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Stairway to heaven Led Zeppeling

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E-------0-2-----2-|-0-----------------|---------2-----2-|-0-0-0-----------| B-----------3-----|---1--1--0 1-------|-1-----1---3-----|-1-1-1-----------| G-----0-------2---|-----2-------2-----|---0---------2---|-2-2-2-----------| D---2-----0-------|-3-----------------|-----2---0-------|-3-3-3-----------| A-3---------------|---------------0-2-|-3---------------|-----------------| E-----------------|-------------------|-----------------|-----------------| sign on she wants you know two meanings In a E-------5-7-----7-|-8-----8-2-----2-|-0---0-----0-----|-----------------| B-----5-----5-----|---5-------3-----|---1---1-----1---|-0-1-1-----------| G---5---------5---|-----5-------2---|---------------2-|-0-2-2-----------| D-7-------6-------|-5-------4-------|-3---------------|-----------------| A-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-2-0-0---0--/8-7-| E-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| tree theres a song times all of our mis given 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|-3---3-3-3--3--0-0-|-2-------2-------|-3--3-3-3--3--0-0---7-|--5---3---5----| |-1---1-1-1--1--1-3-|-3--3--3---3-0-0-|-1--1-1-1--1--1-1---8-|--7---5---7----| |-2---2-2-2--2--2-2-|-2-----------0-0-|-2--2-2-2--2--2-2---9-|--7---5---7----| |-2---2-2-2--2--2---|---0-------------|-2--2-2-2--2--2-2---0-|-------------0-| |-------------------|-----------------|----------------------|-------------0-| |-------------------|-----------------|----------------------|---------------| oooh makes me wonder theres a ------------------|------------------------|-----------------0--|--0--------| ---------1------3-|-0h1----------1---------|-------1---------0--|--1--------| -------0------0---|-----2-------2----------|-----0--------0--2--|--2--------| -----2------0-----|---------2--------------|---2--------0----3--|--2--------| -0h3------2-------|-------0----------0--2--|-3--------2------3--|--0---0-2--| ------------------|------------------------|-----------------1--|-----------| feeling when look to my spirit leaving in my whispered all call the tune then the piper will to reason & ----------------|--------------------|----------------0-|--0------|---------| -------1------3-|-0h1---------1------|-------1--------1-|--1------|----1---3| -----0------0---|-----2-----2--------|-----0-------0--2-|--2------|---0---0-| ---2------0-----|---------2----------|---2-------0----3-|--2------|--2---0--| -3------2-------|-------0------0--2--|-3-------2------3-|--0--0-2-|-3---2---| ----------------|--------------------|----------------1-|---------|---------| thoughts I smoke through voices of looking [goto %] new day those who forests will laugh - ter |-3--3-3-3--3p-0-0---7-|--5---3---5----|-3--3-3-3--3h-0-0-|-2-----2-2-2-2-0-0-| |-1--1-1-1--1--1-1---8-|--7---5---7----|-1--1-1-1--1--1-3-|-3-----3-3-3-3-0-0-| |-2--2-2-2--2--2-2---9-|--7---5---7----|-2--2-2-2--2--2-0-|-2-----2-2-2-2-0-0-| |-2--2-2-2--2--2-2---0-|----------0----|-2--2-2-2--2--2---|----0--0-----------| |----------------------|-------------0-|------------------|-------------------| |----------------------|---------------|------------------|-------------------| whoah |-3--3-3-3--3--0-0---7-|--5---3---5----| |-1--1-1-1--1--1-1---8-|--7---5---7----| |-2--2-2-2--2--2-2---9-|--7---5---7----| |-2--2-2-2--2--2-2---0-|----------0----| |----------------------|-------------0-| |----------------------|---------------|

