I posted this a short while ago but noticed a mistake in the tab so i corrected it and am reposting.
this is from Ralph's Short Life of Trouble album.
Ralph does what Ralph does, sticking to the melody trying to emulate the singer as much as he can.
the only things to watch for are the 1/8 slides or hammers with no accompanying note ,and the placement of the 1/4 notes and dotted 1/4 notes. But the biggest thing to watch for is in the second break where Ralph actually does a criss cross with his right hand in order to get the open 4th string instead of going to the open 1st which would be his normal thing to do. i listened to that part a dozen times to make sure he was doing that. sorry the pics arent that clear. been having issues .click on each photo and it might look better
Edited by - stanleytone on 07/04/2020 10:01:36
Hi Stanleytone, just catching up on my emails now. Thank you for posting this!!!!
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