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Crazy Horse Mongoose Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Crazy Horse Mongoose Bass tabs (ver.1)

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New Orleans Funk and Soul!


*Note*
I'm not going to add the little quirks that are normally played in the head at the end 
the line because you should really learn to improvise them.  Improvisation is the key to 
a good bassist.  This will get you started with the backbone of the song though!  Happy Thumping.


HEAD:

G|-----7---5------------------------------7---5--------------------------|
D|------------5--7--7-7-------------------------5--7--7-7----------------|
A|--5-------------------------3-3-4-4---5------------------3-3-4-4-------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

BRIDGE:

G|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--5------5-------3-4--5-------5-----3-4--5--------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------|


BREAK:
Continue this until you go back to the Head.  All this riff is, is the Head down a whole 

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


Outro: (After Sax Solo)


G|--------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------|
A|-----0--1--2--3---5--5-5-5-5-5-5-5----------|
E|--3-----------------------------------------|

[dd]dentlessdave
            
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