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Old 10-20-2005, 09:09 AM
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Default The Water is Wide (Guitar Tab)

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Anyone has the guitar tabs for 'The Water is Wide'?

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Old 10-20-2005, 10:34 AM
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...Anyone has the guitar tabs for 'The Water is Wide'?
Hi C.S....
Ed Gerhard has a book with a great arrangement which is sold through
Acoustic Music Resource

This is a dangerous site as it sucks money from my account frequently...and I am happy while forking over the dough.
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Old 10-20-2005, 01:47 PM
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here are some chords for ya..
http://www.dylanchords.com/00_misc/water_is_wide.htm
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Old 10-20-2005, 08:22 PM
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Hi,

Anyone has the guitar tabs for 'The Water is Wide'?

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The version I play on my music page (I cut it short tho) is from Mark Hanson's
"Great American Tab Book." It has a ton of songs in it and
comes on a cd with the tabs in PDF format. For the money it is a great
value.

Great American Tab Book
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Old 10-20-2005, 08:24 PM
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Hi C.S....
Ed Gerhard has a book with a great arrangement which is sold through
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This is a dangerous site as it sucks money from my account frequently...and I am happy while forking over the dough.
Oh yeah. I can see why, LOL. Thanks for the link lj.
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A link to chords

http://getsome.org/guitar/olga/main/...er_is_wide.crd
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Old 10-21-2005, 07:29 AM
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The version I play on my music page (I cut it short tho) is from Mark Hanson's
"Great American Tab Book." It has a ton of songs in it and
comes on a cd with the tabs in PDF format. For the money it is a great
value.

Great American Tab Book
Oops, I think the version I played is from another of his books. I have to
double check. Sorry -senior moment, LOL.
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I have heard different players playing different versions of the same song.
Anyone has a mp3 source and guitar tab on that particular source?
It will help me alot in this.

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I have heard different players playing different versions of the same song.
Anyone has a mp3 source and guitar tab on that particular source?
It will help me alot in this.

C.S
Maybe I should be more specific. I am looking for guitar instrumental on this song and the guitar tabs.

Thanx!!

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Old 10-21-2005, 12:37 PM
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I think you can find it at Mark Hanson's site at www.accentonmusic.com

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Found this on a google search...

http://www.elmcmeen.com/transcriptions/waterd.PDF
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I can e-mail you the Eric Roche instrumental version in DADGAD if you would like or you could buy his book The Acoustic Guitar Bible which has the tab and CD.

http://www.superbookdeals.com/cgi-bi...2089376&bisac=
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Old 10-21-2005, 11:32 PM
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You can email to me.
And if anyone has the mp3 source of the song, it will be very helpful too.

Thanx!

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Old 10-21-2005, 11:35 PM
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So far the one I am impressed by the playing of this song in Kronbauer's website. That's why I decided to find this song.
Think there will be many versions of playing, right?
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You can email to me.
And if anyone has the mp3 source of the song, it will be very helpful too.

Thanx!

C.S

No problem i will scan it and mail it ; i think you will need the recording as well though and the book has both.
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