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Old 2010-06-04, 02:23   Link #301
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Just put up this cover for My Love Is A Stapler. The version that Yui plays in the first episode of season 2.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fCy7gPYO1M

Moments after posting this I figured out a WAY better way to play a certain part of it.

At 1:08, that change from Bb to C works much better as

Spoiler for HURR:


I think it's pretty accurate but I know there are a few things wrong with it. If anyone has any comments or criticism lets hear it
I could tab it out of anybody wants. Though...my version on here isn't too much different than the great work everybody else on this forum has been doing.
Tab it Please
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Old 2010-06-04, 06:55   Link #302
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Your B and my Bm might be the same chord. In all honesty, I'm just using power chords! lol.

What is a G#m ? Tab that for me .
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Old 2010-06-04, 07:13   Link #303
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And to the guy needing to know a more accurate set of chords for the chorus, try these after the bridge. Just listen for the changes:

Bm D# G# F# Em F# G# A#

Like I was saying though, you can get away with just repeating the verse riff if you want, it still works, but the chord pattern above is more "correct".
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Old 2010-06-04, 17:40   Link #304
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Your B and my Bm might be the same chord. In all honesty, I'm just using power chords! lol.

What is a G#m ? Tab that for me .

Oh ok I see what you meant.
But yeah, the full chords as I hear them are:

Spoiler for bloop:
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Old 2010-06-04, 21:18   Link #305
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Your B and my Bm might be the same chord. In all honesty, I'm just using power chords! lol.

What is a G#m ? Tab that for me .
thanks alot guys !!! )
G#m is like this
Don't know how to tab but
It's like G# without using your middle finger )
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Old 2010-06-05, 14:19   Link #306
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Tab it Please
Well, here's how I play my version. Hope this helps...

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Old 2010-06-05, 20:46   Link #307
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Firstly, there is no English version being sold for the Band Score.
Secondly, music notation and tablature is basically universal so English is not necessity that is required. Yes, there are some special notations that they include for some parts of the song. However it should relatively easy to figure out what they mean if you listen to the song. As for the text the Band Score's mainly provide are notes and comments about the song say, with effects included. If you can't tell what effects are required for what parts of the song are needed you can ask us and we'll gladly translate it. But putting the tabs on a file such as Guitar Pro 6 is very hard process and requires great amounts of time and effort to produce a good tablature.

Also note that some people do produce tabs online on their own by just listening to the song. Usually their versions are a bit more accurate [IMO] than the official band score due to the variations they provide. However they usually produce it for the popular songs. The one you have requested is not as popular for tabs.

I recommend you purchase it online from whatever online retailer you choose you see fit because the Band Score helps a lot.
alright then thanks
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Old 2010-06-06, 00:01   Link #308
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So I got some work done on the YuiAzu remix of Fudepen.

Below is what Azusa is playing on the intro before the verse starts.
I also put the chords that Yui is playing on rhythm guitar above.



Spoiler for Boosh:



The rest is pretty easy and I can tab that out later.....but for now. Huzzah!
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Old 2010-06-06, 16:09   Link #309
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I'm liking this thread a lot.

I don't know the name of it, but does anyone have the opening song tabbed? >_o Watch that be already listed. LOL.
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Old 2010-06-06, 20:07   Link #310
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I'm liking this thread a lot.

I don't know the name of it, but does anyone have the opening song tabbed? >_o Watch that be already listed. LOL.
Season 1: "Cagayake! Girls"

Season 2: "Go! Go! Maniac"

They've both been tabbed out already, but only as Guitar Pro tablature.

--EDIT--

Just to clarify, while the tabs for both songs are only in the Guitar Pro format, only "Cagayake! Girls" has been tabbed out in full, not "Go! Go! Maniac".
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Old 2010-06-06, 20:08   Link #311
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I'm liking this thread a lot.

