Bron-Yr-Aur by Led Zeppelin tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. Bron-Yr-Aur is a song by Led Zeppelin. Words and music by Jimmy Page. As heard on Led Zeppelin’s recording Physical Graffiti. Guitar tablature PDF. Learn to play ‘Bron Yr Aur’ easy by Led Zeppelin with guitar tabs and chord diagrams. Updated: February 18th,

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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Youtube also has some video lessons. The other 3 strings remain the same as standard tuning. What most people do when they play this song is just skip that dastardly bass note taab.

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At normal speed it is a fraction of a second. By AndreuJuly 20, in Musician’s Corner. Sign In Sign Up.

Once you can do that part, the rest of the song will be well within your grasp. Posted August 2, If this is your first time visiting you should be seeing a blue animated fretboard. Posted July 21, edited. Forgot to mention that the other day. But some of the chord changes can be very awkward. Tag to open G. Hope to be able and play it one day but don’t have the chops yet. Thankfully, it wasn’t canned That, like the guy said in the other thread, is the longer, extended fantastic solo.

Once you have a feel for the fast T pattern, a lot of the rest of the tune will come easier.


Bron-yr-aur Guitar Pro tab by Led Zeppelin @ Tabs

The studio version is tape speed altered, which is why all the confusion ensues with tabs, because they try and compensate.

Posted Bron-yg-aur 26, Posted August 10, edited. Despite the easy intro, there are some very tricky bits to watch out for, and the pace is fast.

Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. I have the Alfred “Acoustic Classics Volume 1” right in front of me.

If you want to play the song the easy way – do the pull offs, skip the awkward bass note. The fingerpicking follows a fast T pattern, but not strictly.

Sign in Already have an account? This guitar instrumental is in an open C6 tuning: So easy you’ll be playing in minutes. The main parts of the tune aren’t so hard, especially once you get atb feel for the fingerpicking pattern. Edited August 10, by Bluesyzep. This one little tzb really takes some skill because you need to pull off and as the pull off releases the open E note – pick the bass note with your thumb at precisely the same time.

There are occasional breaks from this. Register a new account. The live version as Ev mentioned is in open G and there doesn’t seem to be a tab for it anywhere. So far I’ve learned that the studio version tab I have is in Open F and capoed at the 3rd fret.


That’s where their more acoustic 3rd album was inspired and written, but Bron-Yr-Aur didn’t make it onto that album same for a few other songs. When you bfon-yr-aur more natural with the fingerpicking pattern, it bron-yr–aur become much easier to start working on putting the tricky bass note in on time. Hi tabb, first sorry for by bad english.

Click on the Adobe Flash button below to download it. Can somebody send me a nice tab of this song or a lesson video? It might help a little bit. The pull off is much more important as it is a defining part of the melody line.

Already have an account? In fact the first main chord change is probably the worst. And bear ttab mind how fast the tune is played – a skipped bass note really is not a massive affair. Fab you feel your system meets these requirements but it still isn’t working get in touch and we’ll see tav we can help.

However, right after the intro is perhaps the hardest bit to play in the whole song. I know it wouldn’t be the same exactly but so far I know the first two harmonics and have no idea where to go from here.

Just take a look at that thread.