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Cage The Elephant, In One Ear Bass tabs (ver.1)

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In One Ear Bass tabs (ver.1)

Cage The Elephant Tabs
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                Album : Cage the Elephant

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/ slide up
\ slide down
* let ring
h hammer on
p pull off
m mute


I know the tab looks weird because a lot of it is on one string, but it's because you're 
slides for most of the song. Yes you could play it an easier way using the other 
but you won't get the same sound without the slides, so get ready to build up those callouses!

The hammer ons are quick, you don't want a lot of the open string. On the second 14 
going to let it ring for a few seconds before you slowly slide down to 2, strum again when 
get to 2

Intro
G:------------|
D:------------|
A:------------| x1
E:-0h14-14\2--|

G:------------|
D:------------|
A:------------| x8
E:-0h14-14*---|


For this part I use my index finger to fret the 2, and on the slide gradually change 
my index finger to my ring finger so that my ring finger is in place for the 14, and my 
finger is in place for the 12. This makes it a lot easier to stay consisent.

Pre Verse & Verse
G:--------------------------------------------------------|
D:--------------------------------------------------------|
A:---------------------------12---------------------------| x6
E:-2-2/14p12h14--2-2/14p12h14--14--2-2/14p12h14--7-5h7p5--|


Chorus
G:----------------|
D:------------0h2-|
A:----------2-----| x3
E:-2-2--555-------|

G:--------------|
D:--------------|
A:----------222-| x1
E:-2-2--555-----|


Pre Verse & Verse
G:--------------------------------------------------------|
D:--------------------------------------------------------|
A:---------------------------12---------------------------| x6
E:-2-2/14p12h14--2-2/14p12h14--14--2-2/14p12h14--7-5h7p5--|


Chorus
G:----------------|
D:------------0h2-|
A:----------2-----| x3
E:-2-2--555-------|

G:--------------|
D:--------------|
A:----------222-| x1
E:-2-2--555-----|


Pre Bridge
G:--------------------------------------------------------|
D:--------------------------------------------------------|
A:---------------------------12---------------------------| x2
E:-2-2/14p12h14--2-2/14p12h14--14--2-2/14p12h14--7-5h7p5--|


On the second 2 you're going to let it ring for a few seconds before sliding up to the 
On the second 14 you're going to let it ring for a few seconds before muting it.

Bridge
G:-----------------------------------------|
D:-----------------------------------------|
A:-----------------------------------------|
E:-2*--2/14*--12h14*m--12h14--12h14--12h14-| x1

After you hammer on to the 2 from the open string you're going to let it ring for a few 
before sliding up, and then strum when you get to the 14.

G:--------------------------------------|
D:--------------------------------------|
A:--------------------------------------|
E:-12h14-14-12-9-7-5-2*--0h2/14-12h14---| x1

After the 5 you're going to immediately go into the pre-verse. It's just like the part 
but instead of holding the 2 you'll be starting the line of the pre-verse instead.
G:-------------------------------------|
D:-------------------------------------|
A:-------------------------------------|
E:-12h14-12h14-12h14-12h14-14-12-9-7-5-|


Pre Verse & Verse
G:--------------------------------------------------------|
D:--------------------------------------------------------|
A:---------------------------12---------------------------| x6
E:-2-2/14p12h14--2-2/14p12h14--14--2-2/14p12h14--7-5h7p5--|

Chorus
G:----------------|
D:------------0h2-|
A:----------2-----| x7
E:-2-2--555-------|

G:------------------|
D:------------------|
A:----------222-----| x1
E:-2-2--555-----0h2-|
            
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