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Old 01.05.2016, 19:07
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I'm loking for the chords or tablatures of "Broken spoke shuffle" (1st) and "Glory be" (2nd).

If you can help me! How to play "broken spoke shuffle".

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Old 01.05.2016, 23:40
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I'm loking for the chords or tablatures of "Broken spoke shuffle" (1st) and "Glory be" (2nd).

If you can help me! How to play "broken spoke shuffle".

Thanks!!!!!
Welcome to the forum, people have asked for these tabs in particular, sadly not much has come of it,

the only thing i could find was a website that supposedly can get the chords from any recording it hears

https://chordify.net/chords/ccr-cree...uffle-richj005

try that, im not sure if its right or not.
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Gah! I can't find the tab. Broken Spoke Shuffle is A LOT like Cotton Fields, and remember that it was a demo. It starts off with the A-chord (in the shape of an F) at the fifth position. So it's the fifth string open and the fifth fret of the first string (High E). Then it goes up to G (in the shape of an F), and then for the last part of the intro it's A-E. The rest is mostly dancing around in the pentatonic scale. I don't hear the chimey Rickenbacker, so it's likely he's using his Les Paul. Glory Be is definitely the Rick.

This might give you an idea... http://www.tdpri.com/threads/ccrs-br...huffle.274566/

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