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The Dead Weather - Will There Be Enough Water Tabs

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Will There Be Enough Water Tabs

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                PLEASE READ: This song is purely improvisational, so I won't tab it out as much as 
just explain it.

The song is in G, the chords played on the keyboard are D - C - G
1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &
D_______________C_______________G______________________________

He also plays it on guitar in a few places:

e|---2-------0-------3---------------------------|
B|---3-------1-------0---------------------------|
G|---2-------0-------0---------------------------|
D|---0-------2-------0---------------------------|
A|-----------3-------2---------------------------|
E|-------------------3---------------------------|

Most of the song, I believe he's playing around with these 4 notes:

e|--------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------|
G|---0---2---3--------------------------------|
D|--------------3-----------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

Here's some examples to give you an idea.

e|--------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------|
G|--3p2p0-----3-3-0---------------------------|
D|--------3-3---------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

He sometimes bends the A#:

e|--------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------|
G|--3b5--3b5rb3p2p0---3-3-3p2p0---------------|
D|------------------3-------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

He does this lick a few times throughout:
e|--------------------------------------------|
B|--14b15rb14p12----12-12---------------------|
G|---------------13-------13------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

Pluck it gently and let this note ring when you hear that clanking sound throughout the song:

e|---2*---------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

If you have someone backing you with the chords or you're jamming with the song, the solos
should come pretty instinctively, but for me personaly, the G Dorian Mode sounds good with
song, don't be thrown off when you see the term Dorian Mode. All you do is add a note in 
places on the pentatonic scale where notes are 3 half steps away, add a note before
second note... If that makes any sense.

Skrew it... Here's a tab for the first position Dorian Mode in G:
(an octave higher, in the area the solos are played in)
e|-----------------------------------------------------------15--17--18---|
B|-----------------------------------------------15--17--18---------------|
G|-----------------------------------14--15--17---------------------------|
D|-----------------------14--15--17---------------------------------------|
A|---------------15--17---------------------------------------------------|
E|---15--17--18-----------------------------------------------------------|

I don't have guitar with me while I'm posting this, so sorry if some of the licks don't
good, or if I'm not at all being helpful or acurate... But if you read it this far, I
have taught you something, right?


Good luck.
            
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