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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by a_Mickey_Muppet, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. a_Mickey_Muppet

    a_Mickey_Muppet Well-Known Member

    hey gang,

    i need some help here, my brother plays the guitar and asked me somtime IF i'd sing with my Kermit puppet and sing while he plays the song RAINBOW CONNECTION on his guitar. the thing is he sayed he NEEDS the tabs to play it. any idea where to find the Sheet Music for RAINBOW CONNECTION online? if ya know PLEASE please post the link here, or IF u see one on ebay can ya also post the link?

    thanks gang, i told him i'd try here on MC and ask first!

  2. maniacal muppet

    maniacal muppet Well-Known Member

  3. a_Mickey_Muppet

    a_Mickey_Muppet Well-Known Member

    sorry but i NEEDED it for guitar (the tabs). thanks tho! :)

    ANY ONE ELSE!!??? :sympathy:
  4. Muppet Matt

    Muppet Matt Well-Known Member

    Is this what your looking for?
  5. Sgt Floyd

    Sgt Floyd Well-Known Member

    My dad plays the guitar and he played rainbow connection perfectly on it. All he did was use the bottom 4 strings. Although, he couldnt remember all the words, lol.

    Um...what are tabs? :halo:
  6. Muppet Newsgirl

    Muppet Newsgirl Well-Known Member

    It's short for tablature. It's like standard notes and clefs, but there are six lines, one for each string of a guitar, and instead of notes there are numbers that tell you what fret to play on each string. A zero means that you play the string 'open' (you don't press down on it), a one means you play it on the first fret, two on the second fret, and so on.

    It's kinda like this. Here's what a chord (here, A minor) would look like in tabs.


    Hope this clears things up a bit, but you'd have to play the guitar to really know what it's about.
  7. Sgt Floyd

    Sgt Floyd Well-Known Member

    Oh thanks :D My dad has been teaching me to play, but he hasnt taught me that, lol
  8. a_Mickey_Muppet

    a_Mickey_Muppet Well-Known Member

    SOOOooo awsome mUppetMatt!!! thank you thank you! he's played it lastnight and got it! I'll have to print it out for him! thanks again man! :)
  9. Muppet Matt

    Muppet Matt Well-Known Member

    That's great! :excited:Can you do an imation of Kermit to sing with him?:)
  10. a_Mickey_Muppet

    a_Mickey_Muppet Well-Known Member

    yeeep! thats my plan! :)
  11. Muppet Newsgirl

    Muppet Newsgirl Well-Known Member

    Hey, no problem. I've been playing for six years and I can read music to some extent, but the tabs are really useful.

    I just got 'Favorite Songs from Jim Henson's Muppets' in the mail this morning. It's arranged for easy piano but it's got the guitar chords, thank heavens, so I'm going to give some of them a shot later on. Most of them are dead easy anyway.
  12. The Whatevers

    The Whatevers Active Member

    Reading that gives me a headache.

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