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Am - x02210 I'll include the chords to play over Am7 - x02010 it they sound pretty open I think Fmaj7 - xx3210 its a 12 string. Am Am7 Fmaj7 |----------5---------------|------------------8--8-| |------------8-5-----------|-------------8b10------| |---7b9----------7-5---7p5-|-----------------------| |--------------------7-----|-7p5-------------------| |--------------------------|----8------------------| |--------------------------|-----------------------| Am Am7 Fmaj7 |--8b10---8--5 -----8--10-|-8-----------------------5-------| |---------------8b10-------|---10-8----8h10------------8-5---| |--------------------------|--------10-----------7b9-------7-| |--------------------------|---------------------------------| |--------------------------|---------------------------------| |--------------------------|---------------------------------| Am Am7 Fmaj7 |----------------------------|----5------------------------| |----------------------------|------8-5--------------------| |-5---7p5------------5---5-5-|----------7-5--7p5-----------| |---7-----7-5---5-7----7-----|-5------------7----7p5-7p5---| |-------------7--------------|---------------------------8-| |----------------------------|-----------------------------| Am Am7 |---------------------------------------------| |------------------------------------------13-| |---------10-------------------12----12-14----| |------10----12-10----10-12/14----14----------| |-8/12-------------12-------------------------| |---------------------------------------------| Fmaj7 |------------------------15b17-15-12----------------| |--15b17-15-13--15-13-13-------------15b17-15-13----| |------------------------------------------------14-| |---------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------| Am Am7 |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| |-13-15b17b15p13----13-15b17b15p13----13---15b17b15p13----13--15b17b15p13----| |----------------14----------------14------------------14-----------------14-| |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| Fmaj7 |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| |-13-15b17b15p13----13--15b17b15p13----13--15b17b15p13----13--15b17b15p13----| |----------------14-----------------14-----------------14-----------------14-| |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| Am Am7 hold bend |------------------------------------------15b17--| |-13--15b17b15p13----13---15b17b15p13----13-------| |-----------------14------------------14----------| |-------------------------------------------------| |-------------------------------------------------| |-------------------------------------------------| Fmaj7 |-b17b15-12---12--------------------------------15--| |-----------15---15--13----13-15-13---13--15b17-----| |-----------------------14----------14--------------| |---------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------| * this slide riff is another guitar and is actually played on the 1st string ------8/7---8/5---- / Am Am7 /---------\ Fmaj7 -----------------------------|-----------17----------------------------------| -15b17b15p13----13/12--13/10-|--------20----20-20----------------------------| -------------14--------------|--19b21-21----------19b21b19p17---19--17----19-| -----------------------------|--------------------------------19-------19----| -----------------------------|-----------------------------------------------| -----------------------------|-----------------------------------------------| Am Am7 Fmaj7 Am Am7 |--------------------|--------------------------------|--------------| |--------------------|--------------------------------|--------------| |-19b21--13/12 13/10-|--14b17--14b17-14--12--14--12-12b14------------| |--------------------|--------------------------------|--------------| |--------------------|--------------------------------|--------------| |--------------------|--------------------------------|--------------| Fmaj7 Am Am7 |-----------------------------------|----------8/7--8/5--| |-----------------------------------|--------------------| |-10b14----10b12b10-9-7----7--------|-7-9-7--------------| |-----------------------10----10----|-------10-7---------| |-----------------------------------|--------------------| |-----------------------------------|--------------------| Fmaj7 |----20-p17------20-p17------20-p17------20-p17------20-p17-----20b22-| |-17--------17----------17----------17----------17----------17--------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------| The two guitars continue into this section. Walloping (a technical term meaning hit very hard &) the strings using the full barre sounds pretty good. The lead basically follows the bass. You can do both (like you can tweak the slide riff with one guitar) I think i can probably tabascii the bass now, ive listened to it enough. But ive had it for this song!! unless someone really needs it please dont ask just yet.. Ive gotten transfixed by a few other zepplin tracks that where on the album, their slower more melodic stuff like no quarter down by the seaside etc.. Am G F G Am G F G |-5------------3----------------|-1--3-|-5------------3-------------|--1--3-| |-5------------3----------------|-1--3-|-5------------3-------------|--1--3-| |-5------------4----------------|-2--4-|-5------------4-------------|--2--4-| |-7------------5----------------|-3--5-|-7------------5-------------|--3--5-| |-7------------5----------------|-3--5-|-7------------5-------------|--3--5-| |-5------------3----------------|-1--4-|-5------------3-------------|--1--4-| And as we wind on down the road Our shadows taller than our soul Am G F G Am G |-5------------3-------------|-1--3--|-5------------3----------| |-5------------3-------------|-1--3--|-5------------3----------| |-5------------4-------------|-2--4--|-5------------4----------| |-7------------5-------------|-3--5--|-7------------5----------| |-7------------5-------------|-3--5--|-7------------5----------| |-5------------3-------------|-1--4--|-5------------3----------| there walks a lady we all know who shines w' light and to F G Am G --1-----------------------3--|-------------------------------| --1-----------------------3--|-------------------------------| --2-----------------------4--|-------------------------------| --3-----------------------5--|-------------------------------| --3----------3--5h7--5--3-5--|-------------------------------| --1----1-3h5--------------3--|-5---5--------3--3-------------| show how everything still turns to Am G F G Am G |---------------------5------------3-------------|-1--3--|-5------3----------| |---------------------5------------3-------------|-1--3--|-5------3----------| |---------------------5------------4-------------|-2--4--|-5------4----------| |---------------------7------------5-------------|-3--5--|-7------5----------| |-------3--5h7--5--3--7------------5-------------|-3--5--|-7------5----------| |-1-3h5---------------5------------3-------------|-1--4--|-5-5----3--3-------| gold and if you listen very hard the tune will come to u at

