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One Step Behind Tabs (ver.1)

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One Step Behind Tabs (ver.1)

Briggs
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                Submitted by Alex Clement

I thought that this was like a massively tight song for its
instrumentals and one of the best by one of my favorite bands
THE BRIGGS. No one had tabbed them yet so I thought that 
I would put in the right one. This is mostly the intro but it shows
what to do for the rest of the song. ***and its right, I figured it 
out by myself.

Standard tunning*
e
B
G
D
A
E

The four main chords are G, D, Em, and C

G
-320033-
D
-xx0232
Em
-022000-
C
-032020-

The chorus and the intro are the same with the pattern of
G, D, Em, C, I’m sure you can figure out the timing.

The solo that comes in for the intro a few beats into the song is:

e------------------------------------------------------|
B-------12-15-13-12---------12--------------------15---|
G-12-14---------------12–14-----14-12-11s9s11h12-------|
D------------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------------|

e------------------------------------------------------|
B-13p12-----12-13-15-15-15-13p12-13p12-----------------|
G-------14-------------------------------14-12----12-14|
D------------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------------|

e--------------------------------------|
B-12-13-12-13-12--------12-------------|
G------------------14-12-----14-12-----|
D--------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------|

When the bridge comes in (“one step behind”) , just play: 
G, D, G     G, D, G

After the second or third chorus, the little over lead goes:

e--------------|
B----15-13-12--|
G-12-----------|
D--------------|
A--------------|
E--------------|
            
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