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Rickoverâ??s Dream   Michael Hedges

 
 
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 (Warning, LONG mail, my appologies)
 
 Howdy! 
 
 First, thanks to all of 'yall fer all taking part
 in this mailing list, it has re-kindled my love
 (worship?) of Michael's music.
 Second, a big thanks to all those who have posted
 and snail-mail treed tab to some of his tunes. I have
 had a total blast working on Layover. In fact, it
 inspired me to try to write down this. What is this?
 well i guess it is my version of Rickover's, with the
 following many caveats. ( the first 3 are blatently stolen from an
 earlier post by Xtian)
 
 Firstly, i have never done tab on a screen before.
 
 Secondly, all of the tune isnt there, basically because i havnt got round
 to it, and it leaves you with a bit to write out.
 i fit the bits here together to make a playable thing.
 Thirdly, Ok so its not brilliant but i tried, but YOu might be able to do
 better, and if you can .... let me know!
 3a i have no formal training (ok, if anyone out there ever saw
 me in any music class, i lied, but pretend you never saw me)
 so i don't know how to write this down. And even if i did,
 the lack of conventional rhythmic notation in tab comes in.
 Fourthly.. I was not trying to get it note for note exact, i think
 my favorite thing about the song is the SOUND, which is
 what I was going for, so if your goal it to play it exactly
 like Michael does, you may be offended by this. If so,
 ignore this and work on it yourself.
 
 Summary: To paraphrase Doc Watson, "I don't pick it like
 Michael picks it, I pick it like Steve picks it."
 And furthermore, i probobly did not write it down
 exactly how I play it, and did not type it in exactly
 how i wrote it down... caveat emptor.
 
 Also, you may want to ftp Don Adams earlier "rickovers.hint"
 from Nevada. I play it a bit differently, but i like his intro 
 and his explanation alot, so if you don't have it go get it.
 (Thanks Don!)
 
 But enough excuses, lets go to it!
 
 Enjoy,
 Stephen
 wilcox@acuson.com
 
 /*------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 TUNING:
 
 C G D G B C 
 
 (I do this by matching harmonics on the 7th fret on the g
 to the 12th on the D, then 7th on the low C to 12th on
 the G, then 5th fret on the low C to open high C. Then
 double check your octaves)
 
 NOTES:
 
 - To get the harmonics in the intro and outro, bare the stings
 at the 12th fret lightly with the first finger of your right hand
 while doing the hammer ons and pull offs with your left.
 
 - In the first part your right hand is touching the strings
 at the 12th fret to create a harmonic, so it does not really
 make any difference WHERE you hammer on and pull off with
 your left hand, but i do it as noted, as that is what your
 left hand is going to be doing a lot of, so it is kind of
 a nice warm up. And as you slowly un-bare the stings the
 hammer on pattern will already be going.
 
 - On some guitars I have played this on it is hard to have the
 intonation be good with this tuning. On these instrumtents,
 you can use kind of a, heck i'm ignorant and don't know what
 to call it, just? unjust? intonation where the high C sting
 is a little flat when open, so it will be only a little sharp
 instead of a lot sharp starting in measure 9.
 
 - If your soul is unhappy, play this on a nice rich acoustic
 guitar with a good pickup run through a good BIG chorus and
 reverb and crank it real loud, with the bass turned up to 11.
 What the heck, turn the treble up to 11 as well.
 
 - The repeat on measure 1 is optional, i repeat until warmed up,
 the audiance is asleep, or paying attention, or my left hand falls off,
 whichever comes first. Or, just depending on mood.
 
 - I have at various points over the years played several
 variations of the left hand pattern in measures 2 - 7 (and 23 - 29).
 As per the above excuses, none of these are
 acutaly how Michael does it, but they are fun. I'll put the 
 easiest one to type in the body, and some alternates in a footnote,
 if i get time.
 
 
 h means hammer on
 p means pull off
 s-> means slide
 ^ means harmonic
 % means arpegiate notes
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 *******************************************************************
 
