The Wheel Tab - Grateful Dead

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"The Wheel"
"The Wheel"
 Grateful Dead - The Wheel Guitar Tab
    The Wheel Tab
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From Sun May  4 09:45:43 1997
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 16:34:55 -0500
From: Jason Moore 
Subject: melody tab "The Wheel" Grateful Dead

Well I think that this may  be the introrduction to "The Wheel" by The
Grateful Dead-  usualy it is played this way from any bootleg you may
hear.  I figured it out one day while playing with the G major and C
major scales at the first to 3rd fret- I think that Garcia loves to
play most of his song introductions on those scales
around that area of the neck - enjoy !  



the best way to play this is just to use  a regualr G chord -and mess
around  like playing Pink Floyds "Wish You Were Here" till you get the
melody correct.
you also can substituite the open D string for D on the 5th string at
the 5th fret, and try using the G as an open string.... enjoy !
Any feedback would be appriciated . jason


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     The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in the
San Francisco Bay Area.[1] The band was known for its unique and
eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues,
reggae, country, jazz, psychedelia, space rock[2][3] and gospel—and
for live performances of long musical improvisation.[1][4] "Their
music," writes Lenny Kaye, "touches on ground that most other groups
don't even know exists."[5]The Grateful Dead's fans, some of whom
followed the band from concert to concert for years, are known as
Deadheads and have been renowned for their dedication to the band's
music.[1][4] Many fans referred to the band simply as "the Dead". As
of 2003, the remaining band members who had been touring under the
name "The Other Ones" changed their official group name to "The Dead".
Deadheads continue to use the nickname to refer to all versions of the
band.[6]Their musical influences varied widely; in concert recordings
or on record albums one can hear psychedelic rock (in the late
sixties), the blues, rock nuggets, country-western, bluegrass,
country-rock, and although they rarely played jazz music, the band
certainly borrowed for their music the kind of long improvisatory
sequences that jazz artists such as Charles Mingus and John Coltrane
perfected in the 1950s and 1960s. These various influences were
distilled into a diverse and psychedelic whole that made the Grateful
Dead "the pioneering Godfathers of the jam band world."[7]Indexed at
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