Aadat by JAL - ATif aslam guitar tabs

Discussion in 'Hindi Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by kushal1991, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. kushal1991

    kushal1991 New Member

    Standard Tuning
    Intro ; ( 2x )
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|----------4------4------4------4-----------------------------------|
    g|-----6------6------6------6------6---------------------------------|
    d|---6---6------6------6------6------6-------------------------------|
    a|-4-----------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    This is the first arpeggio . After playin this twice he plays another
    arpeggio , which is slightly diferent.
    ( 1x )
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|----------5------5------5------5-----------------------------------|
    g|-----6------6------6------6------6---------------------------------|
    d|---6---6------6------6------6------6-------------------------------|
    a|-4-----------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    Basically the second arpeggio is played once everytime after the first arpeggio is
    played twice.
    Then the vocals come in after which he plays these 4 chords. Listen to the song to figure
    out the
    rhythm.
    ( 2x )
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|------4-----5-----4-----5------------------------------------------|
    g|------6-----6-----6-----6------------------------------------------|
    d|------6-----6-----7-----7------------------------------------------|
    a|------4-----4-----4-----4------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    After these chords are played once the lead electric guitar plays this.
    ( 1x )
    e|----------0--------------------0-----------------0----------0------|
    b|-2--0--2-----2--0-----2--0--2-----2--0------0-------0-------0------|
    g|------------------------------------------2---2--------2----2------|
    d|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    a|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    Then comes the verse/chorus.

    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|------5-----4-----2-----4------------------------------------------|
    g|------6-----4-----2-----4------------------------------------------|
    d|------6-----4-----2-----4------------------------------------------|
    a|------4-----2-----0-----2------------------------------------------|
    e|-----------------------------------=-------------------------------|

    The second lead part comes during the verse.

    e|-------4----7--4--------4----7--4----------2------4------5---------|
    b|---5-----5----------5-----5------------2-----2------2------2-------|
    g|-6---6------------6---6--------------2---2-----2------2------2-----|
    d|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    a|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    e|-------4----7--4--------4----7--4----------2-------2---------------|
    b|---5-----5----------5-----5------------2-----------2---------------|
    g|-6---6------------6---6--------------2---2----2----2---------------|
    d|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    a|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    Then he plays the verse again after which he plays the solo.


    e|-4--5--4-4-4-----------------------------------------------4--5--4-|
    b|---------------7--5--4-4-4---4--5--4--2--5-5--5h7--5---------------|
    g|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    d|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    a|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|


    e|-4--7--9--7--9s11--9--7-7-7--5h7--5--4--2--------------------------|
    b|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    g|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    d|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    a|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    During the solo this is played in the background.

    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|---------5-------------4-------------2-------------4---------------|
    g|-----6---6---------4---4---------2---2---------4---4---------------|
    d|---6-----6-------4-----4-------2-----2-------4-----4---------------|
    a|-4-------4-----2-------2-----0-------0-----2-------2---------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    After this , this is played together with the verse.
    ( 2x )
    e|-7--7--7-9--9-9---7--7--7-9--9-9---7-7--5--5-5--5-7--7-7--7-7------|
    b|-5--5--5s7--7-7---5--5--5s7--7-7---5-5--3--3-3--3s5--5-5--5-5------|
    g|-6--6--6-8--8-8---6--6--6-8--8-8---6-6--4--4-4--4-6--6-6--6-6------|
    d|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    a|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    Then comes the part with the distorted power chords.
    ( 2x )
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    g|-6-6-6-6-6-6-6---6-6-6-6-6-6-6---2-2-2-2-2-2-2---4-4-4-4-4-4-4-----|
    d|-6-6-6-6-6-6-6---6-6-6-6-6-6-6---2-2-2-2-2-2-2---4-4-4-4-4-4-4-----|
    a|-4-4-4-4-4-4-4---4-4-4-4-4-4-4---0-0-0-0-0-0-0---2-2-2-2-2-2-2-----|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

    Then these same chords are played in the same rhythm as the verse ( but
    in a different pattern ) along with the verse.

    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|------6-----4-----2-----4------------------------------------------|
    g|------6-----4-----2-----4------------------------------------------|
    d|------4-----2-----0-----2------------------------------------------|
    a|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    |
    Finally , the song ends with this.