 Rickovers Dream
 
 By Michael Hedges
 (C) 199? Naked Ear music
 Transcribed by Stephen Wilcox
 LEFT HAND
 (1) 
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 C-|| --2--0--------2--0--------2--0-------------------- || 
 B-||.--------2*-0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0--.|| 
 G-|| --------------------------------------2--0-------- || 
 D-||.--------------------------------------------------.|| 
 G-|| -------------------------------------------------- || 
 C-|| -------------------------------------------------- || 
 * given my argument above this should be 1,
 but 2 is easier.
 RIGHT HAND
 (1)
 ^ ---> ------> 
 C-|| --12---------------------------------------------- ||
 B-||.--12----------------------------------------------.||
 G-|| --12---------------------------------------------- ||
 D-||.--12----------------------------------------------.||
 G-|| --12---------------------------------------------- ||
 C-|| --12---------------------------------------------- ||
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 LEFT HAND
 (2) let ring let ring 
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h 
 C-|-2--0-----------------------------------------------|
 B-|-------1--0--------------------1--0-----------------|
 G-|-2--0--------2--0-----------------------------------|
 D-|-------------------2--0--------------2--0-----------|
 G-|-------------------------2--0--------------2--0-----|
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 
 RIGHT HAND
 (2) let harmonic ring let harmonic ring
 ^ ---> ^ --->
 C-|--12------------------------------------------------|
 B-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 G-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 D-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 G-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 C-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (3) Repeat meas (1)
 ___________________________________________________________________
 LEFT HAND
 (4) let ring let ring 
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h 
 C-|-2--0-----------------------------------------------|
 B-|-------1--0--------------------1--0-----------------|
 G-|-2--0--------2--0-----------------------------------|
 D-|-------------------2--0--------------2--0-----------|
 G-|-------------------------2--0--------------2--0-----|
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 
 RIGHT HAND
 (4) let open C ring let open B ring
 ^ ---> ^ --->
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 B-|--12------------------------------------------------|
 G-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 D-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 G-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 C-|--12--------------------------12--------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 LEFT HAND
 (5)
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h 
 C-|| ---------------------------------------------------- ||
 B-||.----------------------------------------------------.||
 G-|| -2--0--------2--0--------2--0----------------------- ||
 D-||.-------2--0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0-----.||
 G-|| -------------------------------------2--0----------- ||
 C-|| ---------------------------------------------------- ||
 
 RIGHT HAND
 (5) Repeat once then
 ^x ---> slowly take right hand off strings
 C-|| ---------------------------------------------------- ||
 B-||.----------------------------------------------------.||
 G-|| --12---------0-------------------------------------- ||
 D-||.--12---------0--------------------------------------.||
 G-|| --12---------0-------------------------------------- ||
 C-|| --12---------0-------------------------------------- ||
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 LEFT HAND
 (6) Let ring
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h 
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 B-|----------------------------------------------------|
 G-|-2--0--------2--0--------2--0-----------------------|
 D-|-------2--0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0-----|
 G-|-------------------------------------2--0-----------|
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 
 RIGHT HAND
 (6)
 
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 B-|----------------------------------------------------|
 G-|----------------------------------------------------|
 D-|----------------------------------------------------|
 G-|----------------------------------------------------|
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 LEFT HAND
 (7)
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h 
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 B-|-------1--0--------1--0--------1--0--------1--0-----|
 G-|-2--0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0-----------|
 D-|-------2--0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0-----|
 G-|----------------------------------------------------|
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 
 RIGHT HAND
 (7)
 
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 B-|----------------------------------------------------|
 G-|----------------------------------------------------|
 D-|----------------------------------------------------|
 G-|----------------------------------------------------|
 C-|-------------------0-----------0-----------0--------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 LEFT HAND
 (8)
 Repeat pattern of meas (7) (with embelishments?)
 
