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    Does anyone have a good tab for ripple.? Grateful Dead. Thx

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    Thank you! Love this song!

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    I haven't tried out that tab at all, but generally Ripple is played in G.

    You might have a look at this one for comparison: https://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/tab...e-tabs-1504408

    It looks like the intro is the same, but I'm confused by the chord notations...

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    So, I was hopeful when I found this, but alas......I am looking for the tab for the tremolo part, specifically from time index 1:37 to 1:54. Has anyone tackled that?

    Thanks,

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdInKissimmee View Post
    So, I was hopeful when I found this, but alas......I am looking for the tab for the tremolo part, specifically from time index 1:37 to 1:54. Has anyone tackled that?

    Thanks,

    Ed
    Not sure what the proper way to denote rhythm in tab is, but I think it's something like:

    Left mandolin:

    E----8---10---8-10--8----10---12---12----14---12--10---10
    A--------------------------------------------------------
    D--------------------------------------------------------
    G--------------------------------------------------------


    Right mandolin:

    E----5----7---5-7-5-------7----8----9----10----8---7---7-
    A--------------------------------------------------------
    D--------------------------------------------------------
    G--------------------------------------------------------


    Together, cause why not:

    E----8---10---8-10--8----10---12---12----14---12--10---10
    A---12---14--12-14-12----14---15---16----17---15--14---14
    D--------------------------------------------------------
    G--------------------------------------------------------

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    Tony Earth.....Thank you. Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yep2341 View Post
    The tab and the chord symbols are in different keys, G and Eb respectively (and, for some reason, the I and IV chords are given as D# and G#, instead of Eb and Ab)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph johansson View Post
    The tab and the chord symbols are in different keys, G and Eb respectively (and, for some reason, the I and IV chords are given as D# and G#, instead of Eb and Ab)!
    That site has a transpose function along the right side. The link has "transpose8" at the end of it. The untransposed version is correct:
    https://www.yourchords.com/332208/Gr...ple-ver-4-Tab/

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