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Bauhaus, Silent Hedges Tabs (ver.2)

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Silent Hedges Tabs (ver.2)

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                Silent Hedges  ----Bauhaus


Let all notes ring...

------0---0----------0---0----------0---0----------0---0--  Riff 1...
----0---0----------0---0----------0---0----------0---0----  overdubbed a 
----------------------------------------------------------  bunch of times
--2------------2-1------------1-2------------2-1----------  w/extra notes
                                                            overdubbed

Repeat this a bunch of times over the 1st verse....Vary the picking at the
end of the 3rd line and then.....

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------2-2-2-2-2-2-2- Do this right before:
------0-0-0-0-0-0-0- "Works of art with a minimum of steel."
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Repeat Riff 1 a couple times and on the "Pure Sensation...The beatiful
downgrade" part do this:

--7-7-7-------6-6-6---   a few times and then let the first chord ring
--7-7-7-------6-6-6---   out right before the bas jumps in with the 
--6-6-6-------5-5-5---   distorted riff....
--9-9-9-------8-8-8---
--9-9-9-------8-8-8---
--7-7-7-------6-6-6---

--0-0-0--  Then hit Em repeatedly during the bass riff....then go back to
--0-0-0--  Riff 1...repeat the riffs for the verse and chorus....I don't 
--0-0-0--  know the notes for the little solo off hand....anybody?
--2-2-2--  
--2-2-2--
--0-0-0--

Well, that's the way I play it, anyway.  I think there might be a little
delay (and a lot of overdubbing) on the main riff, so play around with it.
The riffs are real easy to put together if you know the song, but they 
might vary a bit......please post if you play it differently, or if you
            
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