 RIGHT HAND
 (8)
 (ok, can't REALLY represent the rhythm
 here, go listen to it)
 C-|----------------------------------------------------|
 B-|----------------------------------------------------|
 G-|----------------------------------------------------|
 D-|----------------------------------------------------|
 G-|----------------------------------------------------|
 C-|---0---------------0--0--0-------0-----0------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 Both hands
 (9) Let RING Let RING
 ^
 C-|----------7-----------12--9-------------------------|
 B-|----------5-----------12--7-------------------------|
 G-|----------5-----------12--7-------------------------|
 D-|----------5-----------12--7-------------------------|
 G-|----------------------12----------------------------|
 C-|--0----0------0--0------------0--0--0--0------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (10)Let RING Let RING
 ^
 C-|--7-------------12---9-----------------------------|
 B-|--5-------------12---7-----------------------------|
 G-|--5-------------12---7-----------------------------|
 D-|--5-------------12---7-----------------------------|
 G-|----------------12---------------------------------|
 C-|--------0--0-------------0--0--0--0--0-------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (11)
 let ring
 C-|---------7-------------5---------------------------|
 B-|--7----7-8h--------5---6---------------------------|
 G-|--7----7-----------5---5---------------------------|
 D-|--7----7-----------5---5---------------------------|
 G-|--7--------------s>5-------------------------------|
 C-|--7----------7--7s>5-------------------------------|
 ^^^^ not real sure about bass line here
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 Left hand
 (12)
 
 C-|---------5-------5---5-----------------------------|
 B-|---------6-------6---5-----------------------------|
 G-|---------5-------5---5-----------------------------|
 D-|---------5-------5---5-----------------------------|
 G-|--5--5---5--5----5---5-----------------------------|
 C-|--5--5---5--5-5------------------------------------|
 
 Right hand
 (12)
 hit it! 
 ~ ^ ^ slap hard to get harmonics
 C-|---------~-------18--17----------------------------|
 B-|---------~-------18--17----------------------------|
 G-|---------~-------18--17----------------------------|
 D-|---------~-------18--17----------------------------|
 G-|---------~-------18--17----------------------------|
 C-|---------~-----------------------------------------|
 NOTE: Ok, here i had so much fun i never went back and
 figured out the chord he slides to after this,
 so i often skip it and go on to (14). 
 So this stab at (13) is a guess, if anyone
 knows this missing bit and could clue me in i'd
 appreciate it!
 
 Left hand
 (13)
 
 C-|---------2-----------------------------------------|
 B-|---------2-----------------------------------------|
 G-|---------2-----------------------------------------|
 D-|---------2-----------------------------------------|
 G-|--2s>4---------------------------------------------|
 C-|--2s>4---------------------------------------------|
 
 Right hand
 (13)
 ^ ^ slap hard to get harmonics
 C-|-----------------14--14----------------------------|
 B-|-----------------14--14----------------------------|
 G-|-----------------14--14----------------------------|
 D-|-----------------14--14----------------------------|
 G-|-----------------14--14----------------------------|
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 (14)
 h s--> s--> h
 C-|--0--------0--------0--0--2--4--2-----0------------|
 B-|--1--------1--------1--1--3--5--3-----1------------|
 G-|--0--------0--------0-----------------0-----4---5--|
 D-|--0--------0--------0-----------------0-----5------|
 G-|--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--------------0---------------|
 C-|--0--------0---------------------------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (15)
 arpeg. 
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 B-|----------------7----------------5-----------------|
 G-|---------------4---4------------4---5--------------|
 D-|--------------5----------------5-------------------|
 G-|---0--0--0--0--------0--0---0----------0---0---0---|
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (16)
 s-> p h h p h h
 C-|------0-------5--7------0------5--7----------------|
 B-|--5---1---0-------------1---0----------------------|
 G-|--5---0-----------------0--------------------------|
 D-|--5---0--------------0-----------------------------|
 G-|---------------------------------------------------|
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 ** Now repeat Meas (9) through (15) **
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (17)
 ^ ^
 C-|----------------2-----4----------3-----4-----------|
 B-|--5--5----------3--7--5----------2--7--5--0--1-----|
 G-|--5--5----------0--7--0----------0--7-----0--------|
 D-|--5--5-------------7----------------7-----0--------|
 G-|--------0-----0------------0--0--------------------|
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (18)
 p h h p h h
 C-|------0-------5--7------0------5--7----------------|
 B-|------1---0-------------1---0----------------------|
 G-|------0-----------------0--------------------------|
 D-|------0--------------0-----------------------------|
 G-|---------------------------------------------------|
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (19)Let ring Let ring
 ^
 C-|--7-------------12---9-----------------------------|
 B-|--5-------------12---7-----------------------------|
 G-|--5-------------12---7-----------------------------|
 D-|--5-------------12---7-----------------------------|
 G-|----------------12---------------------------------|
 C-|--------0--0-------------0--0--0--0--0-------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (20)Let ring Let ring
 s---> 
 C-|--7-------------11---9-----------------------------|
 B-|--5-------------9----7-----------------------------|
 G-|--5-------------9----7-----------------------------|
 D-|--5-------------9----7-----------------------------|
 G-|----------------9----------------------------------|
 C-|--------0--0-------------0--0--0--0--0-------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 ** Repeat measures (10) through (14) **
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (21)
 arpeg. 
 C-|--0------------------------------------------------|
 B-|--1--------------7-----------------------5---------|
 G-|--0-------------4---4-------------------4-5--------|
 D-|--0------------5-----------------------5-----------|
 G-|-----0--0--0--0--------0--0--0--0--0--0------0--0--|
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 (22)
 h s--> p
 C-|| --0--------0--------0--0--2--4--2-----0--------0--- || --------------
 B-||.--1--------1--------1--1--3--5--3-----1--------1---.|| --------------
 G-|| --0--------0--------0-----------------0--------0--- || --------------
 D-||.--0--------0--------0-----------------0--------0---.|| --2--2--2--0--
 G-|| -----0--0-----0--0--0-------------0-0----0-----0--- || -----------0--
 C-|| --------------------------------------------0--0--- || --------------
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 Left hand (repeats for meas 23 - 29)
 (23)
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 C-|| --------------------------------------------------- ||
 B-||.-------1--0--------1-----------1-----------1-------.||
 G-|| -2--0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0---------- ||
 D-||.-------2--0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0----.||
 G-|| --------------------------------------------------- ||
 C-|| --------------------------------------------------- ||
 
