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    Default El Condor Pasa

    I'm working on Mike Lynch's arrangement of El Condor Pasa in Am. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5x3D4_EYeU

    In the comments to his video he makes reference to posting tab. Where would that be?

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    I tabbed it out somewhere in my files ...ill have a look for it and post it !
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    No need to do it for me anymore.

    I've finally worked it out by watching Mike's clip more times than I care to admit.

    Thank you though!!!!!

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    Ok, I have a huge request of you, my ukulele brothers and sisters.

    I have the Mike Lynch arrangement worked out, but I now need help on Simon and Garfunkle's introduction. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WuG35Tbrtbw

    What is the chord progression of the tremelo(sp?) and what are the notes played - transposed to Am for the uke?

    My daughter and I are working on it. One of us will play the tremelo while the other plays the notes.

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    I tabbed it out somewhere in my files ...ill have a look for it and post it !

    Ooh Yes please!!

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    Thank you TonyI!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arw View Post
    No need to do it for me anymore.

    I've finally worked it out by watching Mike's clip more times than I care to admit.

    Thank you though!!!!!
    Can you still post the tabs for us less talented uke players please? This sounds like a good one to learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkee View Post
    Can you still post the tabs for us less talented uke players please? This sounds like a good one to learn.
    I don't have the tab. If we both keep begging, someone will post it.

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    I have the S&G sheet music and I wrote out the tab tonight for it. If you want these PM me. The tab is reasonably easy to do from the sheet music. But a lot of people can't read notes so I tabbed them. I need to put some chords in the rests and rewrite it so people can use it. I have been playing it on the fiddle for years. The sheet music is in G and he only uses G, C and Em so it should not be difficult to play.

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    what I forgot to mention is to play it in G you need a low G string. The best way to do this is replace the high G with a classical guitar D string like savarez or pro arte. Everyone really should have one uke tuned to gCEA right?

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