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Rolling Stones, Midnight Rambler Chords (ver.1)

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Midnight Rambler Chords (ver.1)

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|> Well, this is by no means complete TAB, but it's such fun just to play the intro that I figured I'd post it. Keith probably used some wierd tuning and played it completely different!  You might have to do some muting on that funny chord.

|> Also, I have no idea what the "real" key is on the record.


|>                                                      Marc


|>      Midnight Rambler


|> Opening riff:


|> -|-----------------5--5-----------------------------------------------

|> -|-----------------8--8-----------------------------------------------

|> -|-----------------7--7-----------------------------------------------

|> -|-----------------5--5--7--7--7--9--9--7--7--9-----------------------

|> -|--7--7--7--9--7--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5-----------------------

|> -|--5--5--5--5--5--5--5-----------------------------------------------

Should be:







        *This '9' is sometimes a '5' on the live version.







The 'A' chord (you're playing the 1-5-8 version with no 3rd --

not major or minor) is actually two chords, a suspension that

resolves to the major -- played at the 12th fret (drag).

Once it gets to the break, there's the two chord da Daahh da Daahh

stuff... those chords are



------7------5h6--          (Do various riffs here)




The 5'th fret on the D string is a min 7 interval making the

major a dominant 7.  The 5h6 is a hammer-on (gives it that

bluesy feel).



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