 Right hand
 (23)
 h
 C-|---------------------------------------------------|
 B-|---------------------------------------------------|
 G-|---------------------------------------------------|
 D-|---------------------------------------------------|
 G-|---------------------------5-----------------------|
 C-|---------------------------5-----------------------|
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 Right hand
 (24) (25)
 h h h
 C-|------------------------|---------------------------|
 B-|------------------------|---------------------------|
 G-|------------------------|---------------------------|
 D-|------------------------|---------------------------|
 G-|--5--4------------------|---5-----------------------|
 C-|--5--4------------------|---5-----------------------|
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 Right hand
 (26) (27)
 h h hs-> h h
 C-|------------------------|| -------------------------- ||
 B-|------------------------||.--------------------------.||
 G-|------------------------|| -------------------------- ||
 D-|------------------------||.--------------------------.||
 G-|--5--4------------------|| --7--4--5--4-------------- ||
 C-|--5--4------------------|| --7--4--5--4-------------- ||
 
 ___________________________________________________________________
 
 Right hand 
 (28) (dig it!) (29) (smile here :) )
 hs-> h h p 
 C-|------------------------|--------------------------|
 B-|------------------------|--------------------------|
 G-|------------------------|--------------------------|
 D-|------------------------|--------------------------|
 G-|--7--4--5--4--0---------|--------------------------|
 C-|--7--4--5--4--0---------|--------------------------|
 ___________________________________________________________________
 Left hand
 (23)
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p adlib
 C-|-------------------------------------2--0--------2--0--------2--0-||
 B-|-------------------1--0--------1--0--------1--0--------2--0-------||
 G-|-2--0--------2--0--------2--0--------2--0-------------------------||
 D-|-------2--0--------2--0-------------------------------------------||
 G-|------------------------------------------------------------------||
 C-|------------------------------------------------------------------||
 
 Right hand slowly touch the stings at the 12th fret
 again for harmonic. You've come full circle.
 (24)
 ^ ^
 C-|------------------------------------------------12----------------||
 B-|----------------------12------------------------12----------------||
 G-|-12-------------------12------------------------12----------------||
 D-|-12-------------------12------------------------12----------------||
 G-|-12-------------------12------------------------12----------------||
 C-|-12-------------------12------------------------12----------------||
 ___________________________________________________________________
 ********************************************************************
 
 APENDIX
 
 alternate left hand hammer patterns for measures 2 - 7 and 23 - 29
 
 Left hand
 (v1)
 
 C-|| --------------------------------------------------------------- ||
 B-||.---------------------------------------------------------------.||
 G-|| --------------------------------------------------------------- ||
 D-||.---------------------------------------------------------------.||
 G-|| --------------------------------------------------------------- ||
 C-|| --------------------------------------------------------------- ||
 
 Left hand
 (v2)
 
 Left hand
 (v3)
 
 
 
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 I'm new to this group, so I don't know if anyone's
 done this before, but here goes...
 
