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H8 2 Say I T0ld U S Tabs (ver.1)

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H8 2 Say I T0ld U S Tabs (ver.1)

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                I’m quite proud of this tab, I worked hard on it and I even got a bit of the bass line in there, as well as both guitars. OK, gear!
Guitar 1 (this is all based on the live performance not the video) is a modified telecaster that only has one, bridge single coil pickup.
Guitar 2 is apparently an SG of some sort with two open humbucker pickups. Dunno what setting it’s on.

INTRO
Guitar 1
E |
B |
G |                       10 10 10
D | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 10 10 10  x 8   8 8 8 |
A | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 8  8  8   x 8   8 8 8 |
E | 10 10 10 x 8  8  8  x           x 6   6 6 6 | 
Guitar 2 rest

Guitar 1
E |
B |
G |                       10 10 10
D | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 10 10 10  x 8   8 8 8 |
A | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 8  8  8   x 8   8 8 8 |
E | 10 10 10 x 8  8  8  x           x 6   6 6 6 | 
Guitar 2
E |
B |
G 
D | 12 
A | 12 
E | 10 (let ring) 

Both Guitars
E |
B |
G |                       10 10 10
D | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 10 10 10  x 8   8 8 8 |
A | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 8  8  8   x 8   8 8 8 |
E | 10 10 10 x 8  8  8  x           x 6   6 6 6 | 

There’s a tiny fill part here where Guitar 1 plays the opening chord for a few bars on his own with some bizarre guitar effect that makes it sound like a robotic duck quacking. Don’t ask me what the heck it is, but you can just play it normally or something.

Verse
Both Guitars
E |
B |
G |                       10 10 10
D | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 10 10 10  x 8   8 8 8 |
A | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 8  8  8   x 8   8 8 8 |
E | 10 10 10 x 8  8  8  x           x 6   6 6 6 | 

Chorus
Both Guitars
E |
B |
G |
D | 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 |
A | 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 |
E | 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 |

 Guitar 1
E |
B |
G |                                      10 10 10
D | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 10 10 10  x 8   8 8 8 |
A | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 8  8  8   x 8   8 8 8 |
E | 10 10 10 x 8  8  8  x           x 6   6 6 6 | 
Guitar 2
E |
B |
G 
D | 12 
A | 12 
E | 10 (let ring) 

Bridge
Here is a little bass guitar fill with the singer, follows same notes:
G |
D |
A |                8 8 8             
E | 10 10 0 8 8 8 0      0 6 6 6 6 

Then the guitars come back in:
Both Guitars
E |
B |
G 
D | 12   12   12   12   12   12   12   12
A | 12   12   12   12   12   12   12   12
E | 10   10   10   10   10   10   10   10 

E |
B |
G |                       10 10 10
D | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 10 10 10  x 8   8 8 8 |
A | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 8  8  8   x 8   8 8 8 |
E | 10 10 10 x 8  8  8  x           x 6   6 6 6 | 
Guitar 2
E |
B |
G |
D | 12 
A | 12 
E | 10 (let ring) 

End
Guitar 1
E |
B |
G |                       10 10 10
D | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 10 10 10  x 8  8  8  8 
A | 12 12 12 x 10 10 10 x 8  8  8   x 8  8  8  8 
E | 10 10 10 x 8   8  8   x         x 6  6  6  6 
Guitar 2
E |15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 
B |
G |
D |  
A | 
E |
            
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