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Down ~ Stone The Crow

Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by MN_Bass, Mar 18, 2009.


  1. MN_Bass

    MN_Bass Supporting Member

    Sep 21, 2008
    Minnesota
    I've seen some tabs, but I don't think they are that good... or maybe its my hearing loss...http://www.911tabs.com/link/?3685321

    Can anyone shed any light on this..


    Band: Down
    Album: NOLA
    Song: Stone the Crow
     
  2. Dunno if that is accurate as I don't know the tune but I've got a guitar pro of this and will email the sheet or tab if you like. Can also export a midi if thats any help? Pm me you email if needed.
     
  3. Bassmingo

    Bassmingo

    Nov 6, 2008
    Ireland
    i never learned this song on bass, it was one i preferred to play on guitar....and its been a long time since i played it BUT based on memory the guitars are not in standard tuning, so i'm guessing the bass isnt either. i cant remember the tuning, but its either down a step or a step and a half. try tuning DGCF and see how you go.....
     
  4. MetalDisciple12

    MetalDisciple12

    Aug 29, 2011
    I know this is an old thread but I'm hoping to find some bass tabs for STC myself...and the tuning is C#F B E like Early Black Sabbath. Hence why the band talks about "tuning down and Sabbing out"
     
  5. plamicus

    plamicus

    Apr 22, 2011
    Hi!

    I'm new here, just poking around... but I couldn't help but notice this thread. I just learnt Stone the Crow pretty recently.

    That tab you found looks pretty terrible, if I'm honest.

    What's more is I have a pretty good tab, PM me if you'd like it. I don't know that it's 100% accurate but it sounds okay, and fits in with the music well. It's a starting point at the very least.

    Originally I started in DGCF, but actually worked out I could play it in DADG much easier - so that's what is tabbed out at. Based on videos I've seen, and Rex Brown's love of the drop B tuning it wouldn't surprise me if he plays it in drop B, if you're worried about playing it 'exactly' like he does.

    Hope this helps. =)
     

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