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Line Of Fire Tabs (ver.1)

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Line Of Fire Tabs (ver.1)

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                 Intro         Line of fire  guitarist: Neil Schon            

e-------------|
b-------------|                             ^bend
g-------------|
d-7-7-7-8-8-8-|
a-5-5-5-6-6-6-|
E-------------|

On this part its got a jazz feel to it a bounce basicly hit an open e after every note

e--------------------------|--------------------|
b--------------------------|--------------------|
g--------------------------|--------------------|  MAIN RIFF
d--------------------------|--------------------|
a---7--5--4--5--4--2-------|--7-5-5-4-4-2-------|
E-00--0--0--0--0--0--0-3-0-|-0---0---0---0-3-0--|x2

then do the same thing but on the a and d strings to make it higher x2

Chrous

e second time into it do a pickslide after B
b
g
d-4-4---------------------------5-------5- A chord
a-2-2 let it ring for a measure-3-3  X2-3-
E---------------------------------5


Intro

(main riff) 
e--------------------------|--------------------|
b--------------------------|--------------------|
g--------------------------|--------------------|  MAIN RIFF
d--------------------------|--------------------|
a---7--5--4--5--4--2-------|--7-5-5-4-4-2-------|
E-00--0--0--0--0--0--0-3-0-|-0---0---0---0-3-0--|x2


after the first time u do
the part above high theres
a fill

(fill)

e----------------------------------|
b----------------------------------|
g-4^-4-2---------------------------|
d-------4^-4-2---------------------|
a-------------4^-4-2---------------|
E-------------------3p-to-0--------|


(chorus)

(intro)

(solo) sorry couldnt figure the middle part of it out he starts to fly

(Intro)

MAIN RIFF with fill again

(chorus)

(intro)


Im only 12 so this is my first tab so hope you like it
            
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