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Hamm Stu, Quahogs Anyone Bass tabs (ver.3)

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Quahogs Anyone Bass tabs (ver.3)

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                (Part)
QuaHogs Anyone Part II
			======================
	(Linus & Lucy, Count Zero, Sexually Active, Country Music)

A(1:56)
+------------------|----------------|-------------------|---------------+
|-----5-----5------|----------------|o----5-----5-------|---------------|
|---5-----5--------|---5-7---5-7----|o--5-----5---------|---5-7---5-7---|
+-3-----3--------3-|-3-----3------3-|-3-----3---------3-|-3-----3-----3-+
--'              `---'            `---'               `---'          
  `---

+-121416--161412-14|14-----12-----12|-121416--16--------|---------------+
|-----5-----5------|----------------|-----5-----5-------|---------------|
|---5-----5--------|---5-7---5-7----|---5-----5---------|---5-7---5-7---|
+-3-----3--------3-|-3-----3------3-|-3-----3---------3-|-3-----3-----3-+
--'              `---'            `---'               `---'          
  `---

+-121416--161412-14|14-----12-----12|-12----1414--------|---------------+
|-----5-----5------|----------------|-----8-----8-------|---------------|
|---5-----5--------|---5-7---5-7----|---8-----8---------|---8-10--8-10--|
+-3-----3--------3-|-3-----3------6-|-6-----6---------6-|-6-----6-----3-+
--'              `---'            `---'               `---'          
  `---

+-12----1414-------|----------------|
|-----5-----5------|---------------o|
|---5-----5--------|---5-7---5-7---o|
+-3-----3--------3-|-3-----3------3-|
--'              `---'              Slap:

|--5-5-5-7-----|-12---------12---------12-------12----|
|o-5-5-5-7-----|-12/14-14---12/14-14---12/14-14-12---o|
|o-3-3-3-5-----|-------------------------------------o|
|--------------|-----------------------------------3--|


|--7-7-7---9---|-14---------14---------14-------14----|
|o-7-7-7---9---|-14/16-16---14/16-16---14/16-16-14---o|
|o-5-5-5---7---|-------------------------------------o|
|--------------|--------------------------------------|


|--7-7-7-|--9---------------------------7--7--7--|-9--------------x--|
|--7-7-7-|--9---------------------------7--7--7--|-9----------?--?-x-|
|--5-5-5-|--7------------7----(5)7-5----5--5--5--|-7-----------x----x|
|--------|-----0-0-0---0---0---------------------|----0-0-0--?---x---|


|--7-7-7-|--9-------14-16-21-16-14-21-16-14-16-21-16-14-16-21--7-7-7-|
|--7-7-7-|--9--------------------------------------------------7-7-7-|
|--5-5-5-|--7--------------------------------------------------5-5-5-|
|--------|----0-0-0--------------------------------------------------|

|-9--9--7--------------------------------||
|-9--9--7--------------------------------||
|-7--7--5---4---2------------------------||
|-------------------5----3^--------------||


B(3:00)                                          v 2nd Time
|-------4---4--2--0--2--4--|------4---4--2--0--2(6)~---|
|o-----2-------------------|-----2--------------------o|
|o-------------------------|--------------------------o|
|--0--0--0-----------------|-0--0--0-------------------|

|-------4---4--2--0--2--4--|------4---4--2--0--2--|-----2---3--2--0--2--3|
|------2-------------------|-----2----------------|----0-----------------|
|--------------------------|----------------------|----------------------|
|--0--0--0-----------------|-0--0--0--------------|-3-3--3---------------|

|-----6-6-9-13-9-13-18-13-9-6-9-13-9-13-18-13-9-6-9-13-9-13-18-13-9-6---|
|----9------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-7-7-------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|


|-------2-2-4-------2-2-4-------2-2-4-------2-2-4----|
|o-----2-----------2-----------2-----------2---------|
|o---------------------------------------------------|
|--0--0--------0--0--------0--0--------0--0----------|

|-------2-2-3-------2-2-3-------2-2-3-------2-2-3----|
|------0-----------0-----------0-----------0--------o|
|---------------------------------------------------o|
|--3--3--------3--3--------3--3--------3--3----------|

                             x6
|-----2---2---2---2---2---2---|----2-2-2-2-2-2-2--|--2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2--||
|o------------------0---2----o|-------------------|-------------------||
|o--4---4---4---3------------o|-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4---|-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5---||
|-----------------------------|-------------------|-------------------||
				------=========<