F G Am G F |--1------------------------|----------0-|---0-0-0-0-----| |--1------------------------|----------1-|---1-1-1-1-----| |--2------------------------|----------2-|---2-2-2-2-----| |--3------------------------|----------3-|---3-3-3-3-----| |--3----------3--5h7--5--3--|------------|---------------| |--1----1-3h5---------------|-5-5--3-3-1-|-1----------5-5| last when all __ yeah Am G Fmaj7 Am Am7/G Fmaj7 |-----------0-|-0-0-0-0------|--------8-10-----|-------------------------| |-----------1-|-1-1-1-0------|-8/10--------10--|--8h10p10----------3-3---| |-----------2-|-2-2-2-0------|-----------------|-----------------5b7-2---| |-----------3-|-3-3-3-0------|-----------------|---------------------3---| |-------------|--------------|-----------------|-------------------------| |-5-5--3-3--1-|--------------|-----------------|-------------------------| to be a rock roll__

Am Am7/G Fmaj7 Am Am7/G |----------------------0--|-------------------|-------------------------| |----5-------8------10-3--|-----13-------12---|-----13------12------13__| |--7b9----10b12--12b14-0--|--15b17----14b16---|--15b17---14b16---15b17__| |----------------------0--|-------------------|-------------------------| |-------------------------|-------------------|-------------------------| |-------------------------|-------------------|-------------------------| Fmaj7 |-----------------------------------------| |-13------12-------13------15-------------| |_17---14b16----15b17---17b19-------------| |-----------------------------------------| |-----------------------------------------| |-----------------------------------------|

slow Am Am7/G Fmaj7 |----------------------|-0---------------------------------------------| |----13------12-----15-|-1----13---------------------------------------| |-15b17---14b16--17b19-|-2-15b17---------------------------------------| |----------------------|-3---------------------------------------------| |----------------------|-----------------------------------------------| |----------------------|-----------------------------------------------| And shes buying a stairway to heaven @SONG: Stairway To Heaven

There's a lady who's sure All that glitters is gold And she's buying a stairway to heaven. When she gets there she knows If the stores are all closed With a word she can get what she came for. Ooh, ooh, and she's buying a stairway to heaven. There's a sign on the wall But she wants to be sure 'Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings. In a tree by the brook There's a songbird who sings, Sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven. Ooh, it makes me wonder, Ooh, it makes me wonder. There's a feeling I get When I look to the west, And my spirit is crying for leaving. In my thoughts I have seen Rings of smoke through the trees, And the voices of those who standing looking. Ooh, it makes me wonder, Ooh, it really makes me wonder. And it's whispered that soon If we all call the tune Then the piper will lead us to reason. And a new day will dawn For those who stand long And the forests will echo with laughter. If there's a bustle in your hedgerow Don't be alarmed now, It's just a spring clean for the May queen. Yes, there are two paths you can go by But in the long run There's still time to change the road you're on. And it makes me wonder. Your head is humming and it won't go In case you don't know, The piper's calling you to join him, Dear lady, can you hear the wind blow, And did you know Your stairway lies on the whispering wind. And as we wind on down the road Our shadows taller than our soul. There walks a lady we all know Who shines white light and wants to show How ev'rything still turns to gold. And if you listen very hard The tune will come to you at last. When all are one and one is all To be a rock and not to roll. And she's buying a stairway to heaven.

