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Freddie Hubbard tabs for Mr clean

Guitar tabs

"Mr. Clean"(guitar)
from the album Straight Life
Released:1970 CTI Records
Transcription:Dan May/DBMay75@aol.com

standard tuning
electric w/clean tone
key:Fm7

E-----13-13----13------------------------------------------
B--13-------16--------13-----------------------------------
G------------------------15-13----15-13--------------------
D------------------------------15-------15--13--(13)-------
A----------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------

E-----13-13----13--16--14----14----------------------------
B--13-------16------------17----17-14-16-14----------------
G-------------------------------------------16-13---15-16--
D----------------------------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------

E--------------------13-13----13---------------------------
B-----------------13-------16------13----------------------
G--15-13----13-15---------------------15-13----13-15-------
D--------15---------------------------------15-------13-15-
A----------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------

E--------------13-16-13------------------------------------
B--------13-16----------16----13-16------------------------
G-----15-------------------15-------13------------13-------
D--15------------------------------------13-13-13----15----
A----------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------
                                      repeat head then solo

That's the head! The song has a slow funk feel to it. George Benson is the
guitarist on this album for those who are interested. If you feel the octave
here is too high, simply shift to the 1st fret instead of the 13th and play
the same shape. As always, if you have any questions or comments, e-mail me.

Cheers,
Dan May
Toronto, Canada

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