C (3:47)
|--------16---------------16---------------16---------------16---------|
|------14--14-----------14--14-----------14--14-----------14--14-------|
|----14------14-------14------14-------14------14-------14------14-----|
|-12---------------12---------------12---------------12----------------|

|--------14---------------14---------------14---------------14---------|
|------12--12-----------12--12-----------12--12-----------12--12-------|
|----12------12-------12------12-------12------12-------12------12-----|
|-12---------------12---------------12---------------12----------------|

|--------14---------------14---------------14---------------14---------|
|------12--12-----------12--12-----------12--12-----------12--12-------|
|----12------12-------12------12-------12------12-------12------12-----|
|-10---------------10---------------10---------------10----------------|

|--------12---------------12---------------12---------------12---------|
|------10--10-----------10--10-----------10--10-----------10--10-------|
|----10------10-------10------10-------10------10-------10------10-----|
|-10---------------10---------------10---------------10----------------|

|-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
|-----10-------10-------10-------10-|-----12-------12-------12-------12-|
|---10-------10-------10-------10---|---12-------12-------12-------12---|
|-8--------8--------8--------8------|-8--------8--------8--------8------|

|-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
|-----14-------14-------14-------14-|-----16-------16-------16-------16-|
|---15-------15-------15-------15---|---15-------15-------15-------15---|
|-8--------8--------8--------8------|-8--------8--------8--------8------|

|-----12-------12-------12-------12-|-----14-------14-------14-------14-|
|---12-------12-------12-------12---|---14-------14-------14-------14---|
|-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
|-8--------8--------8--------8------|-8--------8--------8--------8------|

|-----17-------17-------17-------17-|-----17-------17------------------||
|---17-------17-------17-------17---|---17-------17--------------------||
|-----------------------------------|----------------------------------||
|-8--------8--------8--------8------|-8--------8--------8--------------||


D(4:10)
|---------|---17---17---17---17-----|---17---17---17---17-----|
|---------|---17---17---17---17-----|---17---17---17---17-----|
|-------2-|-3---------3-------------|-3---------3-------------|
|-3--5----|------3---------3--------|------3---------3--------|

|---14---14---14---14-----|---17---17---17-17---17-----|
|---14---14---14---14-----|---17---17---17-17---17-----|
|------7---------7--------|-3---------3----------------|
|-5---------5-------------|------3------------3--------|

|---14---14---14---14-----|---17---17---17---17-----|
|---14---14---14---14-----|---17---17---17---17-----|
|------7---------7--------|-3---------3----5--------|
|-5---------5-------------|------3------------------|

|---16---16---16---16-----|-------------------------|---||
|---17---17---17---17-----|-------------------------|---||
|------5---------5--------|-----------2--3--------2-|-3-||
|-3---------3-------------|--3--3--5--------3--5----|---||


Here's part two of the Stu Hamm solo from "The Urge". Part one  
should have knocked your tapping into shape. It provides a good warm  
up for this second  part. This jumps about a lot more, running  
through four major themes from the back catalougue with a wider  
range of techniques. The tab here will take you up to the pause at  
4:30. This is an odd place to stop but it's kinda fortunate - by  
that time Stu's realy burnin' and I'm gonna need some time to figure  
the next bit out!


Notes
1.	Section A is the famous Linus & Lucy theme. I've recycled  
Webb's version here [hope you don't mind :-)] to save me the typing.  
In many respects this is a simple theme, but it requires LOTS of  
coordination. The left hand stretch is tough too (return to part one  
and practise those ninths!).

2.	The fill three bars before B simply defeats me! If anyone  
has any ideas I'd love to hear them, but for now I've had to miss it  
out. I figured it was better to post what I had than wait three  
years while I get good enough to work it out.  (The fill in bar 8 of  
section B is also a little dodgy any comments welcome).


3.	Count Zero (section B) will take a bit of work if you  
haven't played what Stu calls "flamenco sweeps" before. They're not  
too difficult, and form the basis of this great riff. The top two  
strings are pop'ed with the index and middle fingers. Get in  
position for these before slapping the bottom E, and then roll the  
wrist to effect the pops. Finish of the motion by hitting the bottom  
E again.

4.	Section C is pretty simple - The E string is played with  
the left hand, while the other strings are tapped by the right.

5.	Finaly we reach the closing theme - "Country Music(A  
_Bass_Solo_ from Hell)"(sic). This has some realy wild bits, but  
fortunatly there's a break before we reach those so I can put them  
of to another day. What we do have here is the basic concept. Left  
hand hammers on a bass line while the right taps out chords. The  
only slightly tricky bit is the run which should be slapped to get a  
good sound.


So there it is! Let me know how you get on with this. Any comments  
would be greatly appreciated [its nice to know you care :-)]. It  
takes time to type this stuff in, so the more feedback I get, the  
more I'm likely to post new tab.

As I've commented previously I also think that if you use this tab  
(print it out, and spend more than 10 minutes looking at it) then  
you should feel obliged to post some of your own tab - it's not that  
difficult, it doesn't have to be anything overly chalenging, and  
it'll do you good to work stuff out for yourself!

Ian Stephenson
            
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