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Red Hot Chili Peppers, Road Trippin' Tabs (ver.2)

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Road Trippin' Tabs (ver.2)

Red Hot Chili Peppers Tabs
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                Guitar only, however, the bass plays a major role. 
The chord progression, as I see it, switches from E to C to B.  
No power chords, unless it\'s a barre chord. This song is fingerpicking,
and is basically a bass note followed by some higher strings between chord 
changes.    (one will need to adlib with the  finger picking)
   E-pick out of the formation
e-(0)-|------0--2---------0---| continue with
B-(0)-|--0----0----0--------0-| adlib until chord change.
G-(1)-|--------------1--------| The \"E\" is held for the same
D-(2)-|-----------------------|amount of time as the C and B combined.
A-(2)-|----2----2-------2-----| Hense, the change from C to B is fairly
E-(0)-|0----------------------|  rapid.

   C
e-(0)-|--0-----0--|     little adlib, if any
B-(1)-|----1-----1|     is necessary in the C or B
G-(0)-|-----------|     segments, you can hear where more
D-(2)-|-----------|     notes need to be
A-(3)-|3-----3----|
E-(X)-|-----------|

   B
e-(2)-|--2------2---|
B-(4)-|----4------4-|
G-(4)-|-------------|
D-(4)-|-------------|
A-(2)-|-4-----4-----|
E-(2)-|-------------|

For the Bridge, barre a D7 at the eleventh fret(the barre being on the 11), and continue
down ward frets, 10, 9, 8, and 7.  Then flow back into the normal pattern. 

Be sure to check some of my other tabs, like Easily, by the red hot chili peppers
Eric Anderon
            

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