'm using a digital delay on a pod x3 live, but I can't get the settings right to sound like New Life for this part of the solo.

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