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Kent Viles


From:
Colorado, USA
Post Posted 22 Sep 2017 6:34 pm     Reply with quote

Hi, anyone know of Tab for Giant Steps E9?? Thanks!
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Steve Hitsman


From:
Waterloo, IL
Post Posted 23 Sep 2017 6:21 am     Reply with quote

Just the head? Give me a little time and I'll give it a shot. I assume you don't want 'Trane's solo tabbed.
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Kent Viles


From:
Colorado, USA
Post Posted 23 Sep 2017 6:55 am     Giant Steps Reply with quote

Yes, just the head Chord Changes. Very kind of you to give it a shot!
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Brint Hannay


From:
Maryland, USA
Post Posted 23 Sep 2017 1:17 pm     Reply with quote

Here's my take. I think of the tune as having two parts.

Part 1:
Tab:

F# -
D# -
G# -
E  - 14 ---10-------------- 6 ----------------
B  - 14A ------10A -- 6A -- 6A --- 10A-- 10 --
G# - 14B --10--10B -- 6 --- 6B --- 10B-- 10 --
F# - --------- 10---------- 6 -----10---------
E  - --------- 10 ----------------------------
D  - ------10 ------- 6 ---------- 10 -- 10 --
B  - -----------------------------------------


F# -
D# -
G# -
E  - 10----6--------------- 2---
B  - 10A-------6A ----2A ---2A--
G# - 10B---6---6B ----2 ----2B--
F# - ----------6 -----------2---
E  - ----------6 ---------------
D  - ------6 ---------2---------
B  - ---------------------------


Part 2:
Tab:

F# -
D# -
G# -
E  -  ------------6 -------------------10--- 
B  -  6A ---6 --- 6A-----10A ----10----10A--
G# -  6B----6 --- 6B-----10B ----10----10B--   
F# -  ------------6 -------------------10---   
E  -  --------------------------------------
D  -  6 ----6------------10 -----10---------
B  -  --------------------------------------


F# -
D# -
G# -
E  -  ------------14-----------------18------14----14
B  -  14A---14A---14A----18A---18A---18A-------------
G# -  14B---14----14B----18B---18----18B-----14B---14
F# -  ------------14-----------------18--------------
E  -  -----------------------------------------------
D  -  14----14-----------18----18------------14----14
B  -  -----------------------------------------------
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Kent Viles


From:
Colorado, USA
Post Posted 23 Sep 2017 2:21 pm     Giant Steps Reply with quote

Excellent!! I so appreciate that! My guitar shop is busy right now but I voiced the first 4 chords and seems like you nailed it. All the best to you! Kent
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Kent Viles


From:
Colorado, USA
Post Posted 24 Sep 2017 12:12 pm     Giant Steps Reply with quote

Yep Brint, you got it. Nice job.
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Marc Muller


From:
Neptune,NJ USA
Post Posted 24 Sep 2017 5:19 pm     Do it like this Reply with quote

it's easier.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTYzYpb1MY0
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Kent Viles


From:
Colorado, USA
Post Posted 24 Sep 2017 6:01 pm     Giant Reply with quote

Hahaha, great. I played straight ahead sax for 30 years, never seen this.
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