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From: "Solomon J. White"
Subject: TAB: Aeroplane by The Red Hot Chili Peppers
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AEROPLANE
by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Tablature by Solomon White ([email protected])
4-10-96
I worked this out yesterday--it's quite easy, actually.
Chorus part:
e--6--6--6--6--...----------6--6--6--6--...---------------
D--6--6--6--6--...----------5--5--5--5--...---------------
B--5--5--5--5--...----------5--5--5--5--...---------------
^ ^ ^ ^
I like pleasure... and music is my aeroplane.....
Verse part: (same chords, an octave higher.)
SM SM SM SM
e--18--18-18------18--18-18------18--18-18------18--18-18---
D--18--18-18------18--18-18------17--17-17------17--17-17---
B--17--17-17------17--17-17------17--17-17------17--17-17---
^ ^ ^ ^
The verse is more choppy or staccato, while the chorus is more smooth.
Listen to the CD for the correct rhythm. Now could a kind soul tab out
the solo? I'm working on it, but...
Solomon White
[email protected]
NOTATION GUIDE:
SM -- slightly muted
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^ -- up strum (high to low)




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