Island Rescue – Guitar Tab

Posted by (twitter: @fydo)
April 27th, 2010 10:22 am

TAB: Island Rescue (LD17)
By: Fydo

I dunno if anyone cares, but for the guitar enthusiasts in the compo, you might enjoy a tab of the song I made for Island Rescue. :)


/ = Slide
~ = Vibrato

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-----5-------------------------5----------
---7---5-/-3-/-5-/-3-/-5-----7----5~~-----
-5-------------------------5--------------

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-----5------------------------------------
---7---5-/-3-/-5-/-3-/-5--5-/-7-/-5-/-3---
-5--------------------------------------5-

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-------10------------------------------10-------------------
----12----10-/-8-/-10-/-8-/-10------12----10~-10-/-12-/-10--
-10------------------------------10-------------------------

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-------10--------------------------------------------
----12----10-/-8-/-10-/-8-/-10---10-/-12-/-10-/-8----
-10-----------------------------------------------10-


5 Responses to “Island Rescue – Guitar Tab”

  1. jovoc says:

    awesome … talk about src code… thx..

    FWiW my music was just repeating Am, Am, F, Em, ad naseum, the bass (which was really just the guitar dropped an octave using a ChiliDog pedal) just mostly playing the root of each chord, and the “lead” was just noodling using the killer “The Sawtooth” sound on ThumbJam on the iPhone. With gratuitous effects thrown on everything.

  2. jovoc says:

    ps. what do you think of the GuitarPort thinggy? Is it useful? Can it work without their software?

  3. fydo says:

    It’s pretty nice as a low-latency input. If I’m feeling fancy I can record multiple tracks and play along with myself and it all lines up after the recording is done. I can’t say the same for my little ol’ Soundblaster.

    It does require the use of their Gearbox software, which does feel a little bloaty, but it comes with a pretty good range of effects. I’m happy with it :)

    Hooray for music!

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