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94 Hours Bass tabs (ver.2)

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94 Hours Bass tabs (ver.2)

As I Lay Dying
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                My second tab, there are a few good ones up already, but i dont like 
how jumpy they are, like jumping from 3 to seven back to 3 to 5...meh, 
i like this way a little better, same notes, played a little 
diffrently...here it goes


Intro Part 1:
play this following the drums, this song has alot of drum following so 
dont follow the guitar completely, keep in mind though, this part 
follows both, and btw this part is played kind of fast, listen to the 
song for timing...

F|---------------------------------------------------------|
C|----2-3-2-0----3-3-3-2-2-2-0----2-3-2-0----3-3-3-2-2-2-0-|
G|---------------------------------------------------------|
C|---------------------------------------------------------|

Intro Part 2/Verse:
This part is played almost souly on the guitar, so easy timing, since 
this is bass and more for rythem than tone, i dont see fit to use the 
pull offs that the guitar uses, its an effect that the bass dosent show 
when backing a guitar, so here is my way of playing this bit...

F|---2---0--------------2---0------------|
C|-3---3---3-2h3p2-0--3---3---2-2-2-2-0--|
G|---------------------------------------|
C|---------------------------------------| x4

Breakdown Part 1:
No guitar following once so ever in this part, pay close attention to 
the double bass kicks, because in this part that is what you follow. 
Reason why, the pinch harmonics and the little upside down type chords 
are meant to sound like they are,somewhat high pitched, so why 
complement them with bass?, that would throw off the song...so heres 
what to play

F|--------|-------------------|
C|--------|-------------------|
G|--------|-------------------|
C|-0~---0-|-00000----00000----| x4

Breakdown Part 2:
Once again follow the double bass kicks, which in this part is also 
following guitar but dont go by the tab as much as the bass drum on the 
song

F|-----------------------|
C|-----------------------|
G|-----------------------|
C|-00000----00000---12/0-|

F|--------------| For this part i am not saying how many times fore i
C|--------------| havent a clue, just play it by ear, its a breakdown,
G|--------------| its hard to put rythem in a tab, so figure it out, 
C|-00000-00000--| im sure you probaly have on your own by now...

Verse 2:
Same as verse 1


F|---2---0--------------2---0------------|
C|-3---3---3-2h3p2-0--3---3---2-2-2-2-0--|
G|---------------------------------------|
C|---------------------------------------| x4

Bridge:
Follows guitar here but still a little on the drums for rythem

F|------------------------------|
C|-------2-3-3-5-5-5-3-2--------|
G|-----------------------5-4----|
C|-0-0-0------------------------| x4

Follows guitar here as well, but only guitar

F|------------------------|
C|------------------------|
G|------------------------|
C|-0~--0~--8~--10~--7~----| x2

Follows guitar here also, but the bass kick is there aswell

F|-----------------------------------|
C|-----------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------|
C|-000--000-000--888--101010--777----| x4

And finnaly end on

F|----|
C|----|
G|----|
C|-0~-|
            
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