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Unwind Tabs (ver.1)

Green River
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This is my first Green River tab, I came up with it all by myself(no bull***).
I havent tabbed any solo's, but its in G Major all the time i think.

Intro:
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|2b--------------------2b---------------------2b--------------------2b-------|
|2b---2---0\1----------2b---2---0\1-----------2b---2---0\1----------2b--2----|
|2b--------------------2b---------------------2b--------------------2b-------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------3--0------------------3--0-------------------3--0------------|


--------4------3------2------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------|
-0---\4---4-/3---3-/2----1---1--2--3--4----/12-|
-----------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------|

Intro verse, Blues-tempo("..come on over to my place..."):

This is the rhythm part, the lead part is just soloing in the G Major scale.

Palm mute every chord/tone exept the * chord and the hammers on(2\4).
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------2-----------------2-----------------2-----------------------2----|
|-2-2--2\4--2--2-2--2-2--2\4--2--2-2--2-2--2\4--2--2-2--2-2-4-2-5-2-2\4-2----|
|-0-0--0----0--0-0--0-0--0----0--0-0--0-0--0----0--0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0-0---0----|
            *                 *                 *                       *

--------|
--------|
--------|
------2-|
-2\4--2-|
-0----0-|
      *
After sometimes of playing this, they just let loose and just play some E power chords,
and some small licks.


Verse, Fast rock-tempo:
|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|
|------0----------0-----0-----------------|
|--4/2----4/2/4/2---4/2----4-2--------2---|
|0------------------------------54545---5-|


Chorus, same tempo("..unwind, unwind..":
|-------------------------------|
|-------------------------------|
|4-4----------4--5-5---------5-5|
|4-4--4--5-5--4--5-5----3-3--5-5|
|2-2--4--5-5--2--3-3----3-3--3-3|
|-----2--3-3------------1-1-----|

The last chorus/choruses is like this.
|---------------------|
|---------------------|
|4-------5---------5-5|
|4---5---5---3-3---5-5|
|2---5---3---3-3---3-3|
|----3-------1-1------|

This is the last riff, it is played at the end of the middle and at the end/with solo:

Rhythm part
|--------------------------------------------|
|-12--12-12---12-----------------------------|
|-12--12-12---12-----------------------------|
|-12--12-12---12-----------------------------|
|--------------7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-|
|--------------0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-|

Lead part:
|----------------------------------------|
|-12--12-12---12--9--7\9--9--7\9--9--7\9-|
|-12--12-12---12--9--7\9--9--7\9--9--7\9-|
|-12--12-12---12-------------------------|
|----------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------|


Thats the song, im not sure about how many times and when exactly everything is played
but just listen to the song once, before you play it and itll be just fine.
            
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