Subject: Stairway To Heaven (first part and the solo) Hi, Here's the first part of the complete stairway tab. The solo is at the end of it. When I've typed in the rest I'll post it. Meanwhile you can have a go with this.

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E---------2-----2-|-0-----0---------|---------------2-|-0-0-0-----------| B-------1---3-----|---1-----0-------|-------1-----3---|-1-1-1-----------| G-----0-------2---|-----2-----2-----|-----0-----2-----|-2-2-2-----------| D---2-----0-------|-3---------------|---2-----0-------|-3-3-3-----------| A-3---------------|---------0---0-2-|-3---------------|-----------------| E-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| E-------5-7-----7-|-8-----8-2-----2-|-0---------0-----|-----------------| B-----5-----5-----|---5-------4-----|---1---1-----1---|---1-1-----------| G---5---------5---|-----5-------2---|-----2---------2-|-0-2-2-----------| D-7-------6-------|-5-------4-------|-3---------------|-----------------| A-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-2-0-0-----------| E-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| E-------5-7-----7-|-8-----8-2-----2-|-0---------0-----|-----------------| B-----5-----5-----|---5-------4-----|---1---1-----1---|---1-1-----------| G---5---------5---|-----5-------2---|-----2---------2-|-0-2-2-----------| D-7-------6-------|-5-------4-------|-3---------------|-----------------| A-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-2-0-0-------0-2-| E-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| E---------2-----2-|-0-----0---------|---------3-----3-|-3^2-2-2---------| B-------1---3-----|---1-----0-------|-1-----1---0-----|-----3-3---------| G-----0-------2---|-----2-----2-----|---0---------0---|-----------------| D---2-----0-------|-3---------------|-----2-----------|-0---0-0---------| A-3---------------|---------0---0-2-|-3---------------|-------------0-2-| E-----------------|-----------------|---------3-------|-----------------| E-------0-2-----2-|-0-----0---------|---------2-----2-|-0-0-0-----------| B-----------3-----|---1-----0-------|-1-----1---3-----|-1-1-1-----------| G-----0-------2---|-----2-----2-----|---0---------2---|-2-2-2-----------| D---2-----0-------|-3---------------|-----2---0-------|-3-3-3-----------| A-3---------------|---------0---0-2-|-3---------------|-----------------| E-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| E-------5-7-----7-|-8-----8-2-----2-|-0---------0-----|-----------------| B-----5-----5-----|---5-------4-----|---1---1-----1---|---1-1-----------| G---5---------5---|-----5-------2---|-----2---------2-|-0-2-2-----------| D-7-------6-------|-5-------4-------|-3---------------|-----------------| A-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-2-0-0---0--/8-7-| E-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| E-------5-7---7---|----8-------2----|----0-------0----|-----------------| B----------5-5-5--|---5-5-----3-3---|---1--1----1-1---|---1-1-------3---| G-----5-----5---5-|--5---5---2---2--|--2----2--2---2--|-0-2-2-------0---| D---7-----6-------|-5-----5-4-----4-|-3-------3-----3-|-------------0---| A-0---------------|-----------------|-----------------|-2-0-0-------2---| E-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| Solo: E------5---------------|---------------8-8-|-8(10)-8-5------8-|10^8--------| B--------8^5-----------|---------8(10)-----|----------5/10----|----10^8----| G-7(9)-------7^5---7^5-|-------------------|------------------|---------10-| D----------------7-----|-7^5---------------|------------------|------------| A----------------------|----8--------------|------------------|------------| E----------------------|-------------------|------------------|------------| E------------5-------|---------------------------|---5---------------------| B-8^10---------8^5---|---------------------------|-----8^5-----------------| G-------7(9)-------7-|-5---7^5-----------5---5-5-|-0-------7^5---7^5-------| D--------------------|---7-----7^5---5-7---7-----|-------------7-----7^5---| A--------------------|------------7--------------|-------------------------| E--------------------|---------------------------|-------------------------| E-------|-------------------------------------|--------------------15(17)--| B-------|----------------------------------13-|-15(17)-15-13-15-13---------| G-------|-----10---------------12----12-14----|----------------------------| D-7^5---|---10--12^10--10-12/14---14----------|----------------------------| A-----8-|/12---------12-----------------------|----------------------------| E-------|-------------------------------------|----------------------------| E-15-13-----------------|------------------------------|------------------| B-------15(17)-15-13----|-13-15(17)15^13---------------|------------------| G--------------------14-|---------------14--//--//--//-|-//--//--//--//---| D-----------------------|------------------------------|------------------| A-----------------------|------------------------------|------------------| E-----------------------|------------------------------|------------------| E------------15(17)-|-12----12-------------------------------15-|----------| B---------13--------|----15----15-13----13-15-13----13-15(17)---|-(17)15^13| G-//--//------------|----------------14----------14-------------|----------| D-------------------|-------------------------------------------|----------| A-------------------|-------------------------------------------|----------| E-------------------|-------------------------------------------|----------| E----|----------17-----------------------------|---------|------------------| B----|-------20----20--------------------------|---------|------------------| G-14-|-19(21)---------(21)19^17----19-17----17-|-19(21)--|-14(15.5)-14(15.5)| D----|--------------------------19-------19----|---------|------------------| A----|-----------------------------------------|---------|------------------| 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Here is another version of Led Zeppelin's Stairway to heaven...

