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Ellis Unit One Tabs

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                "Ellis Unit One    by Steve Earle

Intro 

Note on tuning :  Tune bass E and A strings down 2 steps to D and G, respectively.

This could also be played in standard tuning with a capo on the bottom 4 
strings (DGBe) only, leaving the E and A strings open.

capo 2nd fret : this brings the bass strings back up to E and A which matches with
                matellmon's chord tab.


Notes :  Above the tab are lines and numbers that tie notes together to give you an idea of the rythym.
         To get it to sound correctly you need to get a good alternating bass going.  All the 
         bass notes ( bottom lines in tab : D G D strings) are played with the thumb.  Everything
         else can be played with the index finger or a combo of index and middle, whatever is
         more comfortable for you.  Start slow and build the speed.  It sounds easy but its a bit
         tougher to play.  I have no idea how Steve (or anybody) can play like this and sing!

         The '*' above the 6th measure has a 3s2 : 3rd fret slide down to 2nd.  This is a quick slide.
         The whole 3s2 is done in the & beat.



    1      2  &   3  &   4  &      1      2  &   3  &   4  &     1      2      3  &   4  &
           ____   ____   ____             ____   ____   ____                   ____   ____
    |      |  |   |  |   |  |      |      |  |   |  |   |  |     |      |      |  |   |  |
e |-3----------------3----------|------------0-----------------|---------------------------|
B |-----------5-------------5--s|--2----------------2------2-s-|-3----------------3--------|
G |-----------------------------|------------------------------|-------------------------0-|
D |--------0-------------0------|---------0-------------0------|--------0-------------0----|
G |-----------------------------|------------------------------|---------------------------|
D |-0-------------0-------------|----------------0-------------|-0-------------0-----------|



                                                                 *
                         ____            ____   ____   ____   _____  ____   ____   ____
    |      |      |      |  |     |      |  |   |  |   |  |   |   |  |  |   |  |   |  |
e |-----------------------------|---------------------------|---------------------------|
B |-----------------------------|-----------3---------------|---3s2-----0---------------|
G |-------------------------0---|------------------0------0-|------------------0------0-|
D |--------0-------------0------|--------0-------------0----|--------2-------------2----|
G |-0-------------0-------------|-0-------------0-----------|-2-------------2-----------|
D |-----------------------------|---------------------------|---------------------------|




    _____         ____   ____          ____   ____   ____
    |   |  |      |  |   |  |   |      |  |   |  |   |  |
e |---------------------------|---------------------------|
B |---------------------------|-----------3---------------|
G |-0-h-2------------2------2-|------------------2------2-|
D |--------0-------------0----|--------0-------------0----|
G |---------------------------|---------------------------|
D |-0-------------0-----------|-0-------------0-----------|

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