Sick as a Dog by Aerosmith Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for Sick as a Dog ukulele chords, you have visit to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Sick as a Dog using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Aerosmith can also be played by that instruments.
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Sick as a Dog chords has rhythm and included in Rocks (1976) album.
You can also get other musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Sick as a Dog by Aerosmith Ukulele Chords


Sick As A Dog(Tyler/Hamilton)
intro-
rhythm figure 1(guitar 1 acoustic)


E--------0---------0------0-------0-------0-----
B-----2---------2------------4p0----------------
G--4---------4---------4------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------

guitar 2(electric w/distortion)


E-----------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------
G--4------------------------9--8--9-------------
D--4------------------------9--8--9-------------
A--2-------------------27-----6--7-------------
E-----------------------------------------------

guitar 2 continued(w/rhy.fig 1)


E--------------- ---------------------- --------------
B---------2----- ---------------------- --------2-----
G--4---4--2----- --4---------9---8---9- --4-----2-----
D--4---4--2--2-- --4---------9---8---9- --4-----2-----
A--2---2-----2-- --2---27-------6---7- --2-----------
E------------0-- ---------------------- --------------

verse/main riff(guitar 2)


E-------------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------------2--2--
G---9-x-9----98--6/8---4---4--x-4----4-4-x-2--2--
D---9-x-9----98--6/8---4---4--x-4----4-4-x-2--2--
A---7-x-7----76--4/6---2---2--x-2----2-2-x-------
E-------------------------------------------------

chorus-
guitar 2- E5-Eb5-B5 E5
guitar 1(w/distortion)


E---------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------2-----------------
A----2--0-----0----------------2--0-----------------------
E----------3-------------------------3--------------------

[E5-Eb5-B5] [E5-Eb5-Db5-B5]


E---------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------2-----------------
A----2--0-----0----------------2--0-----------------------
E----------3-------------------------3--------------------

First solo after 1st chorus:
(full step bends- hit C# note)


E-----------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------12b--12b--12b--12--10--------
G----------------------9--11-------------------------11--9--
D---------------9--11---------------------------------------
A--------9--11----------------------------------------------
E---12------------------------------------------------------

Second solo during bridge part:
Lead in chords before this solo are : B-A
During the solo the chords are: D(4 measures) – C(2 meas.)- B(2 meas.) – E-E-E


E--------------------------------------------15--17--19b--17-15-14-
B----------------------------------15-17-18------------------------
G-------------------------14-16-17---------------------------------
D-----------12-14-15--17-------------------------------------------
A--12-14-15--------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------

(…)


E-----------------------------------------------------------------
B--17-15-13-12-----12---12b-10p--12h--12b-10p-12h-----------17v---
G---------------14------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------------

(I don’t have the rest figured out yet…)
Solo parts transcribed by John O’Neil(joneil@gate.net)
Rhythm parts transcribed by Bryson Meunier(meunier.1@osu.edu) w/ help from John with verification of chords in main riff.

To play the most songs, including Sick as a Dog by Aerosmith by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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