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Mojo Pin Tabs (ver.1)

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Mojo Pin Tabs (ver.1)

Buckley Jeff
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                This is the way I play Mojo Pin, I never saw another transcription of it so
I don't think it will be errorless.....

When you play this with a slight distortion and no contour it will sound
like the sin-e EP. I also think he adjusted the tuning by lowering the low
E to D
If you do this these will be the chords..: X30213
                                           X00210
                                           060430
e:---3-----3-----0----------------------------------------------
B:-1---1-1---1-1---1-1-3p1--------------------------------------
G:--2-----2-----2-----2---2-------------------------------------
D:--------------------------------------------------------------
A:3-----3-----0-----0-------------------------------------------
D:--------------------------------------------------------------
That's the part of:"Lying in my bed....etc."
The 060430 chord is played at the end of the verse and from high to low.
I'm pretty sure about these cords, but the folowing chords were a little
bit more difficult to determine, so if you have a better idea, let me know:
3X3000
                                                                   000210
That's is the part where he sings :"don't want to weep for you...."
When he reaches the part of the rythems that fall it is:000210
                                                        000430
                                                        000230

Now come's the Black Beauty part. When he sings:"Black Beauty I love you
so" it is 000210, then when he starts to go wild he plays:
                                  X00210, X00430, X00760, X000
                                  X00210, X00430, X00760, X0090
                                  X00210, X00430, X00760, X00770

I'm writing this down without a guitar on my lap, so it could be that some
of the numbers are not exactly right, but you'll get the basic idea..
            
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