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Triad Tabs (ver.1)

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Triad Tabs (ver.1)

Pitchshifter
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                "Triad" by Pitch Shifter

tuning - high to low DAFCGD (down 1 whole step)

these riffs are most of the song: there are a few slight variations,
but they're pretty obvious and easy to figure out.


intro riff    (palm muting)
d |----------------------------------|
A |----------------------------------|
F |----------------------------------|
C |----------------------------------|
G |-2-2---2---2---2---2-8---8---8----|
D |-0-0---0---0---0---0-6---6---6----|
pm  . .   .   .   .   .


main riff
d |----------------------------------|
A |----------------------------------|
F |----------------------------------|
C |---------------7------------------|
G |-2-2---2-8-----5-------5---4---5--|
D |-0-0---0-6---0-----0---3---2---3--|
pm  . .   .     .     .


these are played over the main riff; you can figure out the timing
d |------------|------------|
A |------------|-7/\/\/\----| <-- bend the cr*p out of this note
F |-7---7------|------------|     to get that strange high noise
C |-5---5------|------------|
G |------------|------------|
D |------------|------------|


bass - main riff
F |----------------------------------|
C |----------------------------------|
G |---------------5------------------|
D |-0-0---0-6---0-----0---3---2---3--|

those strange noises you hear in the background are samples. forget
about playing them.
the song ends with a low D chord over the main bass riff.
            
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