Led Zeppelin: Stairway To Heaven: 3X Am Cmaj7+5 C D Fmaj7 G Am E-------5-7-----7-:-8-----8-2-----2-:-0-------0-----:--------------: B-----5-----5-----:---5-------3-----:---1---1---1---:---1-1--------: G---5---------5---:-----5-------2---:-----2-------2-:-0-2-2--------: D-7-------6-------:-5-------4-------:-3-------------:-0-2-2--------: A-----------------:-----------------:---------------:-2-0-0--0-8-7-: E-----------------:-----------------:---------------:--------------: Am Cmaj7+5 C D Fmaj7 G Am E-------5-7-----7-:-8-----8-2-----2-:-0-------0-----:--------------: B-----5-----5-----:---5-------3-----:---1---1---1---:---1-1--------: G---5---------5---:-----5-------2---:-----2-------2-:-0-2-2--------: D-7-------6-------:-5-------4-------:-3-------------:-0-2-2--------: A-----------------:-----------------:---------------:-2-0-0--0-8-7-: E-----------------:-----------------:---------------:--------------: C D Fmaj7 Am C G P D E-------0-2-------:-0-----0---------:-------0-3----3-:-3-2---------: B-----------3---2-:---1-----1-------:-----------3----:-----3-------: G-----0-------2---:-----2-----2-----:-----0-------0--:-------2-----: D---2-----0-------:-3---------------:---2------------:-0-----------: A-3---------------:---------0---0-2-:-3-------2------:---------0-2-: E-----------------:-----------------:----------------:-------------: C D Fmaj7 Am C D G F E-------0-2-------:-0-----0---------:-------0------2-:-------------: B-----------3---2-:---1-----1-------:----------- 3---:-------------: G-----0-------2---:-----2-----2-----:-----0-----2----:-0-1-1-------: D---2-----0-------:-3---------------:---2-----0------:-0-2-2-------: A-3---------------:---------0---0-2-:-3--------------:-2-3-3-------: E-----------------:-----------------:----------------:-------------: 4X G Am7 DsusD Am7 G D C D C G E--3-3----0---:-2--2---:-3----0-:-7-5-3-5-:-----------------: B--3-1----1---:-3--3---:-1----1-:-8-7-5-7-:-------1-------0-: G--0-0----0---:-2--2---:-0----0-:-7-7-5-7-:-----0-------0---: D--0-2----2---:-0--0---:-2----2-:-0-0-0-0-:---2-------0-----: A--2-0----0---:--------:-0----0-:---------:-3-------2-------: E--3----------:--------:--------:---------:-----------------: Am C G F Am C G Am E-------0---------:-----------------:---------:-----------------:-----0------: B---------1-------:-------1-------0-:-1-1-----:-------1-------0-:------1-----: G-----2-----2-----:-----0-------0---:-2-2-----:-----0-------0---:----2---2---: D---2-------------:---2-------0-----:-3-2-----:---2-------0-----:--2---------: A-0-----------0 2-:-3-------2-------:---0-02--:-3-------2-------:0--------02-: E-----------------:-----------------:---------:-----------------:------------: 3X C G F Am C G Am DsusD Am G D C D E-----------------:---------:-----------------:-3--0-:-3-2--:-3-0-:-7-5-3-5-: B-------1-------0-:-1-1-----:-------1-------0-:-1--1-:-3-3--:-1-1-:-8-7-5-7-: G-----0-------0---:-2-2-----:-----0-------0---:-0--0-:-2-2--:-0-0-:-7-7-5-7-: D---2-------0-----:-3-2-----:---2-------0-----:-2--2-:-0-0--:-2-2-:-0-0-0-0-: A-3-------2-------:---0-0-2-:-3-------2-------:-0--0-:------:-0-0-:---------: E-----------------:---------:-----------------:------:------:-----:---------: DmD Am G D C D D C D E-3-2-:-3-0-:-7-5-3-5-:-2-:-0-2-3-:-0-2-3-:-0-2-3-:-3-2-:-0-0-0-0-0-:-0-2-3-: B-3-3-:-1-1-:-8-7-7-7-:-3-:-3-3-3-:-3-3-3-:-3-3-3-:-3-2-:-1-3-1-3-1-:-3-3-3-: G-2-2-:-0-0-:-7-7-5-7-:-2-:-2-2-2-:-2-2-2-:-2-2-2-:-2-2-:-0-0-0-0-0-:-2-2-2-: D-0-0-:-2-2-:-0-0-0-0-:-0-:-0-0-0-:-0-0-0-:-0-0-0-:-2-2-:-2-2-2-2-2-:-5-5-5-: A-----:-0-0-:---------:---:-------:-------:-------:-----:-3-3-3-3-3-:-------: E-----:-----:---------:---:-------:-------:-------:-----:-----------:-------: C G E-0-2-3-:-3-2-:-0-0-0-:-3-3-3-: B-3-3-3-:-3-3-:-1-3-1-:-0-3-0-: G-2-2-2-:-2-2-:-0-0-0-:-0-0-0-: D-5-5-5-:-5-5-:-2-2-2-:-0-0-0-: A-------:-----:-3-3-3-:-2-2-2-: E-------:-----:---------------:

