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Another excellent song here. These guys were and still are so underrated. If you have a lady named Amanda. This will get you whatever you want I would think lol.
It was'nt very easy as it may look either. I thought it would be but with all the dubbed in guitars its hard to hear every single nuance. I think its pretty damn close though. The acoustic part is sometimes doubled by distortion guitar at a lower volume, and although the acoustic is hitting those strummed chords. The distortion guitar is just hitting the base barre chord usually. The riff right before the solo is an echo/delay effect, but I think they just doubled it in the studio because it is'nt exactly delayed the same way as the top staff solo part and since it climbs to higher frets during the solo. I take it it was in a different position. The acoustic is also doubled by a 12 string but I didnt have enough guitars to use it.
Chord names in parenthesis are held in chord form even though they may be single/double note picked.
Standard tuning all guitars
Great bassline these guys write. Talk about putting your mind into it. I always love the bass in Boston just as much as the guitar. I would'nt mind doing either part in a cover band. If you could only find a singer to sing that chit lol AHHHHHHHHHHHHH.
Also in the bass sometimes I hear a low dropped D note. Like 4 or 5 notes. I can't imagine him dropping down on this. Maybe he does I don't know or has a D dropper on his bass. I just put the higher octave note in place of these low notes. It seems to sound,feel and play fine to me.
I arranged the organ part for a harmonized guitar, but I used the flute midi patch. It sounded better, and besides. Most organs can make numerous different instrument sounds.
The rehearsal signs are a bit different in the bass than they are in the guitar. Thats because the bass does'nt repeat the 2nd chorus exactly like the guitar does. This is because of a musical direction switch that is used to shorten up the guitar score. Regardless all signs occur at their proper times between the scores.
Also the chord names in the bass score are not related to the overall tone. They only symbolize the tones that the organ is producing.
Standard E tunings
"Amanda" peaked at #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart in the Autumn of 1986.