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Gallows Pole Bass tabs (ver.1)

Led Zeppelin
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"Gallows Pole" Bass-Tab By Led Zeppelin

Off Led Zeppelin III




Well folks as far as I can tell,

there are only 4 parts to this song:



  S  S  S  S S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S

-------------------------------------

-------------------------------------

-------------------------------------

--3--5--3--5-5--5--5--5--3--5--3--5--



 S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S

-----------------------------------

-----------------------------------

-----------------------------------

-5--5--5--5--3--5--3--5--5--5--5--5



This repeats a few times with an

occasional G-D or C-D transition



Then when the "Hangman" chorus

comes in:



 Q  E  S  S  E  S  S  Q   Q  E  S

----------4----------------------

-7--5--7-----------4--5---7------

-------------5--7------------5--7

---------------------------------



  S  Q+  S  S   S  Q    E  S  S

------------4-----------------4--

--4--5---5------5--7----5--7-----

---------------------------------

---------------------------------



 E  S  S  Q  E   S  S   E   S  S

---------------------------------

-------4--5--5---4--2------------

-5--7-------------------5---3--2-

---------------------------------



Then back to the G-A-G-A-G-G-G-G

stuff again





The final part is thrown in at

various parts in the song, and

pretty much dominates the ending:





   E  S  S   S  S  S   S  S  S  S

----------------------------------

---5--4--2------------------------

-------------5--3--2--------------

-----------------------5--3--5--3-



I hope this helps.  It may not be

right, but I think its close to

the actual thing.



Ryan Klein




S= Sixteenth Note

E = Eighth Note

Q = Quarter Note

Q+ = Extended Quarter Note
            
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