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Stand Back - Allman Brothers

Discussion in 'Tablature [BG]' started by oldrocker, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. oldrocker

    oldrocker

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    A couple of weeks back I asked for some help on a Allman Brothers song and you guys came through:

    http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f66/dont-keep-me-wonderin-1021362/

    I need help again on a different Allman Brothers song. This time its Stand Back.

    I have the little bass intro thing and most of the verse and the interlude part but I need help on what's played for the main E portion of the verse. It's very bouncy and my ear isn't very good but I hear something like b - d - e - d -e and then e down to lower octave e something e - e d b a g e, I thing this descending line might vary every other time through, maybe e - e d b a g eb

    Any help is appreciated - thanks guys :bassist:
  2. pmatz2

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    Not sure what you mean by the bouncy E part
    But if you mean the run from E to B at the end of every other 2 bar phrase in the verse

    1st time e g e g g# a a# b
    2nd time
    its just e g a and a rest

    If you tab out what you have It would be easier for me to fill in the blanks
  3. oldrocker

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    Thanks pmatz

    Yes, I mean the run from the E to the B at the end of every other 2 bar phrase in the verse. I also need how you get to the E before the run.

    For that I hear something like b - d - e - d - e or maybe d - b - d - e - d - e

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