BAD HORSIE TAB PDF
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This song is played using a slide for parts of it. Part 1 First, look closely at the tablature. Once you have done that, take your whole hand off of the fretboard, and play the same three strings open once.
You will know when it sounds right. To tune your guitar to drop D tuning, first make sure your tuned to standard tuning. First, look closely at tan tablature. Now, practice with tba to hear that distinctive sound by pushing lighter or harder on the strings. Notice what is next. Begin by placing the slide on your 2nd finger.
Slides can be fun and if utilized well, they can be what makes the song sound like it should.
After that, now you are just playing the end of the measure with your 1st finger. Now instead of going from the fifth fret to the sixth fret, you just need to do the exact opposite and play it the same way. Play the same strings as you have from the beginning, and go from the second to the third fret, lift off your finger and play that once, then go back to the second fret. Steve Vai is hosrie pyrotechnic guitar genius.
Bad Horsie tab ver. 2 with lyrics by Vai Steve – Easy chords and tabs for guitar
In horeie D tuning the low E string is tuned horxie one whole step to D. After that you let off of the strings and play the notes open once. Seems much easier than it looks huh? You will need to perform this slide doing the same thing that you did when you started the riff, except this time you go from the seventh fret to the ninth fret on the same strings.
He used a slide for that song. The first measure starts you off playing a slide WITH a slide.
Part 2 For the second measure, you will basically be playing the same kind of arrangement, with just different frets. Here is where you will notice horsir the song is changing a bit on you. The trill is all on the tenth fret of vad same strings, so when you play the tenth fret, play it as fast as you can of course in time with the songand then slide down the neck.
You can use the audio clip below to tune your low E string to D for drop D horsiw. This enables the guitarist to play power chords with a single finger. Then you will go to the third fret of the same strings, back to the second fret, and then open one last time to finish this measure.
You then play the next notes open. What you hoesie want to do is slide it to the sixth fret on all of the same strings. Then you go back to what you just did on the seventh fret, but this time slide it to the tenth fret instead of the ninth fret.
Bad Horsie by Steve Vai Difficulty: Then you will want to go back to using your 2nd finger and play the second fret of the same strings we have used the whole time, and slide to the third fret of the same strings. You would think he would have gone back to the roots of most music and played out a few simple bas catchy chords and would have been done.
See the txb below. It is the same thing you did from the first gab that was a slide WITH a slide. Bad Horsie by Steve Vai. If you cannot find an actual slide around your house, you may find a glass bottle about the size of a beer bottle or an old-style coke bottle glass of course.
This song is in drop D tuning. If your favorite band uses drop D tuning and you want to experiment with this tuning, by all means do so.
For a song that sounds so harsh, ironically, it is about an old western showdown on horseback. Start by playing the last note of the first measure in the beginning of the second measure open notes on the same strings you used from the beginning.