Led Zeppelin – The Ocean tab ver. 2


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From: peugh@wam.umd.edu (General Napolean)
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 1992 03:27:09 GMT

   			The Ocean  
				by Led Zeppelin

You repeat that a couple of times. In some of the repeats of that part there's this thing that Page throws in there. It's just a bunch of Palm Muted C's(5'th string 3rd fret). Also you can substute the 5's for open's on the next string, but i think Page plays it with 5's Main Riff You use the following chords. They're barre chords, but i don't know they're specific names(i.e. Gsus5). But I know the roots, so that'll have to do. Chord EADGBE D 5577xx C 3355xx A 577xxx G 355xxx The riff goes... DDDD CCCC AGADDDD Please excuse the messiness of the intro, i did it using VI and i'm not very proficient at vi. Date: Mon, 27 May 1996 21:07:42 -0400 From: Chad Dickerson This song is The Ocean by Led Zepplin. The very last notes where you slide down, I believe that they are right. I am not sure but I do not have a les paul to get the exact sound so I don't know. Riff A Play 4 times.
When the singing comes in you play 4 chords. D,C,A,G.
e--------------------------------------------------------------------\B--------------------------------------------------------------------|G-7-7-7-7--5-5-5-5-----------5-7-7-7---------------------------------|D-7-7-7-7--5-5-5-5--7--5--7--5-7-7-7---------------------------------|A-5-5-5-5--3-3-3-3--7--5--7--3-5-5-5---------------------------------|E-------------------5--3--5------------------------------------------/Riff B
The last part consists of 2 chords D and E. I believe this is right but it is hard to hear and I don't have one of those things that slows it down or that you can set just to hear rythym or whatever. This is how I play it. The strum is eighth notes for 4 beats. 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and. Then switch.
e--------------------------------------------------------------------\B-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3--5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-----------------------------------|G-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-----------------------------------|D--------------------------------------------------------------------|A--------------------------------------------------------------------|E--------------------------------------------------------------------/ D E
I am not sure about this either cause I don't have anything to slow this down but this part where it slows down is out of a penatonic scale in E starting in 7th position.
You know how many times it is played. That is jus how I play it. So that's it. If you have any cool tab or like guitar or whatever E-mail me at chadd@eastky.com
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