Anchors by The Amity Affliction Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Anchors using ukulele or guitar.
This song by The Amity Affliction can also be played by that instruments.
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Anchors chords has rhythm and included in Youngbloods (2010) album.
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Anchors by The Amity Affliction Ukulele Chords

Okay, my email is dmolo3@hotmail.com, email me if you have any questions, I may put up a
guitar pro tab or tutorial video so you can get the rhythms but I won’t unless you
email me. Tuning is Drop C# or from low to high C#, G#, C#, F#, A#, D#.
Intro (I HAVE SO MANY ANCHORS!!)
Both guitars:

D#-----------------------------------------------------|
A#-----------------------------------------------------|
F#-----------------------------1010 1010 1010 1010--|
C#10-10-10-10-12-12-12-12-8--xx8 8 xx8 8 xx8 8 xx8 8---|
G#10-10-10-10-12-12-12-12-8--888 8 888-----------------| 8 xx8 8 xx8 8 Repeat once then into
C#10-10-10-10-12-12-12-12-8--888 8 888 8 xx8 8 xx8 8---|

This bit: (They’re pulling me under)
(Listen for rhythm and repeat this twice)


D#---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#10-10-10-10-12-12-12-12-88888888-12-12-12-12-12-10-10-10-10-10-10-12-12-12-|
G#10-10-10-10-12-12-12-12-88888888-12-12-12-12-12-10-10-10-10-10-10-12-12-12-|
C#10-10-10-10-12-12-12-12-88888888-12-12-12-12-12-10-10-10-10-10-10-12-12-12-|

Okay this next bit is palm muted power chords whilst the other guitar plays a little
riff underneath, listen for the rhythm. (Too long, tinder and twine…)
Guitar One:


D#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#00-00-00-00-0000-00-00-00-3333-6666-8-88-8888-88-88-88-88-10101010-12121212--|
G#00-00-00-00-0000-00-00-00-3333-6666-8-88-8888-88-88-88-88-10101010-12121212--|
C#00-00-00-00-0000-00-00-00-3333-6666-8-88-8888-88-88-88-88-10101010-12121212

Play this twice.

Guitar Two:
Repeat the following riff till the chorus starts.


D#-------------------------------------------------------|
A#-------------------------------------------------------|
F#-------------------------------------------------------|
C#00-10-0-12-0-5-0-7-0-5-0-3-0---------------------------|
G#-------------------------------------------------------|
C#-------------------------------------------------------|

Here’s the chorus:
Both guitars


D#-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#--------------------------------------------------------------7-1010/9-|
C#00000000000000-33333333-3-10101010-1010-888888888888-55555555-x-x-x /x-|
G#00000000000000-33333333-3-10101010-1010-888888888888-55555555-5-8-8 /7-|
C#00000000000000-33333333-3-10101010-1010-888888888888-55555555----------|

Play twice, but on the second time, instead of playing the octaves, continue the power
chords on the fifth frets.

Intro again, then the verse, then the following bit after “I still want to grow”, and
before “I was dead and gone”
Both guitars:


D#-----------------------------------|
A#-----------------------------------|
F#-----------------------------------|

C#5555555-88888888-55555555-88888-10-|
G#5555555-88888888-55555555-88888-10-|
C#5555555-88888888-55555555-88888-10-|

Then chorus.

Bridge:
Guitar one only (Couldn’t figure out the second one)


D#--------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#--------------------------------------------------------------17-18-|
F#---/17--------------------------/17--14-17-17/19~-19p17~17h14-------|
C#15~----15/14/12~12h14~14~15~-15~------------------------------------|
G#--------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Solo/Breakdown:

Guitar One


D#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#777777777-7-77-7/17171717171717-1010101010-9999-7777777777-799999-910101010101010101010-|
C#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
1017171717171717-14141414114-1717171717-1919191919191919-191717171717-171414141414-22-21--|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar Two



C#00000-000-0-00-0-1010101010-101010-10-1010-10-88888-888-8-88-88888888-81010101010-|
G#00000-000-0-00-0-1010101010-101010-10-1010-10-88888-888-8-88-88888888-81010101010-|
C#00000-000-0-00-0-1010101010-101010-10-1010-10-88888-888-8-88-88888888-81010101010-|

Play this twice.

Back to chorus.

The end!!!

To play the most songs, including Anchors by The Amity Affliction by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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