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Angel Tabs (ver.3)

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Angel Tabs (ver.3)

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                (Theme)

Theme from the TV serial "Angel"

Whee! My first tab! This is from the serial "Angel" (yeah, the vampire dude from
Buffy). It's an awesome theme (just as awesome as the theme to Buffy), featuring
percussion and cello. I've transcribed it for guitar, but to get a good tone,
play with a nice crisp overdrive (tons of gain to match the cello's sustain)
with the mid end boosted. Use lots of vibrato on the longer notes, and I mean
LOTS! Keep the vibrato fast, and not too wide, and try to play everything as
smoothly as possible. The timing is not perfect, but is reasonably close. As always,
for the record - to Kapil Thadani - this one's accurate, and it kicks ass!!
So there.

Tuning: standard (E A D G B E)

   Riff A
E||------------------------|---------------------|--------------------|
B||-------------3~---------|---------------------|--------------------|
G||------------------5--4~-|------2--0~----------|--------------------|
D||--2---4---5-------------|----------------4----|--2~-------4~-------|
A||------------------------|---------------------|--------------------|
E||------------------------|---------------------|--------------------|

                         Riff B
E|--------------------||------------------------|--------------------|
B|--------------------||-------------3~---------|--------------------|
G|--------------------||------------------5--4--|---------/11~-------|
D|--5~----------------||--2---4---5-------------|--------------------|
A|-----------3~-------||------------------------|--------------------|
E|--------------------||------------------------|--------------------|

                                                Riff C
E|---------------------|-------------------||-----------------------|
B|---------------------|-------------------||------(7)--(5)(7)--(5)-|
G|--12~-------\5~------|--5~---------------||-----------------------|
D|---------------------|-------------------||-------4~---2--4~---2--|
A|---------------------|-------------------||--2--------------------|
E|---------------------|-------------------||-----------------------|

E|---------------------|-----------------------|------------------||
B|-(7)-----------------|-(7)--(5)(7)-----------|------------------||
G|---------------------|------------------2~---|--5--4~~~~--------||
D|--4----5~------------|--4~---2--4----5-------|------------------||
A|----------------2----|-----------------------|------------------||
E|---------------------|-----------------------|------------------||


Second instrument takes over here with this little fill:
E|------------------|---------------|
B|-----------3------|---------------|
G|----2-0--4---5-4~-|--2--0---------|
D|--4---------------|---------4--2--|
A|------------------|---------------|
E|------------------|---------------|

Riff D
E|------------------------|--------------------|
B|-------------3~---------|--------------------|
G|------------------5--4--|---------/11~-------|
D|--2---4---5-------------|--------------------|
A|------------------------|--------------------|
E|------------------------|--------------------|

E|---------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
B|---------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
G|--12~-------\5~------|--5~---------------|-------------------|
D|---------------------|-------------------|--2~~~~~~~~~~------|
A|---------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
E|---------------------|-------------------|-------------------|

With that last note, the second instrument plays this with heavy vibrato
and fades out:
E|-------------------|
B|--12~~~~~----------|
G|-------------------|
D|-------------------|
A|-------------------|
E|-------------------|

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