-- Led Zeppelin - Stairway to heaven (Solo) Explanation: ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sl x Slide to x x B y Bend from x to y y RB x Release Bend from y to x y PO x Pull off from y to x

|-------5-------------------------------------------------------------------| |--Sl5----8-5---------------------------13-13-13B15-13-10-------13-B15------| |-------------7-5---7-5-----------12B14-------------------12B14-------------| |-----------------7-----7-5-------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------8-----------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

|------------------------------5--------------------------------------------| |-13-10--------------------------8-5----------------------------------------| |-------12-10-12B14--------7B9-------7-5-----------5-5-5-5------------------| |----------------------------------------7-5---5-7--------------------------| |--------------------------------------------7------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

|-5----------------------------------------------------5-8-10B12-10-8-10-8--| |---8-5----------------------------6-------------8-5-8----------------------| |-------7-5---7-5----------------5---7-5---5-7B9----------------------------| |-----------7-----7-5-7-5---7------------7----------------------------------| |-------------------------8-------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| +- Repeat 10 times <-+ |-15B17-15-13-------------------------------------------15B17---------------| |-------------15B17-15-13-------13-15B17RB15-13------13---------------------| |-------------------------14--------------------14--------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

|-12-15-12-------------------------------15---------------------------------| |----------15-13----13-15-13----13-15B17----B17RB15PO13---------------------| |----------------14----------14-------------------------14------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

