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LAZY - An Original Tune

Charles Gacsi (42523) · [archive]
Style: Rock/Pop · Level: Advanced · Tempo: 80
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

This page gives a few notes regarding the second page of tab.

In measure 19 there are three chords needed. Two on the first half and one on the second half of measure 19. The groove cannot set a chord on each beat.

So I inserted a rest. The chords Bb7 and A7 are made via the sequencer for the first two beats. Since they move chromatically, these chords would clash via the groove maker making unintentional distortion.

On the written music for "LAZY" there is a DS sign. That means return to the point where it is seen again.. In this tune it would be at the beginning .... the first page of TAB.

The second time thru the music continues to the end and ignores the DS.

The DS can be observed or not observed.

There are two measures of silence. That is where the DS would have been. If you choose to ignore the DS ... then move from measure 20 directly to measure 23 playing the last two measures for the final ending.

The last two measures is really a coda. A final ending to a composition.