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Old 20.11.2011, 09:07
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Since I see a lot of people asking for tabs but not finding any here I don't suppose it would do any harm to put a link to a site that has a lot of tabs along with reference notes for tuning and midi voices for playing along. This is to their Creedence page:

They aren't all perfect and they don't have Ooby Doobie yet but they are a great start for someone who is looking for some licks.

Sometimes after getting an idea of where some licks are played, watching a performer play it helps you figure it out. Here's a clip of John playing Ooby Dooby at a Roy Orbison tribute show. It's helped me figure out some of the lead.
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Originally Posted by nerdistmonk View Post
Thats because the CCR version of Ooby doobie was a note for note tribute, it was intended to sound exactly the same
I second this, if you learn the Roy Orbison original it'll be the same, just play it in E standard instead of however flat Orbison was in his original recording. The solo is pretty standard fare rockabilly stuff and those verses are really just open chords.
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dooby, ooby, tab

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