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Pipeline, The chantays

From: (Hugh R. Williamson, World Maritime University, Malmo, SWEDEN) Subject: TAB: Pipeline (corrected) PIPELINE (corrected version) -I found an old tape of mine with Pipeline on it, and I guess my memory wasn't quite as good as I thought (no smart cracks from the under 16 contingent please) So I ran through it a couple of times through it, and combined with the lead line posting from Al Kossow (thanks Al), I think this version is pretty close to the original. Two additional comments. It sounds like the Chantays had three guitars, an electric piano, bass and drums. One Guitar played the chords, one handled the reverb plucking and E-string staccatto slide, and one handled the lead line. The electric piano did the melody on the bridge, and the high notes at the end of each verse. I've put in a guitar part for this. It should be possible for two guitarist to cover most of the music as transcribed. The problem would be switching the tone and effects while playing the different parts. The rhythm guitarist can handle the piano parts, since it's mostly chord forms. "Since no else has taken up the challenge I have decided to reach deep into memory and attempt to tabulate the version that I best remember, as played by the Chantays. It hit the charts in 1962. To produce the proper SURF sound, you'll need a couple of Fender JazzMasters, any colour so long as it's white. I know the Ventures played sunburst, but they were from somewhere too far north, and while the Surfaries played Salmon Pink Fenders, there is a story that while they appeared on the Album cover it was actually the Champs who played on the record. Next, you'll need a proper spring Reverb unit. Unfortunately the new digital units don't produce the proper crashing sound when you drop them. All good surfing songs started with a "reverb kick", a sound discovered by the first kid who accidentally kicked his amp over(probably a Deluxe Reverb), while imitating Dick Dale But I digress... ==================================================== Pipeline: ================================= 2nd Lead & Rhythm Guitar Parts ================================= The second lead should be played with the heel of the right hand partially muting the strings, which are "plucked" with the pick. The guitar should be played through a spring reverb unit, turned up to 12 or 13. 1-intro.: |--------------------------------------- |--------------------------------------- |-KICK THE REVERB----------------------- |--------------------------------------- |--------------------------------2-2-2-2 |-18-15-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3--0-3-0-3- E string staccato slide (while picking mandolin style) (i.e. up & down as fast as possible) 2: 8 bars of the E-A string plucking) |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |--2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2----- |-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3------- 1&2&3&4& (4 bars) (4 bars) dudududu 3: Enter the rhythm guitar Em Em Em Em |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |--2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2----- |-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3-0-3------- 1&2&3&4& (4 bars) (4 bars) dudududu (Play the chord once per bar, with a slow upstroke) 4: Start of the Melody (lead line) BARS 1-4 Em(1-4) Am(5-8) |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |----------------------2-2-2-2--------- |--2-2-2-2------------0-3-0-3---------- |-0-3-0-3------------------------------ Repeat Repeat 1&2&3&4& (4 bars) (4 bars) dudududu (Play the chord once per bar, with a slow upstroke) 5: Chorus (I suppose we can call it that) B B C BABAB B C BABA |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |7777-777888-75757777-777888-7575------ 1&2&3&4&1&2&3&4&1&2&3&4&1&2&3&4& (8 picks per beat- i.e. dudududu) (When I listen to the fast picking on the E string B AB ABAB AB ABAAm |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |7-57-5757-57-5755-18 11 10 9 etc.----- E-string slide repeat 6: The Bridge During this part, the second lead guitar plays a continuous staccato on the E-string following the chord changes, which are played in the barr position. It finishes with an E-string slide into the first verse again. Am G F G Am G F Em |--------------------------------------- |--------------------------------------- |--------------------------------------- |--------------------------------------- |--------------------------------------- |-55--33---11---33---55----33--11---00-18 1&2&3&4& (4 bars) (4 bars) dudududu The actual picking pattern on this section sound to me like: 1&2&3&4&5&6&7&8& X XXX XXX XXXXXX ================================= MELODY PART ================================= Part 4: The lead breaks in Lead Guitar: Em |-------------------------------------- |--------------------------12---------- |------------------------12--14-12----- |---02024024242020-----14-------------- |--2---------------2------------------- |-------------------------------------- (Play the last part as an Em barr on the 12th fret) Am |-----------------------12----12------- |---------------------13----13--13----- |---020242024242020-14----14------14--- |--2---------------2------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- (Play the last part as an Am barr on the 12th fret) Part 5: B C B ABA B C B Am |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-44 5 4 242 44 5 4 2424242424242422 |-------------------------------------- |--------------------------------------- 6:BRIDGE: Lead guitar: Am G F G |-------------------------------------- |-------55--------33--------110-------3 |------5--754----4--542----2---23----4- |--77-7------55-5------33-3------55 5-- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- Am G F Em |-------------------------------------- |-------55--------33------------------- |-5----5--754----4--542----020--------- |--77-7------55-5------33-3---32------- |-------------------------------------- |---------------------------------12-11 E slide OR if you want to try and copy the piano part. (play these parts as Am and A form barr chords starting at the 12th fret) Am G |----------12--------------------10------- |--------13--13-12---12--------12--12-10-- |14-14-14---------14---12-12-12---------12 |----------------------------------------- |----------------------------------------- |----------------------------------------- F G |------------8-8-7---------------10-10----- |10--------10-----10-12--------12-----13-12 |--10-10-10------------12-12-12------------ |------------------------------------------ |------------------------------------------ |------------------------------------------ Am G |------------12--------------------10------- |13--------13--13-12---12--------12--12-10-- |--14-14-14---------14---12-12-12---------12 |------------------------------------------- |------------------------------------------- |------------------------------------------- F Em |-----------------------7-12-7--------- |-10--------8-10-8-----8------8-------- |---10-10-10 -----10-9---------9------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------- (for the Em chord play it on the 7th fret and use your pinkie to play the high E (12)) ====================================== Last Verse: ====================================== Play the first part all over again, and then finish with one last staccato slide and a final slow Em chord, downstroke and full tremolo. Then call in a day, and hit the beach. Hugh R. Williamson Internet: WMUHRW@GEMINI.LDC.LU.SE Compuserve: 71760.1453@COMPUSERVE.COM WELL: HUGHRW@WELL.SF.CA.US MAIL: PO Box 292, Debert, Nova Scotia CANADA B0M 1G0

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Album : Hit Diary 1963 Volume 6

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