    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
    b|---------5-------------4-------------2-------------4---------------|
    g|-----6---6---------4---4---------2---2---------4---4---------------|
    d|---6-----6-------4-----4-------2-----2-------4-----4---------------|
    a|-4-------4-----2-------2-----0-------0-----2-------2---------------|
    e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
     
  2. kushal1991

    kushal1991 New Member

    Or Plz try this n then enjoy by playing aadat!

    Three chords r used in this wohle song.!
    C#m ,B and A

    Lyrics:
    C#m A
    na janay kab say ..umeedein kuch baqi hain..
    C#m A C#m
    mujhe phir bhi teri yaad..kyun aati hai .. na janay kab say..
    C#m B A B
    door jitna bhi tum mujh say pass teray mein
    C#m B A B
    ab to aadat si hai mujh ko aisay jeenay mein
    C#m B A B
    zindagi say koi shiqwa hi nahi hai
    C#m B A B
    ab to zinda hoon mein is neelay aasman mein

    (same goes with chahat aisy hai yeh teri)
    C#m A B
    sabhi yadein hain ......sabhi batein hain
    C#m A B
    bhula do unhein .....mita do uhein .....

    enjoy.....! :)
     
  3. aniketpataskar

    aniketpataskar New Member

    @kushal
    the arps r on C#sus2 and Amajor i.e.the na jaane kab se section
    jus remove the middle finger from b string in C#m chord to get C#sus2...
    strum power chords to get good effect@ sabhi yaadein hai...
     
  4. rowhun

    rowhun New Member

    strumming pattern

    hi,
    thanks for the chords.

    might be wrong thread to ask but whats the strumming pattern for the chords?
     
  5. aniketpataskar

    aniketpataskar New Member

    strumming pattern entirely depends on the guitarist
    jus dat it should b gng wid the beats in the song...
    if u hav jus started wid guitar i suggest go for songs like zoobi doobi 3 chords simple rhythm first den afterwards u can go 4 aadat...
     
  6. pranjal_lvrboy

    pranjal_lvrboy New Member

    can any one help me read this...
     
  7. How to read Tabs

    @ Pranjal

    Reading Guitar Tab

    Guitar tablature (tab for short) is a system of notation that graphically represents strings and frets of the guitar fretboard. Each note is indicated by placing a number which indicates the fret to play, on the appropriate string. With these easy instructions you will be able to understand how to read and write guitar tab in 5 minutes.

    The Basics of Reading Guitar Tab
    To start out, tabs are written in lines, each line representing a string on the guitar. The thickest string being the bottom most line and the thinnest string being the topmost.

    e--------------------------------
    B--------------------------------
    G--------------------------------
    D--------------------------------
    A--------------------------------
    E--------------------------------

    Numbers are then placed on these lines to represent finger positions on the guitar fret board. If you read the diagram below you would play this on a guitar by putting your finger just behind the 2nd fret on the 5th string (or the second thickest string). As musical notes this would read as follows B B B C# B A. The ‘zero’ represents playing an open string. So in this case you would play the A open with no finger position on the fretboard.

    e-------------------------------
    B-------------------------------
    G-------------------------------
    D-------------------------------
    A--2--2--2--4--2--0------------
    E-------------------------------
    How to Read Guitar Tab Chords
    To tab a chord the notes would be placed in a vertical line upon the horizontal ones. This diagram represents a C Chord. You would strum the bottom 5 strings of the guitar in one motion if you were to read this tab properly.

    e--0----------------------------
    B--1----------------------------
    G--0----------------------------
    D--2----------------------------
    A--3----------------------------
    E-------------------------------

    And this one you would strum the ‘C Chord’ three times.

    e--0--0--0---------------------
    B--1--1--1---------------------
    G--0--0--0---------------------
    D--2--2--2---------------------
    A--3--3--3---------------------
    E------------------------------

