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Keith

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Hi all,
I've been listening to Ray's arrangement of Georgia.
I love the slow vast grandeous feel of it.
Here is my transcription of the intro.

Feel free to participate.

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Keith
TLerch

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Nice Kieth, 
 sounds good to me.
PaulV

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Sweet, Keith.
One very small point regarding notation - this is only if you want to stay true to "Ted-style" grids: for playing order a square (or box) follows the X (not a triangle).
The Eb7b9 doesn't have a b7 (D note), so the dominant 7 is implied.  I guess Ted might have named it E/b9 or E(7)b9.

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Keith

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Hi Paul,
Thanks for the comments.
I was watching Ted's awesome performance of Georgia on YouTube on the Live at the Seashell video.
I wrote out the grids for the first 4 measures or so.
May be someone can post the next few measures....
I kept it basic without any of Teds fills and riffs.

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Keith
Keith

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Oops
Here's the grids
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