|-------15-15B17-15---------------------------------------------------------| |-15B17-------------15B17RB15PO13-----13-15-15B17---12B13-12-10----10-12B13-| |---------------------------------14----------------------------12----------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| +- ~6 times <-+ |----------------------------------------20PO17------20B22------------------| |-12B12-10-9-7-5-7-5-7-7B9RB7PO5------17--------17--------------------------| |--------------------------------7------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN Page/Plant Chords above tabs is just a hint on how to place your fingers "4/6 V____" means barre over the first four strings on fifth fret Fmaj7 = 003210, C = 332010, Am = 002210, D = 000232, D4 = 000233 rit. = Ritardando (Gradually slower) / = slide up \ = slide down h = hammer on p = pick ] = 1/8 pause 4/4 Andante 4/6 V___________________ 4/6 II_ Fmaj7 G7 Am e|------5-7-----7-|8-----8-2-----2-|0---------0-----|----------------| H|----5-----5-----|--5---------3---|--1---1-]---1---|0-1-1-----------| G|--5---------5---|----5-----2-----|----2---------2-|0-2-2-----------| D|7-------6-------|5-------4-------|3---------------|----2-----------| A|----------------|----------------|----------------|--0-0-]-]-0/8\7-| E|----------------|----------------|----------------|3---------------| 4/6 V___________________ 4/6 II_ Fmaj7 G7 Am e|--------7-----7-|8-----8-2-----2-|0---------0-----|----------------| H|------5---5-----|--5-------3-----|--1---1-]---1---|0-1-1-----------| G|----5-------5---|----5-------2---|----2---------2-|0-2-2-----------| D|--7-----6-------|5-------4-------|3---------------|----2-----------| A|0---------------|----------------|----------------|--0-0-]-]-]-0-2-| E|----------------|----------------|----------------|3---------------| C D Fmaj7 C G D/D4 e|------0-2-----2-|0-----0---------|--------3-----3-|3p2-2-2---------| H|----1-----3-----|--1-----0-------|1-----1---0-----|3---3-3---------| G|--0---------2---|----2-----2-----|--0---------0---|------2---------| D|--------0-------|3---------------|----2-----------|0---------------| A|3---------------|--------0---0-2-|3---------------|--------]-]-0-2-| E|----------------|----------------|--------3-------|----------------| C D Fmaj7 C D Fmaj7 e|--------2-----2-|0-----0---------|--------------2-|0-0-0-----------| H|------1---3-----|--1-----0-------|------1-----3---|1-1-1-----------| G|----0-------2---|----2-----2-----|----0-----2-----|2-2-2-----------| D|--2-----0-------|3---------------|--2-----0-------|3-3-3-]-]-------| A|3---------------|------0-----0-2-|3---------------|----------0/8\7-| E|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------| rit. Am e|----------------| H|----------------| G|2---------------| D|2---------------| A|0---------------| E|----------------| <-Cut Line----------------------------------------------Max With 75------->

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...Barcelona in 1903 following the suicide of a close friend, “The Old Guitarist” is is a relatively still painting, showing a street musician in a moment of extreme suffering. On the outskirts of a consumeristic society as a non-producer, poverty and depression are a reality many artists have faced in the modern world. Picasso adeptly captures the tragic figure of the starving artist clutching his instrument, bowed by the pressures of life. The man is dressed in rags and looks as though he is blind, and yet the guitar is still the center of his being. With his deft use of color, space, shape and line, Picasso is able to elicit a surge of emotion from the viewer and make a statement about the nature of pain, suffering, and poverty in the life of an artist. Color is one obvious element Picasso uses to influence the viewer’s emotions. “The Old Guitarist” was painted during his “blue period” and has a monochromatic color scheme. The entire painting, except for the guitar, is in different shades of blue and gray. This does two things. First, the monochromatic color scheme flattens out the forms and makes them look more two-dimensional and less lifelike. The man in the painting looks close to death, almost frozen. The exception to this, the place that shows the most contrast and dimension, is the area of the neck, which is also closest to the bright spot of the head. Your eye is drawn to this light area and then travels down the neck. There the muscles are straining against a......

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