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Signe
Hi all, this is really just a correction to the signe tab already on the site,
I just corrected the 3rd part as there was some line-changes missing in there.
So this is really an update for an update of Geir Fuskeland's version.

All the following is copied of the version by: "[email protected] (Bert
'Ernie' Van Vreckem)" except for the part 3 correction:

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Signe - Eric Clapton
From the Unplugged Album

 [Intro]
                  ................. ..........
                   1.2.3.         |  4.      |
       A   E/A       A       E/A  |     A    |
e|-------------0--|-----0---------||---------|-------------|
B|-----2----0-----|--2--------0---||----2----|----------0--|
G|-----2----1-----|--2--------1--o||----2----|-----1h2-----|
D|-----2----2-----|--2--------2--o||----2----|-------------|
A|--0-----0-------|--0-----0------||----0----|-------------|
E|----------------|---------------||---------|--0----------|

 [Part One:]
                   A                F#                  Bm             E
e||-----0----------|-----2-------------|-----2----------|-----0------------||
B||--2--------2p0--|----------------2--|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--||
G||o-2--------2----|--3--------3h4-----|--4--------4----|--1--------------o||
D||o---------------|--4----------------|----------------|-----------------o||
A||--0-----0-------|-------------------|--2-----2-------|------------------||
E||----------------|--2-----2----------|----------------|--0-----0---------||

 [Part Two:]
     A               D9/F#             D9/E              E7/A
e||-----0--------0--|-----0--------0--|-----0--------0--|-----0-------------||
B||--2--------2-----|--3--------3-----|--3--------3-----|--3--------3p2-0---||
G||o-2--------2-----|--2--------2-----|--2--------2-----|--1---------------o||
D||o----------------|-----------------|-----------------|------------------o||
A||--0-----0--------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------||
E||-----------------|--2-----2--------|--0-----0--------|--0-----0----------||

(Repeat Part One (only the stuff between ||: :||) and then Part Two)

 [Part Three:]
                                                    ....................
                                                     1.                |
     C#m7          F#m7               Bm               E               ||
e||--------4--4--|-----2--------2--|-----2----------|-----0------------||
B||-----5--5--5--|--2--------2-----|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--||
G||o----4--4--4--|--2--------2-----|--4--------4----|--1--------------o||
D||o-------------|-----------------|----------------|-----------------o||
A||--4-----------|-----------------|--2-----2-------|------------------||
E||--------------|--2-----2--------|----------------|--0-----0---------||

 ....................
  2.                |
    E               |  C#m7        F#m7              Bm               E
e|-----0------------|--4--4--4--|-----2--------2--|-----2----------|-----0----|
B|--0------------0--|--5--5--5--|--2--------2-----|--3--------3p2--|--0-------|
G|--1--------1h2----|--4--4--4--|--2--------2-----|--4--------4----|--1-------|
D|------------------|-----------|-----------------|----------------|----------|
A|------------------|--4--4--4--|-----------------|--2-----2-------|----------|
E|--0-----0---------|-----------|--2-----2--------|----------------|--0-----0-|


e|------------------|
B|--3p2-0-----------|
G|------------------|
D|------------------|
A|------------------|
E|------------------|

(Repeat Part Two)

[Part Four:]

    A   D9/F#  C#m7  F#m7      Bm               E
e|-----0-----0-----4-----2--|-----3----------|-----0------------|
B|--2-----3-----5-----2-----|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--|
G|--2-----2-----4-----2-----|--4--------4----|--1---------------|
D|--------------------------|----------------|------------------|
A|--0-----------4-----------|--2-----2-------|------------------|
E|--------2-----------2-----|----------------|--0-----0---------|

    A                F#                  Bm             E
e|-----0----------|-----2-------------|-----2----------|-----0------------|
B|--2--------2p0--|----------------2--|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--|
G|--2--------2----|--3--------3h4-----|--4--------4----|--1---------------|
D|----------------|--4----------------|----------------|------------------|
A|--0-----0-------|-------------------|--2-----2-------|------------------|
E|----------------|--2-----2----------|----------------|--0-----0---------|

 [Ending:]
                                                        .....................
                                                         1.2.3.4.5          |
     A               D9/F#             D9/E               E7/A              |
e||-----0--------0--|-----0--------0--|-----0--------0--|-----0-------------||
B||--2--------2-----|--3--------3-----|--3--------3-----|--3--------3p2-0---||
G||o-2--------2-----|--2--------2-----|--2--------2-----|--1---------------o||
D||o----------------|-----------------|-----------------|------------------o||
A||--0-----0--------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------||
E||-----------------|--2-----2--------|--0-----0--------|--0-----0----------||

 ......................
  6.                  |
   E7/A               |
e|-----0--------------|--5--||
B|--3--------3--2--0--|--2--||
G|--1-----------------|--2--||
D|--------------------|--2--||
A|--------------------|--0--||
E|--0-----0-----------|-----||

Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 08:05:53 -0500 (EST)
From: Scot Cunningham 
Subject: Signe tablature (fwd)


The tablature you submitted to OLGA for Clapton's Signe
was a great improvement over the unplugged_album.tab!
I tried it out last night and it really sounded more
like what's on the CD.  I tried one thing different
with it.  In Part Four, you had this:

    A   D9/F#  C#m7  F#m7      Bm               E
e|-----0-----0-----4-----2--|-----3----------|-----0------------|
B|--2-----3-----5-----2-----|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--|
G|--2-----2-----4-----2-----|--4--------4----|--1---------------|
D|--------------------------|----------------|------------------|
A|--0-----------4-----------|--2-----2-------|------------------|
E|--------2-----------2-----|----------------|--0-----0---------|

Instead of the D9/F#, I tried a G#7.  It sounded better to me:

    A    G#7   C#m7  F#m7      Bm               E
e|-----0-----------4-----2--|-----3----------|-----0------------|
B|--2-----4--7--5-----2-----|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--|
G|--2-----5-----4-----2-----|--4--------4----|--1---------------|
D|--------------------------|----------------|------------------|
A|--0-----------4-----------|--2-----2-------|------------------|
E|--------4-----------2-----|----------------|--0-----0---------|

It's a quick jump from the A to the G#7, but I made it easy after
a few tries.  I tried the A as a bar on the 5th fret, but went
back to the standard chord because it just sounded better and
played smoother.

Try it out and let me know what you think.

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Just to help out the reading of the tab. This was the way the
previous guy had meant it to be. Thanks for the tab.


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| h  Hammer-on
| p  Pull-off 

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About the artist behind Signe:

Eric Patrick Clapton, CBE (born 30 March 1945), is a English blues-rock guitarist, singer, songwriter and composer. He is one of the most successful musicians of the 20th and 21st centuries,[1] garnering an unprecedented three inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (The Yardbirds, Cream, and solo). Often viewed by critics and fans alike as one of the greatest guitarists of all time[2], Clapton was ranked fourth in Rolling Stone Magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time"[3] and #53 on their list of the Immortals: 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.[4]

Although Clapton's musical style has varied throughout his career, it has always remained rooted in the blues. Clapton is credited as an innovator in several phases of his career, which have included blues-rock (with John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers and The Yardbirds) and psychedelic rock (with Cream). Clapton has also achieved great chart success in genres ranging from Delta blues (Me and Mr. Johnson) to pop ("Change the World") and reggae (Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff"). Clapton also achieved fame with Derek and the Dominos through the hit song "Layla".

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