Toast by Pat McCurdy Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Toast using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Pat McCurdy can also be played by that instruments.
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Toast by Pat McCurdy Ukulele Chords


Tabbed by Paxson Helgesen (a.k.a- Halo2rockstar14)
The song is in A, and it’s a basic Blues Jam.
This is by no means all perfect. It’s just how I
play it. I haven’t tabbed in forever, so “h” is
hammer, “/” is slide. Sorry, I’m too lazy to put
the lyrics.

Intro
Shown once, repeat until verse. Pat plays a full
E instead of a 5th while hammering, but my
fingers can’t do that easily. This is also used
during the “Hey Hey Hey, Ho Ho Ho…” part.


-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|
--2h4----2h4-----------------------|
--0------0------2----2h4-----------|
----------------h4-----------------|

I think he uses that D on the B string, but it’s
hard to tell if he’s muting or not on those high
presence Alvarez guitars.


-----------------------------------------------------|
---------------------3----3---------------3----3-----|
---------------------2h4--2h4-------------2h4--2h4---|
-2h4--2h4--2h4--2h4--0----0----2h4--2h4---0----0-----|
-0----0----0----0--------------0----0----------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|


---------------------------------------------|
---------------------------------------------|
---------------------------------------------|
--2h4--2h4--------------2h4--2h4--2h4--2h4---|
--0-----0------2---2h4--0----0----0----0-----|
---------------0h4-0-------------------------|

( Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/p/pat_mccurdy/toast_tab.html )
Chorus


--------------------------------------------------------------|
--------------------------------------------------------------|
--------------------------------------------------------------|
----------2h4--2h4-------------2h4--2h4-------------2h4--2h4--|
-2---2h4--0----0----2----2h4--0----0-----2----2h4--0----0-----|
-0h4-0--------------0h4--0---------------0h4--0---------------|

If I had a fork….


--2------2-----0---------|
--3------3-----0---------|
--2------2-----1--h2--1--|
--4------0-----2---------|
--4------------2---------|
--2------------0---------|

Repeat the F#, D and E then into the intro for
“hey hey hey, ho ho ho…”

Solo


-2---0------------------2----0---------------------------------------|
-3---2------------------3----2---------------------------------------|
-2---2------------------2----2---------------------------------------|
-----2---------2-------------2----2h4--2--0h2--0---------------------|
-----0-----0-/4-4-2--0-------0--------------------4h5--4--2h4--2--0--|
--------0h2----------------------------------------------------------|


--2----0------------2---0---0---|
--3----2-----10-----3---2---0---|
--2----2-----11-----2---2---1---|
--0----2----12------0 --2---2---|
-------0----------------0---2---|
--------------------------------|

Slide the last E up, then back to the intro. I
didn’t put strumming patterns in because well, I’m
just too lazy, and if you don’t have rhythm, a
strumming pattern won’t help;-) I hope this is of
some use to someone out there. Go to the officiial Pat McCurdy website
foreverything u need to know about this funny song writer!

To play the most songs, including Toast by Pat McCurdy 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 many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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