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Throughout the tab, it goes into various time changes. This is to create time for the rakes during the song. (ie: Measure 6)
Throughout the tab, the tapping (T) symbol is used to symbolize the the thumb of the left had is being used to fret on the low E string.
Throughoug the tab, the wide vibrato symbol is used to show a 1/4 bend. If the 1/4 bend were used, it would sound weird on the midi playback. Exceptions were noted on the tab, with and "*exception", and "w/ bar" text.
The exception for the wide vibrato notation (see above) is a 1/4 bend, with a vibrato.
Measure 48 and 49:
The release is over 2 notes. On the midi playback, its apparent, but not in the appearance.
Bridge and neck:
SRV switches between the bridge and neck pickups during the song. The bridge pickup sounds more distorted than the neck pickup, so I put a combo of 2 guitars for each pickup, to attempt to emulate SRV's sound.
Feedback is in the lower staff, which isn't played during this measure.
Book + Me
Well, I'm standin' next to a mountain, chop it down a-with the edge of my hand. Well, I'm standin' next to a mountain, chop it down a-with the edge of my hand. Pick up the pieces 'n' make an island, might even raise a littlel sand. 'Cause I'm a voodoo chile, yeah. Lord knows, I'm a voodoo chile.
I didn't mean to take up all your sweet time. (I'll) give it right back to ya a-one o' those days. I didn't mean to take up all your sweet time. I won't see ya again in thie world. See ya in the next one, don't be late! Don't be late! 'Cause I'm a voodoo chile Lord knows, I'm a voodoo chile.