GARY MOORE PARISIENNE WALKWAYS TAB PDF

Choose and determine which version of Parisienne Walkways chords and tabs by Gary Moore you can play. Last updated on Parisienne Walkways – Gary Moore, the best guitar pro tabs and music sheets for guitar, bass, drums, piano and more! | “Parisienne Walkways” is a song by guitarist Gary Moore that reached number 8 in the UK Singles Chart in May The song is featured on Moore’s album.

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Login or Sign Up. Join the HC Newsletter. Anyone know Parisienne Walkways? I’m just getting into learning parisidnne tune, and it seems like txb fun song to play.

I have a good backing track for it, and I’ve learned the first couple of guitar solos straight through – but I also want to be able to put my own stamp on it. Trouble I’m having is, according to the tabs I’ve downloaded, the song is in the key of C. I’ve tried playing the C major scale, the A minor scale, and probably a few notes that belong to the key of Z scale.

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No matter what, I can’t seem to find that combination that would let me just jam along and come up with my own riff-tastic expressions. What key is this thing in, and what scale could I play in that would pretty much fit the song track throughout? It’s been a while a while since I played that tune a great song but if my memory is correct it’s in A minor.

I think you need a 59 LP to get it right. Originally posted by knotty I think you need a 59 LP to get it right Just happen to have one Now I just have to work on the facial expressions! Originally posted by Blackbelt1 I’m just getting into learning this tune, and it seems like a fun song to play.

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Am, the song is parisiehne Am, which is the relative minor of C major, so use the A Natural minor and the A minor pentatonic, although you need not play it all in one position at the 5th-8th frets. Originally posted by BORR4 It’s been a while a while since I played that tune a great song but if my memory is correct it’s in A minor.

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I haven’t played it since After this thread I went on a Gary Moore kick. I almost forgot how good a player he is.

Help: Anyone know Parisienne Walkways?

I’m not a big fan of his singing but he can just flat out rip it on guitar. And, the song is definitely in A minor. Here’s me faking my way through a Gary Moore blues backing track. I stopped listening to him when he started playing blues.

For some reason, Dm really works well. I can play the Dm scale in the Am position too gsry I can’t seem to play Cmaj or Am as a stand alone scale in this song and make it fit. Originally posted by Blackbelt1. Help FAQs Go to top. Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website. View the Media Kit.

Originally posted by knotty I think you need a 59 LP to get it right.