Red Hot Chili Peppers: The Zephyr Song

Digital Sheet Music | Guitar Tab

Catalogue No: smd_h_0000000000092749
Format: Digital Sheet Music | Single Sheet
Published on: 09 December 2002
No of pages: 7
Language: English
Publisher: Hal Leonard
 
     
       

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        5
        All the chili peppers Tabs avaiable on musicroom.com are accurate. As with many of John Fruschanti's tunes, this apparently simple sounding piece poses something of a tecnical challenge for the left hand. From the very start the first chord requires a two fret stretch between the second and third finger and with the second chord there is a two fret stretch between the first and second finger. if you are not used to that kind of thing it will be difficult at first, could take six months. but when you've got it you will be happy and have greatly improved your abilities and potential. the strummed chords should not pose a big problem. the tiny solo is the easiest bit. well worth learning. Also musicroom.com is the least costly on the web for sheet music downloads that i've found
        Anonymous - (cork, Ireland)
        5
        As with many of John Fruschanti's tunes, this apparently simple sounding piece poses something of a technical challenge for the left hand. From the very start the first chord requires a two fret stretch between the second and third finger and with the second chord there is a two fret stretch between the first and second finger. If you are not used to that kind of thing it will be difficult at first, could take six months. But when you've got it you will be happy and have greatly improved your abilities and potential. The strummed chords should not pose a big problem. The tiny solo is the easiest bit. Well worth learning.
        Anonymous - (cork, Ireland)
        5
        All chili peppers music avaiable on musicroom.com the Tabs are accurate. As with many of John Fruschanti's tunes, this apparently simple sounding piece poses something of a tecnical challenge for the left hand. From the very start the first chord requires a two fret stretch between the second and third finger and with the second chord there is a two fret stretch between the first and second finger. if you are not used to that kind of thing it will be difficult at first, could take six months. but when you've got it you will be happy and have greatly improved your abilities and potential. the strummed chords should not pose a big problem. the tiny solo is the easiest bit. well worth learning. also musicroom.com is the least costly on the web for sheet music downloads that i've found
        Anonymous - (cork, Ireland)

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