I don't know the name of it, but does anyone have the opening song tabbed? >_o Watch that be already listed. LOL.
haha it is tabbed
the first season op is called cagayake girls
the second season is called GO GO MANIAC!
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Old 2010-06-07, 03:48   Link #312
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Season 1: "Cagayake! Girls"

Season 2: "Go! Go! Maniac"

They've both been tabbed out already, but only as Guitar Pro tablature.
Mind to give a link for Go! Go! Maniac ? I cant seem to find a full version of it
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Old 2010-06-07, 07:55   Link #313
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Mind to give a link for Go! Go! Maniac ? I cant seem to find a full version of it
My bad, the song has not been fully tabbed out yet. Looks like I've got a post to edit...
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Old 2010-06-07, 09:42   Link #314
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For the verses/most of the song....

B D# G#m E F# sounds much more accurate to me. I think you might have switched up which ones were minor and major.
For The bridge, D#m, G#m, E, F# Would be more accurate
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Old 2010-06-07, 10:31   Link #315
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are D#m and D# in two diff worlds or something? would D# really be so wrong? hahaha. i've got my guitar in the shop so I can't play right now and find out!!! someone said G#m is just G# without the middle finger...is it the same for D#m?

love all the teaching/tips in this thread btw!!
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Old 2010-06-07, 11:32   Link #316
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are D#m and D# in two diff worlds or something? would D# really be so wrong? hahaha. i've got my guitar in the shop so I can't play right now and find out!!! someone said G#m is just G# without the middle finger...is it the same for D#m?

love all the teaching/tips in this thread btw!!
Sure if you play D# (Eb) as a barred chord like this:

---x---
---8--- Middle (Barre this fret)
---8--- Middle (Barre this fret)
---8--- Middle (Barre this fret)
---6--- Index (Barre this fret)
---x---

Then D#m (Ebm) is like that but with the middle finger:

---x---
---7--- Middle
---8--- Pinky
---8--- Ring
---6--- Index (Barre this fret)
---x---

Fret 7, string 2 is where your middle finger goes.

Same goes with all barre chords in that format.
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Old 2010-06-07, 21:00   Link #317
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it's easier for me to just play two fingered chords with index on the 6 and the ring on the 8. I'll check it all out when I get my guitar back though. thanks man.
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Old 2010-06-07, 23:00   Link #318
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I made a guitar cover of k-on season 2 episode 9 fude pen boru pen yuiazu mix

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRWcUQIgut0

for anyone who is interested in seeing it
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Old 2010-06-08, 02:40   Link #319
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I made a guitar cover of k-on season 2 episode 9 fude pen boru pen yuiazu mix

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRWcUQIgut0

for anyone who is interested in seeing it
Nicely done!
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Old 2010-06-08, 02:59   Link #320
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it's easier for me to just play two fingered chords with index on the 6 and the ring on the 8. I'll check it all out when I get my guitar back though. thanks man.
Indeed, if you're just playing the first two notes of the chord. It is just a power chord.

(beware, slight music theory coming up)

At that point its neither major or minor.

For example an A major chord looks like

|-5-|
|-5-|
|-6-|
|-7-|
|-7-|
|-5-|


The notes actually being played:

|-5-| A
|-5-| E
|-6-| C#
|-7-| A
|-7-| E
|-5-| A

A full A major chord would be the notes A C# and E

A minor would be

|-5-| A
|-5-| E
|-5-| C
|-7-| A
|-7-| E
|-5-| A

A C E

When you're playing the first two notes ( a power chord) or even the first three. The chord is neither major or minor as the only notes you're playing are A E A.
In the case of a lot of music and especially the K-on songs, the vocal melody, the basslines and especially the keyboards provide more definition to the chords by filling in the notes and for example Mugi is usually playing the full chords. Playing just the power chords gives it a much more powerful (hurr) and chunky sound.

But if you're playing these songs solo, you might want to try out using the full chords and you'll hear things quiet differently.
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