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Montrose, One Thing On My Mind Tabs (ver.1)

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One Thing On My Mind Tabs (ver.1)

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                Montrose
Montrose
1973

Played on Two guitars: #1 Distortion and # 2 Distortion w/phaser.

Solo should be played in a G minor pentatonic/Blues scale

If any one knows or can figure out the solo please post!

Great song off of an Amazing Album that every guitarist should know

If anyone notices any corrections please tell me and I will fix it best I can

I am sorry this isnt perfect but it is my first tab

Enjoy!


Riff A

e|-------------3-------------------|
B|-----3-------3-------------------|
G|-----3h4--------5--3-------------|
D|--5-------5-----5--3h4-----------|
A|--5--------------------5-3---5---|
E|--3------------------------5-----| Play this 6 times

Riff B

e|-------------8----------------------|
B|-----8-------8--10--8---------------|
G|-----8h9--------10--8h9-------------|
D|--10-----10-------------10-8----10--|
A|--10-------------------------10-----|
E|--8---------------------------------| Play this once then repeat Riff A 3 more times

Chorus

e|-------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------|
G|--------------------12vvvv-----|
D|--5-7-5-7--7-9-7-9--12vvvv-----|
A|--3-3-3-3--5-5-5-5--10vvvv-----|
E|-------------------------------| V= Vibrato

Bridge

e|----------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------|
D|--7-9-10-9--7-9-10-9--3-------0-2-55-33-22-2p0------|
A|--5-5-5--5--5-5-5--5--3---0-2------------------3----|
E|----------------------5-----------------------------|
Play twice, then once starting on C instead of D, then once more from D.
            
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