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Brackish Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Brackish Bass tabs (ver.1)

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                Arranged for a four string Drop D tuning transposed down 
one whole step (low to high  C G C F)

       PRE CHORUS
  [---------------------------]
  [---------------------------]  Repeat 8 times (until verse)
  [---------------------------]
  [--0h1--0h1--0h1--0h1-/6--6-]




                     VERSE
     she    is          not          scared    . . .
  [--------------------------------------------------]
  [--------------------------------------------------]  repeat 4 times
  [--------------------------------------------------]
  [--0---0---8---0---0r---------0---0---8---0---0----]




       CHORUS
  [---------------------------]
  [---------------------------]   Repeat 8 times
  [---------------------------]
  [--0h1--0h1--0h1--0h1-/-6-6-]



      Then repeat verse  4 times

      Then repeat chorus  8 times*

*On the last time of the chorus hold the last note and the slide from
the sixth fret to the first and into the first breakdown (like so)
                               
[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
[-0h1--0h1--0h1--0h1-/-6--6r--\--1-0--1-0--1-0--1-0--1-0--1-0--1-0--]


      Then repeat chorus  8 times (hold last note)
             

                Second Breakdown
[-------------------------------------------------------]
[-------------------------------------------------------]   repeat 4 times
[------3------------3-3r--------3-------------3-0-3/5---]
[--0-------0r--0--0--------0------0----0--0-------------]


      Then drum solo

      Then repeat chorus 20 times and fade


That's it, awesome song

h= hammer on
r= let note ring or hold note
/= slide up to the next note
\= slide down to next note
            
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