 How to start "Rickover's Dream". This is not a
 transcription because I can't take the
 time to create one, but it may get you started enough
 to play it.
 
 1. Tune your guitar to CGDCBC
 
 2. Point the first finger of your right hand and make it rigid
 
 3. Place the first finger of your right hand over the
 12th fret so that your finger covers all 6 strings
 (like you were playing a slap harmonic-but don't slap)
 
 4. Pull off all 6 strings with your left hand ABOVE
 the 12th fret on the neck. If you get harmonics, 
 your right-hand finger is in the correct possition.
 
 5. The beginning of the song is a series of pull-offs
 all with the left hand like shown below. The notes 
 actually played are all harmonics because the
 right-hand finger is creating them at the 12th fret.
 
 --0---0---0-----------0---0---0----------------------
 ----0---0---0----0------0---0---0---0---------------
 ---------------0------0---0---0---0-----------------
 ------------------------0---0---0---0---------------
 ----------------------------------0-----------------
 ----------------------------------------------------
 
 6. O.k. then how does he get the open strings to ring out?
 Glad you asked.
 
 7. Move your right-hand up toward the ceiling until the
 first finger of your right hand only covers the 
 lowest 4 strings (the high B and C strings can now ring
 free) and then play a pattern similar to fhe following
 h=hammer on
 ^=pull off
 
 -h1^0---------------------------------------------
 --------------------------0-----------------------
 --0-----0-----0-----------0------0-----0----------
 -----0-----0-----0-----0------0-----0-----0----0--
 --------------------0------------------------0----
 --------------------------------------------------
 
 I don't have my guitar with me so I'm sure this isn't
 exactly right. The key for figuring this out for me was to
 see Hedges play the song in concert and go Ah HA! 
 That's how he did that. I think his playing of
 harmonics that are fingered with the right hand and
 pulled-off with the left hand is creative genius.
 
 Don Adams
 
 
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 Hi,
 
 I've looked at both the recent post and rickover.hint, and neither of
 them seem to sound like the intro on my CD. On my CD (An Evening With
 Windham Hill, I think it is) the intro sounds almost like there is and
 echo box being used.
 
 So I have two questions:
 
 1) Are there different recordings of Rickover's Dream (does this
 explain why the TABs don't match what I'm hearing)?
 
 2) On the recording on An Evening With Windham Hill, is an echo being
 used, or is he somehow _playing_ that echo effect at the same time
 as the tune?
 
 Thanks,
 
 Martin.
 
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 Interestingly enough, that song I was working on just happens to be
 Rickover's Dream. (Isn't it a piece of genius??) I'm *working* on it!
 (The way I pick out the bass note in this one is significantly different
 than previously tabbed, along with the hammers...) This song, I believe
 is one of his best, with his full compliment of hammering rythm, right-hand
 harmonics, sweet melody, and raw guts. We gotta get this one figured out!
 I never heard the Night w/ Windham Hill CD, but I think that the "echo"
 that's been mentioned is actually the fingers of the left hand hammering
 the strings while they're barred at the 12th (harmonics.) Your ear catches
 the pull-off much more because there's that harmonic that rings. When the
 left hand hits the string, it makes a wierd noise that's somewhere between
 a "clunk" a "tink" and some unidentifiably high-pitched harmonic that makes
 a sort of ghost note. Creative genius. Definitely an amplified song.
 I opt for light chorus, a little compression, and an unnoticeable tinge of
 delay just to make it all nice & warm. Volume is at a comfortably throbbing
 level -- not enough to hurt the ears, but you gotta FEEL this one.
 
 
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 I agree with WordsWorth on the delay bit in the intro.
 I'll have to go back and listen to the live version,
 but my recollection is it is the same as the studio version, and
 the hammer-ons give that distinctive sound. One more reason
 to figure out where to play them even though it is not
 obvious it makes any difference where.
 
 But speaking of dealy/echo effects done with technique
 instead of a digitial delay, how bout those cool double
 hammer-ons in the first part of Aerial Boundires? Anyone
 out there got any good tips on how to get your right hand
 to do the "chunka-chunka-chunka" rhythm while your left
 hand is doing the "DUMP dump DUMP dump" bit? Should
 i learn to play piano? Have my brain halves seperated?
 Know any good exercies to develop this ability?
 
