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28 Days, Sucker Bass tabs (ver.3)

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Sucker Bass tabs (ver.3)

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                28-Days 
"Sucker" from "Upstyledown"
Written by Damien Gardiner 

Damo's a mad bassist he's my idol as a bass player I was lucky enough
to meet him at Livid 03! Here's how I rekon Sucker goes...cheers.

Standard Tuning
I
Intro
G-------------------------------------------------I
D-------------------------------------------------I
A-------------------------------------------------I
E----2--2----2--2----2--2----2--2-------2/--------I

Verse 
Slapped with the open G poped
G------------0--------------0-------------0---------------------I
D---------------------------------------------------------------I
A---------------------------------------------------------------I
E------2-2-----00-----2-2-----00----2-2-----00--55-33-2---------I

2nd Part of the Verse
Not Slapped
G-----------------------------------------------------I
D-----------------------------------------------------I
A-----------------------------------------------------I
E-----2-2---0-2-2---0-2-2---0-5-5-3-3-3---------------I

Chorus

G--------------------------------------------------------------------------I
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------I
A-------------------------------------2-2-2-2-0-0-0-0-0-2-2-2-2-0-0-0-0-0--I
E-2-2-2-2-0-0-0-0-0-2-2-2-2-0-0-0-0-0--------------------------------------I

Bridge/Outro					
G----------------------I			
D----------------------I
A----------------------I
E---2-3--2-3--0--------I

Bridge Riff 2
G---------------------I
D---------------------I
A---------------------I
E-----2--0--3---------I

The Song orders easy to work out just watch for the change in the
bridge and the verse repeated before the last chorus, Enjoy! MELBOURNE PRIDE!!!
            

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