    The one shortcoming of guitar tab is it doesn’t usually represent how long to hold a note for, or rhythm very well. Although some good tab writers will represent it by how much space is between each note. Tab works best if you listen to the song for guidance on timing then read the notes and practice it. Here for example is the timing of ‘Day Tripper’ by the Beatles, note the distances between the numbers, the first ‘0′ would ring slightly longer then the next 4 notes and the distance between D2 and D0 would also indicate a break in timing:

    e-----------------------------
    B-----------------------------
    G-----------------------------
    D-----------2---0---4---0-2--
    A---------2-------2---2-------
    E-0---3-4---------------------

    Tablature Symbols
    The numbers don’t really describe the subtle techniques that a guitarist can execute, these are the tablature symbols that represent various techniques.

    h – hammer on
    p – pull off
    b – bend string up
    r – release bend
    / – slide up
    \ – slide down
    v – vibrato (sometimes written as ~)
    t – right hand tap
    s – legato slide
    S – shift slide
    – natural harmonic
    [n] – artificial harmonic
    n(n) – tapped harmonic
    tr – trill
    T – tap
    TP – trem. picking
    PM – palm muting
    \n/ – tremolo bar dip; n = amount to dip
    \n – tremolo bar down
    n/ – tremolo bar up
    /n\ – tremolo bar inverted dip
    = – hold bend; also acts as connecting device for hammers/pulls
    <> – volume swell (louder/softer)
    x – on rhythm slash represents muted slash
    o – on rhythm slash represents single note slash

    A Hammer On
    A hammer on is executed by picking a note and then hammering done with the fretting hand on the second note. The second note isn’t actually picked but kind of echos the first one. Here is an example of how hammer ons are written in tab:

    e----------------------5h7----
    B------------------5h7--------
    G--------------5h7------------
    D----------5h7----------------
    A------5h7--------------------
    E--5h7------------------------

    A Pull Off
    A pull off is the opposite of a hammer on, so the first note is played again then the fretting hand pulls the finger off and lets the one fretted behind it play.

    e----------------------7p5----
    B------------------7p5--------
    G--------------7p5------------
    D----------7p5----------------
    A------7p5--------------------
    E--7p5------------------------

    A Bend
    A bend is represented by the symbol ‘b’, this is where the fretting hand actually bends the string to give a wobbly effect.

    e-----------------------------
    B-----------------------------
    G--7b----7b-------------------
    D--------------7b----7b-------
    A-----------------------------
    E-----------------------------

    A Release Bend
    A release bend is represented by the symbol ‘r’, this is just like a bend, but it tells you when to release the bend and go to the next note.

    e-----------------------------
    B-----------------------------
    G--7r5---7r5------------------
    D--------------7r5---7r5------
    A-----------------------------
    E-----------------------------

    A Slide-Up
    A slide up is represented by the symbol ‘/’. You would play the first note on 7 then slide the finger that is holding that note up to 9.

    e-----------------------------
    B-----------------------------
    G--7/9---7/9------------------
    D--------------7/9---7/9------
    A-----------------------------
    E-----------------------------

    A Slide-Down
    Opposite of a Slide Up, slide down is represented by the symbol ‘\’. You would play the first note on 7 then slide the finger that is holding that note down to 5.

    e-----------------------------
    B-----------------------------
    G--7/5---7/5------------------
    D--------------7/5---7/5------
    A-----------------------------
    E-----------------------------

    Vibrato
    Vibrato is like a constant rhythmic bending of the string. You do a bend up and bend down quickly to create a moving sound. It is usually represented by ‘v’ or ‘~’.

    e-----------------------------
    B-----------------------------
    G--7v-------------------------
    D--------------------7~~~-----
    A-----------------------------
    E-----------------------------

    Tapping
    Tapping is much like a hammer-on but you don’t strum any notes. Just tap the notes on the fret board with your fretting hand.

    e-----------------------------
    B-----------------------------
    G--7t---7t---7t---------------
    D-----------------------------
    A-----------------------------
    E-----------------------------


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    http://www.howtotuneaguitar.org/lessons/the-basics/how-to-read-guitar-tab/

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  8. kushal1991

    kushal1991 New Member

    well i play it similar way!! i find muting strumming best for this song!!
     
  9. neetu2805

    neetu2805 New Member

    When the strumming starts it plays G#m sus, C#m and A7th :D
     

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