 Also, i think i goofed on the (C) date, should be 198?,
 not 199?!
 
 Stephen
 wilcox@acuson.com
 
 
 
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 This is how I play the intro to Rickover's, after rewinding & playing
 my tape (No CD player for the summer!!) until I thought it was wearing thin...
 
 12harm..all six strings........
 1 | . | . | . |
 |-*h2--p0--------------------------*h2--p0-----------------------------
 |---------*h1--p0---------*h1--p0-----------*h1--p0----------*h1--p0---
 |-----------------*h2--p0---------------------------*h2--p0------------
 |----------------------------------------------------------------------
 |----------------------------------------------------------------------
 |----------------------------------------------------------------------
 * indicates wierd harmonic "tink" sound
 
 OK, first measure, nothing new. What I play differently is the double
 hammer-ons and pull-offs. (measure 4 or so?)
 
 harm across first 4 or 5 strings....................................
 4? | . | .
 |--h2--p0----------h2--p0----------------------------------------------
 |--h1----------p0--h1----------p0--------------------------------------
 |-*h2--p0---------*h2--p0------------(repeat for the second two beats--
 |---------*h2--p0---------*h2--p0-------in the measure...)-------------
 |----------------------------------------------------------------------
 |----------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 Wait a minute... Hammering three strings?? Yup. You won't hear the first
 fret hammer in that one. (the second fret hammers are far louder.)
 You'll hear it in the pull-off (you gotta pull it like you mean it!!)
 the other advantage is that it keeps the open B from ringing (which clashes
 horribly with the open C.) Try it, and see what you think. Tough at first,
 but humanly possible.
 The second/fourth string hammers, come in in a second. I didn't forget
 'em, just don't have tons of time now to put 'em in.
 
 This is just a teaser! I got the rest pretty much down, and I'll tab it
 when I get the time.
 Lemme know what y'all think.
 
 
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 Martin writes:
 
 myself that its not in fact echo - the guy's just a genius! Darned if
 I know how you get those intro harmonics to really sound out, the way
 he does...
 The way to get the real 'ring' on those harmonics is to actually pluck the 
 string as you pull off with your finger with a slight downward motion. So
 in other words a 'pull off' is not the opposite of a hammer-on; it's 
 quite literally a pull or pluck.
 
 Steve
 
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 Before everyone shreds their fingertips to the bone furiously pulling off the
 harmonics at the beginning of Rickover don't forget that Michael has the FRAP
 pickup under the three treble strings which gives him "high end in your
 face". To really get that sound you need a FRAP and for the later portions a
 good chorus box. Michael uses a T.C. Electronics chorus live.
 
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 Dixon,
 
 There's no such thing as spouting out too much Hedges mail. 
 
 In answer to your question, FRAP stands for "flat response acoustic pickup".
 On stage, MH uses a dual pickup system of which the FRAP is one. You may
 have heard him say to the monitor engineer "more FRAP" or "less MAG". MAG is
 the magnetic soundhole pickup. Here's a simplified version of the stage
 setup:
 
 1. A Sunrise magnetic pickup in the soundhole which goes to a T.C. Spatial
 Expander (mounted in a rack and controlled by the footpedal you see on
 stage). The signal then goes into an EQ and the highs are mixed out and the
 lows beefed up. That's why when he uses the expander the swirling isn't so
 obvious. He's only processing the low end. The signal then goes into a
 direct box and then to the board. 
 
 2. FRAP to a monster custom pre-amp, then to a digital delay set at about
 about 5-6 milliseconds, then to the board. The FRAP is somewhat of a
 mystery. Apparently Arnie Lazarus (the guy who makes them) isn't telling how
 they're made. My theory is that it's some high-tech piezo hybrid. Who
 knows. Regardless, it's very small and is mounted under the three treble
 strings. Apparently there's all kinds of minute considerations when
 installing one like glue type and how much wood to leave between the FRAP and
 the bridge, all of which alterthe sound. As MH puts it the FRAP is "just
 high end in your face". 
 
 There's also a crossover made by Lloyd Baggs in there someplace but I forget
 where. 
 
