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Come Together Bass tabs (ver.8)

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Come Together Bass tabs (ver.8)

Beatles
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                Other versions of this song were great, but I didn't think they were perfect. I took the 
time to tab everything out myself, even the smallest of note hits. The time is kept at 
the bottom for those who want to know the timing and when to hit the notes.


MAIN RIFF/VERSE:

G|----------------10----------------------|
D|-0----0------------------------12/------|
A|-----------10\12------------------------| X8
E|----------------------------------------|
   1    +    2    +    3    +    4    +


PRE-CHORUS:

G|------------------------|------------------------|---------|---------|
D|----------10------------|----------10------------|---------|---------|
A|-0--0--------------12/--|-0--0--------------12/--|---------|---------|
E|------------------------|------------------------|-3-------|---------|
   1  +  2  +  3  +  4  +   1  +  2  +  3  +  4  +   1+2+3+4+  1+2+3+4+


[VERSE]
[PRE-CHORUS]


CHORUS:

G|-------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------|
E|-7--7--7--7--7--7--5--5--3--3--3--3\-5-----------|
   1  +  2  +  3  +  4  +  1  +  2  +  3  +  4  +


           G|-------------------10----------10h12-10h12-10---|
[Main      D|-0-----0----------------------------------------|
 Riff] X3  A|-------------10\12------------------------------|
           E|------------------------------------------------|
              1     +     2     +     3     +     4     +


[MAIN RIFF] X4
[PRE-CHORUS]
[CHORUS]


          G|----------------10-------------10-12----|
 [Main    D|-0----0---------------------------------|
  Riff]   A|-----------10\12------------------------|
          E|----------------------------------------|
             1    +    2    +    3    +    4    +


GUITAR SOLO:

G|-----------------|      G|-----------------|
D|-----------------|      D|-----------------|
A|-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-| X4   A|-----------------| X4
E|-----------------|      E|-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-|
   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +           1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +


         G|-------------------10h12p10h12-10h12p12--------|
[Main    D|-0-----0---------------------------------------|
 Riff]   A|-------------10\12-----------------------------|
         E|-----------------------------------------------|
            1     +     2     +     3     +     4     +


[MAIN RIFF] X4
[PRE-CHORUS]
[CHORUS]


           G|-------------------10----------------12-10-12---|
[Main      D|-0-----0----------------------------------------|
 Riff] X3  A|-------------10\12------------------------------|
           E|------------------------------------------------|
              1     +     2     +     3     +     4     +


OUTRO:

You could play this until the fadeout...

G|-------------------------|
D|-------------------------|
A|-5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--|
E|-------------------------|
   1  +  2  +  3  +  4  +

...or if you want a little change or get bored of hitting the same note over and over 
again you can hit, bend, or slide to that note from 'C#'...

G|---------------------|
D|---------------------|
A|4h5----4b5----4\5----|
E|---------------------|

The change is almost unnoticeable, but its there in the song. Just play around with 
different combinations of those two notes, as long as the 'D' is on the down-beat and the 
most prominent of the two.

Also, at the very end right before the fadeout, somewhere around the 4:06 mark, there's this...

G|------------------10----------------------------10---------------------|
D|-----------------------12/5--------------------------12/5--------------|
A|-4h5---...---5\12-----------5----5----5----5/12-----------5----5--...--|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
         ...   ^    +    ^    +    ^    +    ^    +    ^    +    ^  ...

And I think it gets repeated two more times during the actual fadeout.
            
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