Tum ho toh - Instructional video

Discussion in 'Hindi Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by JamesRevelation, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. JamesRevelation

    JamesRevelation New Member

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  2. sayantan_guha

    sayantan_guha New Member

    umm...why have u made the video with wrong chords??

    the chords are definately wrong at many places...didnt ur ear notice that?i'm a beginer but can still understand that they r wrong..we IGT ians xpect better lessons from semi pro's like you..

    anyways

    C.....Dm..G is correct but then
    for
    tum ho toh hai,sapno ke jaisa hasin ek saamaa..the chords are

    Gm............F...Bm...................Em..F....C..
    tum ho toh hai,sapno ke jaisa hasin ek saamaa

    then for chorus:

    G E7 Am F (2) they r correct in the video

    G..........................C.........Em................F...................C
    Tum ko hai mangti...yeh zindagiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


    Gm........Bb..........C
    Oh ho oh ho oh ho ho ho ho

    regards,

    Sayantan
     
  3. -AJ

    -AJ New Member

    sayantan_guha, tone it down man. By sounding so angry you're not helping anyone. The chords aren't wrong, they're just different. I think you can play them either way.

    Although, correct me if i'm wrong, isn't there some finger picking in the beginning?
     
  4. sayantan_guha

    sayantan_guha New Member

    i am not angry but Gm cant obviously be played as a Dm...
     
  5. JamesRevelation

    JamesRevelation New Member

    Hello Sayantan,
    Thanks for the feedback..
    There are 2 ways to perform a song you play with all the instruments as played in the song or play unplugged. What i played was unplgged version, i dont have to tell you how you can play and Em instead of G and a Dm instead of F.....
    The way one shud figure out a tough songs chords which are not clearly relating is by following the BASS line of the song, The bass line is always the note of the chord and if it moves it moves in the scale...This song is on the C scale if you see the C scales its a pure scale with all major notes and no sharp in it...so in thi songs there would be many places where you can improvise ...
    So even if i play the way i played in the video its not wrong !!!!
    No hard feelings bro, chill and enjoy the song...
     
  6. sayantan_guha

    sayantan_guha New Member

    yeah...but some places it really sounded out of place
     
  7. mygittu

    mygittu New Member

    good chords but not 100% correct I think

    Gm............F..
    tum ho toh hai




    buddy sayantan.......this part is where I don't agree with you!!
    shouldn't it be.....


    F.............Am..........
    tum ho to hai???????
     
  8. sayantan_guha

    sayantan_guha New Member

    dunno...but thats wht sounded nearly ok to my ears..
     
  9. bjr

    bjr Lady of the Evening

    No, you can't.
     
  10. bondhu number 1

    bondhu number 1 New Member

    dont worry james lol, the only thing sayantan can do is criticise. I haven't seen any posts of him saying anything positive about someone elses tabs. Just ignore insecure people like him. Good work btw!
     
  11. sayantan_guha

    sayantan_guha New Member

    thnx for the complement...

    what i learnt from IGT:-

    correcting others is wrong
    learning new things from others is wrong
    providing the (almost)correct chords is wrong too

    well i guess thts too much
     
  12. bondhu number 1

    bondhu number 1 New Member

    when do u provide ur own chords? There's nothing wrong with your criticism, it's just that a bit of complimenting wouldn't hurt either.
     
  13. -AJ

    -AJ New Member

    Sayantan, correcting people is definitely not wrong. What IS wrong is HOW you correct them. If the chords are incorrect, be professional about it. Tell them that in a way that doesn't sound rude, or hurtful. That's all there is to it man.
     
  14. mimoban

    mimoban New Member

    i agree with sayantan in the chords of the tum ho toh
     
  15. jimmy700us

    jimmy700us New Member

    ok ok now children no fighting, im posting original chords posted by farhan uncle in his face book account. so dont fret, just see and play! cheers....

    Chords for Tum Ho Toh by farhan akthar

    C
    Tum ho toh
    gaata hai dil
    Dm
    Tum nahin
    G
    toh geet kahan
    C
    Tum ho toh
    hai sab haasil
    Dm G
    Tum nahin toh kya hai yahan
    Gm F Bm Em F C
    Tum ho toh hai, sapnon ke jaisa haseen ek samaa

    G
    Jo tum ho toh
    E7
    ye lagta hai
    Am F
    ke mil gayee har khushi
    G
    Jo tum na hao
    E7
    ye lagta hai
    Am F
    ke har khushi mein hai kamee
    G
    Tum ko hai maangti
    C Em F C
    ye zindagi


















    Gm Bflat C
    Oh... oh.... oh oh oh oh
    Tum ho toh
    raahein bhi hain
    Tum nahin
    toh rastey kahan
    Tum ho toh
    yahan sab hi hain
    Tum nahin
    toh kya hai yahan
    Tum ho toh hai har ek pal meherbaan ye jahaan

    Jo tum ho toh
    hawa main bhi
    mohabbaton ka rang hai
    Jo tum na ho
    toh phir koi
    na josh na umang hai
    Tum mille toh milli
    ye zindagi
     
  16. mimoban

    mimoban New Member

    yeah this is the perfect chords
     
  17. sayantan_guha

    sayantan_guha New Member

    sorry

    i may hav been upset wid sumthing on that day

    i'll keep tht in mind in future
     
  18. mimoban

    mimoban New Member

    friends i just hear that if i replace Gm by A# in "tum ho toh yeh" and all remains same,then how it will be?
    waiting for comments.
     
  19. sayantan_guha

    sayantan_guha New Member

    we can call this a typical problem we face with a SEL song

    in the case of the song kabhi alvida na kehna most of us used to play F...Bb...F for the first line,but then ehsaan posted that it would be F...Gm...F and told us that using the relative minor of Bb i.e.Gm gives the song a SOFT feeling...so i think Gm is good enough for this song or maybe Gm7 as bjr mentioned
     
  20. mimoban

    mimoban New Member

    yeah you are right,this is a very well known problem,sometimes we can not differentiate the relative minor chord with the actual chord
     

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