 I've played around with setups similar to MH's but using a Dimarzio magnetic
 pickip and a Martin Thinline piezo under the bridge. I then ran the MAG into
 an ADA chorus and then to channel-1 of a 15 band EQ boosting the low end. I
 then ran the Thinline direct to channel-2 and cranked the highs. The
 result......the MAG sounded amazing but without the FRAP it's just not
 happening. You just can't get the harmonics on Ritual or Rickover to pop
 without it. The FRAP is also responsible for picking up a lot of the body
 slapping he does, which would seem to support my piezo theory. Bottom
 line...without the FRAP you're screwed. At least I am. I'd sell my blood
 for one at this point. ALSO NOTE -- Michael does NOT use regular bronze
 acoustic strings but rather 0.13 guage D'addario electric strings since the
 electrics put out more signal to the Sunrise pickup.
 
 You can get info on the FRAP from the distributor:
 Trance Audio
 POB 256 
 Santa Cruz, CA 95060
 
 You can get info on Sunrise pickups from:
 Jim Kaufman/Sunrise
 8101 Orion Ave., Unit 19
 Van Nuys, CA 91406
 (818)-785-3428
 Fax (818)-785-9972
 
 
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 After reading a number of posts on transcribing this Hedges piece,
 I decided to get my two cents worth in. I've left out the harmonic
 intro and extro because I think significant discussion has already
 been generated from it. Steve has it pretty much right IMO.
 
 This TAB is based on the studio version of the song. The roadmap 
 seems to be the most efficient way of presenting the sections so 
 they flow alphabetically until otherwise indicated. Thanks to Don
 Ross for this one.
 
 Note: The bass line tempo is not exact! Listen to the record.
 The time signature is missing. Listen to the record.
 When in doubt. Listen to the record.
 
 [Note: tab removed, superceded by next message]
 
 
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 Hi Dean,
 
 I was wondering if you could replace the previous version of Rickover's
 Dream I submitted with this one. I believe I'm right at the end of the 
 file. This one is complete, and according to Chief, 99.5 % correct. His
 assessment after watching MH play this a couple of weeks ago.
 
 Thanks,
 
 Warren Gash
 gashw@crusher.gan.nf.doe.ca
 
 P.S. Please acknowledge receipt since I'm not sure of your address.
 
 (snip)
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 Rickover's Dream - Michael Hedges
 
 Transcription - Warren Gash (gashw@crusher.gan.nf.doe.ca)
 Josh Pincus (jpincus@cyber1.servtech.com) for Sean Maclean
 
 Tuning - CGDGBC
 
 Keycode - (number) - harmonic
 (letter) - section name
 > - slide
 h - hammer on
 p - pull off
 ^ - slap harmonic from full octave higher
 
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------i
 INTRO:
 
 Roadmap - A,A,B,C,C,D,E,E,F,G
 
 Barre 12th fret lightly with Right Hand for Harmonic - All Strings
 
 (A)
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0--------------| 
 |-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0--| 
 |-------------------------2-0------| 
 |----------------------------------| 
 |----------------------------------| 
 |----------------------------------| 
 (B) 
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-2-0-------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-----1-0-------------------------1-0-----------------------------|
 |---------2-0-------------2-0---------2-0---------2-0-------------|
 |-------------2-0-----2-0-----2-0-------------2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|
 |-----------------2-0---------------------2-0-------------2-0-----|
 |-----------------------------------------------------------------|
 (C) 
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0--------------|
 |-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0----------|
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0--------------|
 |-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0--| 
 |-------------------------2-0------|
 |----------------------------------|
 (D)
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-2-0-------------x-0----------------------------------------------|
 |---------------------------------1-0------------------------------|
 |-----2-0-------------2-0-------------2-0---------2-0--------------|
 |---------2-0-------------2-0-----------------2-0-----2-0-----2-0--|
 |-------------2-0-------------2-0---------2-0-------------2-0------|
 |------------------------------------------------------------------|
 
 (D) Right Hand Barre
 |------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-12---------------------------------------------------------------|
 |-12------------------------------12-------------------------------|
 |-12------------------------------12-------------------------------|
 |-12------------------------------12-------------------------------|
 |-12------------------------------12-------------------------------|
 (E) 
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0--------------|
 |-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0----------|
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0--------------|
 |-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0--| 
 |-------------------------2-0------|
 |----------------------------------|
 
