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My Bloody Valentine, Soon Chords (ver.1)

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Soon Chords (ver.1)

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'Soon' by My Bloody Valentine (K.Shields)


DISCLAIMER: This is by no means perfect...

To achieve a sound similar to that on 'Loveless', take the following
tab, add an Akai S9000 sampler, a load of compression, reverb and sundry
other effects, drums, bass, vocals, mix it in a pot, garnish lightly
with overdubs and and cook for 40 minutes at gas mark 6...

SOON
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VERSE

The basic riff, which appears in the intro, and I suppose ought to be
called the verse:

D-4--4--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-
A-4--4--4-4-4-4-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-    Repeat for a bit
E-2--2--2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-


CHORUS

By process of elimination, this bit must be the chorus. It's the bit
with vocals over the top of chord changes:

    F#sus2 Esus2 F# Asus2 Bsus2  E  F# Esus2 F#sus2 Esus2 F#
e----------------2----0-----2----0---2--------------------2--
B-----9-----7----2----0-----2----0---2---7-----9-----7----2-- Back
G-----11----9----3----2-----4----1---3---9-----11----9----3-- Into
D-----11----9----4----2-----4----2---4---9-----11----9----4--  The
A-----9-----7----4----0-----2----2---4---7-----9-----7----4-- Basic
E-----9-----7----2---------------0---2---7-----9-----7----2--  Riff


THE NOODLY FLUTE LINE BIT

Which isn't actually a flute, but either a sampled guitar or voice...

e-----9----11-------9---11-11-
B--11---11----11-11---11------


Make of that what you will. If anyone out there has *ANY* MBV tab,
puhhh-leeea-ssse-eeee send me a copy. Cheers.

JOn
            
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