Point taken, Ubik. However, if you wish to impart a bit of soul to this piece, (which is my favourite version of S F), you might play the piece as written... ie. holding the D on the 5th string down as opposed to using the open D version as you have suggested. First, the D can easily be held down and therefore be "rung" past the length of the bar. As well, strong vibrato can be applied to this D at the same time. Also the 5th string D,adds a mellow nuance to its sound, being heavier than the 4th string. - Whatever your preferrence I guess.Ubik wrote:Thanks,nice arrangement. Slight correction: in the 2nd bar (also 4th last bar) the D is played using the open string in the TAB compared to the 5th string/ fret in the score; makes a difference if you want the note to ring on for the duration of the bar.