 (E) Right Hand Barre
 |----------------------------------|
 |----------------------------------|
 |-12-------------------------------|
 |-12------12-----------------------|
 |-12------12-----------------------|
 |-12------12-----------------------|
 (F)
 h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|-2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|
 |-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----|-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----|
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|-2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|
 |-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----|-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----| 
 |-----------------------------|------------------0------------------|
 |-----------------------------|--------------------------------0----|
 (G) Repeat
 h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|
 |-1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----|
 |-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----| 
 |-------------------------|
 |-------------------------|
 
 (G) Right Hand (not drawn to tempo with 'G')
 stop 'G' ->|
 |----------------------------------------|
 |----------------------------------------|
 |-----------------------------------0----|
 |--------------------------------0--0----|
 |----0-0-0----0-0-0----0-0-0--0--0--0----|
 |----0-0-0----0-0-0----0-0-0--0--0--0--0-|
 
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 MAIN:
 
 Roadmap - H-N 
 H-L,O,N
 H,P,J,K,K,Q
 (H) (I)
 |-7-----(12)--9-----|-7-----(12)--9-----|
 |-5-----(12)--7-----|-5-----(12)--7-----|
 |-5-----(12)--7-----|-5-----(12)--7-----|
 |-5-----(12)--7-----|-5-----(12)--7-----|
 |-------------------|-------------------|
 |-0-0-00----0---0-0-|-0-0-00----0---0-0-|
 (J) ^ ^ ^ ^ 
 |------7------5----5----5-5-------------5-5-----|
 |-7--------5-------6----6-5-------5-----5-5-----|
 |-7--------5-------5----5-5-------5-----5-5-----|
 |-7--------5-------7----7-5-------2-----2-2-----|
 |-7--------5-------5----5-5-----0-2-----2-2-----|
 |-11-11-11-9-9--9s05-5--5-5-5-5-0-2-2-2-2-2-2-02|
 
 
 (K) (L)
 |-0---0---0--0-0-0-0-0--|-0---0----------0-------------------|
 |-1---1---1--1-3-5-3-1--|-1---1---0------------7p0------5p0--|
 |-0---0---0--0-0-0-0-0--|-0---0---0------------8--------6----|
 |-3---3---2--2-3-5-3-2--|-3---3---0------------9--------7----|
 |-3---2---0--0-0-0-0-0--|-3---2--------------0-0---0-00-0----|
 |-3-3-2-2-0-------------|-3-3-2-2>7-7-77-8-88----------------|
 
 
 (M) (N)
 |---------|---0-----7------0-----7-----|
 |-----5---|---1-p0---------1-p0--------|
 |-----5---|---0----7-------0----7------|
 |-----5---|---2-p0---------2-p0--------|
 |-0-0-5---|---0-------0-00-0-------0-0-|
 |-----5-5-|-5>0------------0-----------|
 (O)
 |-------------------------------------------------|
 |---0-1---1-0-3-----(7)-5-----3-----(7)-5-0--5----|
 |---0-2---2-0-4-----(7)-6----4------(7)-6-0--5----|
 |---0-3---3-0-5-----(7)-7---5-------(7)-7-7--5----|
 |-0----0-0------0-0-(7)--0-0----0-0-(7)-0-6--5----|
 |-----------------------------------------6-05-5-5|
 (P)
 |--7---->11->9-----|
 |--5---->9-->7-----|
 |--5---->9-->7-----|
 |--5---->9-->7-----|
 |------------------|
 |--0-0-00-----0-00-|
 (Q) h p h p h p
 |-0-0---0-0---0------2-0-----2-0--|
 |-1-1---1-1---1---p0-----1-0------|
 |-0-0---0-0---0------2-0-----2-0--|
 |-3-3---3-3---2---p0-----2-0------|
 |-3-3---2-2---0-------------------|
 |-3-3-0-2-2-0-0-------------------|
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BRIDGE:
 
 (R) Repeat over and over 
 h p h p h p h p h p h p 
 |-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|
 |-1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----|
 |-----2-0-----2-0-----2-0-|
 |-2-0-----2-0-----2-0-----|





    
    
    

        
            
            
            
        
    
    

    

    

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