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Dos Tabs (ver.1)

Chevelle
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Written by Pete Loeffler


Tuning (l to h): DADGBe Playing 

Notes: The bridge is complicated. He playes some notes sometimes and
not others. I tabbed out all the notes that are only played sometimes in
parentheses, mess with it to your liking. Basically, the rule to follow is
that when the octaves are played, the bass notes aren't, and vice versa.
Key: *=10 fret #=11 fret ()= optional note Verse Chords
e:--- ---    ---
B:--- ---    ---
G:--- -2-    ---
D:-4- -0- or -2-    Note: i can't decide which sounds better
A:-2- -0-    -0- 
D:-0- -0-    -0-   

Chorus 
  G5  F5  Bb5 A5
e:--- --- --- ---
B:(8) (6) (#) (*)
G:-7- -5- -*- -9-
D:-5- -3- -8- -7-
A:-5- -3- -8- -7-
D:-5- -3- -8- -7- 

G5  D5  F5  A5
    ---
    -3-
    -2-
    -0-
    -0-
    -0- 

Second Verse
continues playing chorus chords. 

Bridge (this was NOT fun to tab out so if its a bit off, oh well) (It alternates between the chorus chords and this bit, see playing notes for
more info.) 

e:-------------------------------------------------------
B:----------(8)(*)---------------------(*)(8)(8)-(8)(8)--
G:----------(x)(x)-(x)(x)(x)-----------(x)(x)(x)-(x)(x)--
D:-5--5-5-5--5--7---7--7--7---3--3-3-3--7--5--5---5--5---
A:-5--5-5-5-(5)(5)-(5)(5)(5)--3--3-3-3-(3)(3)(3)-(3)(3)--
D:-5--5-5-5-(5)(5)-(5)(5)(5)--3--3-3-3-(3)(3)(3)-(3)(3)-- 

e:------------------------------------------------------------
B:----------(*)(#)-(#)(#)(#)-----------(*)(#)-(#)(#)(*)(*)(*)-
G:----------(x)(x)-(x)(x)(x)-----------(x)(x)-(x)(x)(x)(x)(x)-
D:-8--8-8-8--7--8---8--8--8---7--7-7-7--7--8---8--8--7--7--7--
A:-8--8-8-8-(8)(8)-(8)(8)(8)--7--7-7-7-(7)(7)-(7)(7)(7)(7)(7)-
D:-8--8-8-8-(8)(8)-(8)(8)(8)--7--7-7-7-(7)(7)-(7)(7)(7)(7)(7)- 

Outro

e:----------
B:----------
G:---------- a few times, then verse chords...
D:-0-0-0~~~-
A:-2-2-2~~~-
D:-0-0-0~~~-
            
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