Main Titles (failed by Kyle Eastwood Ukulele Chords

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This song by Kyle Eastwood can also be played by that instruments.
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Main Titles (failed by Kyle Eastwood Ukulele Chords

Soundtrack: Letters from Iwo Jima
Song: Main Titles
Tabbed by Dan
Difficulty: Novice

Tuning: Standard (EADGBE)

Usually, I’d prefer tabbing Pearl Jam or post-rock instrumental stuff like Mogwai
but this is the first song I learnt 2 years back when I started learning keyboard.
I could not find any tabs on the net and thought of creating one.

Its an amazing song and even more so when heard when watching the movie.
If you also play keyboard/piano than I suggest you find someone to play this along
or record it on the keyboard and play it along with the guitar if you are playing it alone.

Also an excellent tab for beginners trying to learn by themselves since
there are no bends and slides.

Playing it on acoustic guitar sounds pretty nice. If you own an electric,
put the reverb to 5-6, bass 7, treble 7. middle 6, distortion down to a minimum
and make sure the sound inclines towards more bass with some echo.(Basically, make it
like an acoustic).

Listen to the song a few times to understand the timing of each note.


e|---------------8-8-|-----8-13----12-8~~|------------8-7----|-------------------|x2
B|-------8---10------|-10----------------|-10-8----10-------8|~~-6---------------|
G|7---10-------------|-------------------|------10-----------|-----7~~~~~--------|
D|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
e|--------10-8-------|-------------------|--------10-8-------|-------------------|x1
B|--------------10~~-|-11--8-10~~~~~~----|--------------10~~-|-8-10--------------|
G|7---10-------------|-------------------|7---10-------------|-------10-9~~~~~---|
D|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|

Here, note that, for this part and the next just below,
the song can be played on
B or e whichever sounds better to you.
(I usually play it on string e)

(Part.1)
( Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/k/kyle_eastwood/main_titles_tab.html )


e|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|x1
B|-15--17-16~-----20-|-18-22-17~~------15|-16.17-22-20~~~~---|-15--17-16~-----20-|
G|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
D|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|

[/////////////////////]
OR

\\\\\\\\\\


e|-10--13-12~-----15-|-13-17-12~~------10|-12.13-17-15~~~~---|-10--13-12~-----15-|x1
B|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
G|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
D|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|

(Part.2)


e|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|---------------8-8-|x1
B|-18-22-17~~~~~---13|-17-16-15~~~~------|-------------------|-------8---10------|
G|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|7---10-------------|
D|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|

[/////////////////////]
OR

\\\\\\\\\\


e|-13-17-12~~-------8|-13-12-10~~~~------|-------------------|---------------8-8-|x1
B|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------8---10------|
G|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|7---10-------------|
D|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
e|-----8-13----12-8~~|------------8-7----|-------------------|-------------------|x1
B|-10----------------|-10-8----10-------8|~~-6---------------|-------------------|
G|-------------------|------10-----------|-----7~~~~~--------|-------------------|
D|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
A|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|

This is the main riff that is played out throughout the song.
I believe the song is played on a piano accompanied by piano chords.
For all of you who play keyboards. set the tone of your keyboard to something like Grand
similar.

Any hate mails, comments, and suggestions to abstruse.tulip@gmail.com
This is 100% my work.
If anyone wants to post corrections, email me the corrections with your name and I’ll
them in this tab.

hope you enjoyed playing it! 🙂

To play the most songs, including Main Titles (failed by Kyle Eastwood by ukulele, the most important 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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