Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Pal pal dil ke paas guitar tabs blackmail

Song : Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas
Movie: Blackmail

Requested by: Amarjit Kaur


This song is very slow and romantic & I used very limited notes for this song. So be careful while playing this song. If you will not listen the song carefully then you won’t be able to play below tabs. What you need to do is to listen one line of the song & then try one line of the tablature, then it will be easy for you.

Pal pal dil ke paas
Line 1
G|-----------3/1-1v/3/1----------------------------------|
D|-1--3--4------------------------------------------------|

Note: v means vibrate the string on given note.

The above given line is as per original wording & notes are placed accordingly.
After sliding 3rd to 1st note on G string you need to play 1st note on G string & vibrate it then
Wait one second & slide to 3rd then slide back to 1st note. Basically to play 1v/3/1 you need
To strike the G string only one time & apply to vibrate & slides as given. If you can’t play the above line then I am providing the easy version of above line. See below:


Line 1 (easy 1st line)
G|-----------3--1--1--------------------------------------|
D|-1--3--4------------------------------------------------|

Line 2
D|-1-1—1/3-3/4-4---------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------|

Play 1st & 2nd line agin.

Line 3
G|-3-4-6--8-66------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------|

Line 4
G|-1—1/3—3/4--3--------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------|

Repeat the 1st line again.

Second Para.

Line 5
D|------1-1-1-1-1---------------------------------------|
A|-44----------------------------------------------------|

Line 6
G|----3—3(po)1--1-------------------------------------|
D|-1------------------44-3---3/1--1--------------------|

Note: PO means Pull Off.

Line 7
G|------66-6-6/8-4-------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------|
A|-44----------------------------------------------------|

Line 8
G|-4(po)3-3/1-1—1/4—4/3--3------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------|

Line 9
G|-3(po)1—1/3-1-1------------------------------------|
D|---------------------4-4-------------------------------|
A|---------------------------4---------------------------|

Line 10
G|-3-1—1-33--1-1-------------------------------------|
D|---------------------4--4-4---------------------------|
A|-------------------------------4----------------------|

Line 11
G|-3-1-1-33-1------------------------------------------|
D|----------------4-4---4-------------------------------|
A|--------------------------4----------------------------|

Line 12
G|-3(po)1-1/3--1-1------------------------------------|
D|----------------------4-4------------------------------|

Line 13
G|------66-66-6/8--4----------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------|
A|-44----------------------------------------------------|

Line 14
G|-4-3—3/1--1—1/4--4-3-----------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------|

Now again you can repeat the main para from line 1 to 4.
If you want to play the tabs of third Para then you can repeat the tabs of Second Para.
Have Fun.

8 comments:

  1. Would you Plz upload the video...Thanx

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    1. Hi, Whenever i will get time, will provide the video. Due to lack of time I can't do videos of all songs.

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  2. In what scale this song is in ,please!

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  3. Gurdip
    in Line 8 - what is difference between 4/3 and 4(po)3 ?. Please explain for help.

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    1. Hi , Raj
      I design these tabs as per the lyrics flow. 4p3 suits for one word and 4/3 suits for another. It depends on your hearing you can use whatever you like. Even you can play without sliding & pull offs but for that you need to add/remove notes from that line.
      Additionaly if you need some help on "Guitar Techniques" then you can visit
      http://rockonguitar247.blogspot.in/2013/10/basic-lead-guitar-techniques.html

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  4. Thanks. your link helped. Earlier I was thinking sliding back and pull off are same but seems not. thanks for a help.

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