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Flapjacks From The Sky Tabs (ver.2)

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Flapjacks From The Sky Tabs (ver.2)

Gandalf Murphy And The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams
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Flapjacks From the Sky
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Tuning:
Standard Tuning:  E A D  G B e

Flapjacks Tuning*:C G Eb G C E
This open C minor tuning. The high e string can stay at e because you don’t really
play it

When you tune make sure to tune the strings that go up first, and then tune the strings 
go down because you'll less likely to break a string.


I based this tab on a tab made by alex dunckle who helped a ton
Thanks Alex!


Intro
                  *All Harmonics
D#|--------------------------------------------------||
C||---12*-----------------12*-----12*----------------||
G||------12*----7*-----12*------------12*------7*----|| x2
D#|---------12*----7*----------------------12*----7*-||
G||--------------------------------------------------||
C||-0----------------------------0-------------------||

D#|----------------------------------------||
C||-----0--3p0-2p0-------------------------||
G||---0------------3p0-2p0-----------------|| x4
D#|------------------------2p0-------------||
G||----------------------------------------||
C||--0-------------------------------------||


Verse:
                                  |   repeat this twice     |
D#|-------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||----0------0-------0-------0---|---0-3p0-2p0-------------||
G||--0--0---0---0---0---0---0---0-|-0-----------3p0-2p0-----||
D#|-------------------------------|---------------------2p0-||
G||-------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||-0-----0-------0-------0-------|0------------------------||

                                  |   repeat this twice     |
D#|-------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||----0------0-------0-------0---|---0-3p0-2p0-------------||
G||--0--0---0---0---0---0---0---0-|-0-----------3p0-2p0-----||
D#|-------------------------------|---------------------2p0-||
G||-------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||-0-----0-------0-------0-------|0------------------------||


                                       repeat this twice
D#|----------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||------5-------5-------5-------5---|---0-3p0-2p0-------------||
G||----5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5-|-0-----------3p0-2p0-----||
D#|----------------------------------|---------------------2p0-||
G||----------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||-/5-------5-------5-------5-------|0------------------------||

                                       repeat this twice
D#|----------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||------7-------7-------5-------5---|---0-3p0-2p0-------------||
G||----7---7---7---7---5---5---5---5-|-0-----------3p0-2p0-----||
D#|----------------------------------|---------------------2p0-||
G||----------------------------------|-------------------------||
C||-/7-------7-------5-------5-------|0------------------------||

Chorus:
D#|------------------------------||
C||------------------------------||
G||------------------------------|| x4
D#|------------------------------||
G||--7-6-5-3--7-7-6-5-3--0-------||
C||--7-6-5-3--7-7-6-5-3--0-0/7---||

After Chorus Riff:
    You can add lots of bends here to make it sound cool
D#|-------------------------------------------------------------||
C||-------------------------------------------------------------||
G||-------------------------------------------------------------||
D#|-------------------------------------------------------------||
G||--5-7—7b—5h7-8--5-7-8-12-8-7-5---5-7-7b-5h7-8---5-7-8-12---8-||
C||-------------------------------------------------------------||

Later in the song there's the intro harmonics w/ just each note played twice
except for the last two


I’ll try to find more of the song but that’s it for now

*the tuning is probably actually four frets down on each string, but that is really hard 
do and just a little bit easier to play.


-Adam Brunell
            
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