For You by Staind Guitar Chords

If you are looking for For You guitar chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play For You by Staind using guitar or guitar.
This song by Staind can also be played by that equipment.
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For You guitar chords has pattern and included in Break the Cycle (2001) album.
You can also find alternative musical style, including jazz guitar chords, country music guitar chords, pop guitar chords, world music guitar chords, and rock guitar chords here.

For You by Staind Guitar Chords


Break The Cycle

Drop Db

Intro: Fig 1. x2

p.m. single notes


e-----------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-2h4-----2h4---2h4-------2h4-----2h4-----2h4---2h4-------54-----
d-2h4-4-4-2h4-4-2h4-4-4-4-2h4-4-4-2h4-4-4-2h4-4-2h4-4-4-2-54-2-2-

Verses: Fig 1. x4

Chorus: Fig 2.


e-----------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-4-4--4---5-5--5---7----2----2------4-4--4---5-5--5---7---7------
d-4-4--4---4-4--4---7----2----2--0---4-4--4---4-4--4---7---6------

Riff A Gtr 2.


e-------------------5----4-----------------------------5----4-----
b-7----5--5-------------------------7----5--5-------------------
g---------------6----------------------------------6--------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------

Bridge: w/ phaser


e-----------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-4-x-x-4-x-x-4-x-x-4-x-x-4-x-4-x-4-x-x-4-x-x-4-x-x-4-x-4-x-------
e-----------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-4----------------4-------------------4--4----------4--4---------
d-4----------------4-------------------4--4----------4--4---------
e-----------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-4----4----4----2--4--2--4----4----4----2--4--2------------------
d-4--2-4--2-4--2-2--4--2--4--2-4--2-4--2-2--4--2------------------
e-----------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-4----4----4----2--4--2--4----4----4----2--2--2------------------
d-4--2-4--2-4--2-2--4--2--4--2-4--2-4--2-2--2--2------------------

Outro:


e-----------------------------------------------------------------
b-----------------------------------------------------------------
g-----------------------------------------------------------------
d-----------------------------------------------------------------
a-2h4-----2h4---2h4-------2h4-----2h4-----2h4---2-----------------
d-2h4-4-4-2h4-4-2h4-4-4-4-2h4-4-4-2h4-4-4-2h4---2-----------------

that’s all
this is a fuckin’ awesome song
great video too

trevor jones
timmy91199@yahoo.ca


 

If you want to master Staind For You guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play For You. Guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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