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"Tell Me What it is" Graham Central Station Tab

Discussion in 'Tablature and Notation [BG]' started by brohar, Jul 3, 2005.


  1. brohar

    brohar

    Dec 29, 2004
    Cincinnati
    I cannot find this tab or sheet music anywhere. I just got this CD and damn this song has a cool groove. Can any one help me out? Also looking for "Can You Handle It" but probably can get that on my own.
     
  2. brohar

    brohar

    Dec 29, 2004
    Cincinnati
    Heres what I got so far:

    |-----------|-------------------------|
    |-----------|-------------------333s5|
    |-3 3 0---3-|-x 3333 0--3--3355------|
    |-------3---|---------3---------------|

    |--------------------------|
    |-------------3h5---------|
    |--------------------------|
    |-5p333-3h5x-----5p333---|

    Im not completely sure about the crawl to F but its close.

    Chorus is just a slap slide into C with octave then A and then A#. Maybe add a couple mutes at the end to mix it up.
     
  3. brohar

    brohar

    Dec 29, 2004
    Cincinnati
    Bump, Anybody? Just the main groove to "tell me what it is"?
     
  4. pauljacksonfan

    pauljacksonfan

    Jun 14, 2005
    Well man. There's not much to it. There isn't really a worked out bass line on this one as opposed to just about every other GCS song there is. Mostly he plays along the lines of this though:

    D----3----1-3-----
    A-----------------
    E0/1---------------

    That is, if memory serves me right. Whole thing's slapped popped of course. But really, you can get away with just about anything F7-ish on this one.
    Good luck